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Articles from the January 19, 2022 edition

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Sidney Middle/Senior High School Monthly Performance Award Program

The Monthly Performance Award acknowledges other criteria as well as achievement. These criteria are: 1. Superior academic performance, (or), dramatic improvement of classroom work, G.P.A. or attitude...

 

City Assists Table of Grace See Their Vision

It started as a dream based on need, and now includes the City of Sidney. Table of Grace is a food pantry and thrift store located on Alvarado Street in Sidney. It's primary focus is to offer food to...

 

Sidney School Board Reorganizes for 2022

The Cheyenne County School District No. 1 Board of Education met Jan. 10 with much of its agenda focused on organizing for the 2022 year. The board voted Mike Palmer as the new president, and Brenda...

 

Service in Crisis

HASTINGS – With two nurses out sick in early December, charge nurse Osa Brooks found herself scrambling to care for 28 patients. With only one floor nurse available, employees from other units...

 

Blustery Downtown

Winds brought tumbleweeds into downtown Sidney recently while weeds in the background were bent almost horizontal. The winds from the north and west made walking in downtown Sidney a challenge last...

 

City Council Approves Liquor Licenses, First Reading Rezoning Requests

The Sidney City Council approved two liquor license applications and two zoning applications in its Jan. 11 meeting. The council approved liquor license for Beans and Steams Coffee House, LLC and...

 

Lorelei 'Lori' L. Bartling

Lorelei “Lori” L. Bartling, age 56, of Sidney, passed away Tuesday, January 11, 2022 in Greeley, CO. Memorial services will be held at 10:30 A.M. Tuesday, January 18, 2022 at the Holy Trinity...

 

Beverly June Marshall

April 10, 1938 – December 30, 2021 (Age 83) Beverly June (Engelland) Marshall, 83 years, of Loveland, Colorado was welcomed by her Lord and Savior on December 30, 2021 at Riverbend Health & Rehabili...

 

Dwight Kendall Pruss

Dwight Kendall Pruss, 71, born December 24, 1950 in Alamosa, CO to Carl and Evelyn (Hof) Pruss, ran into the arms of Jesus on Jan 14, 2022, surrounded by his daughters. Dwight married Deanne...

 

Boom!

In the southwest Pacific Ocean, the Hunga Tonga volcano erupted on Saturday. This ordinarily wouldn’t be a big news story because the same volcano erupted in 2009, 2014 and has been rumbling since D...

 

Present Shock, Lulled to Sleep

I’m not sure if it is age, or seeing some of the lessons in classrooms past. It impresses me that some of my high school and college history classes went against modern perception, telling accounts...

 

Not Right

Here’s a short story to illustrate a dangerous trend being foisted on America. Hesitatingly he walked into the Java Shoppe. His downcast eyes refused to make contact with the patrons. Trying not to...

 

Should Inflation Affect Your Investment Moves?

As you know, inflation heated up in 2021, following years of pretty stable – and low – numbers. And now, early in 2022, we’re still seeing elevated prices. As a consumer, you may need to adjust your activities somewhat, but as an investor, how...

 

Reaching for the Star

Before we leave the wonder of Christmas behind us for another year, I’d like us to think one more time about the Wise Men who followed the star to the Christ-child.   An early leader of the Christian church, Pope Leo the Great, once wrote this,...

 

Nebraska Corn Fertilizer Price Concerns Elevated Following Release of New Report

LINCOLN – Nebraska Corn Board (NCB) and Nebraska Corn Growers Association (NeCGA) – collectively known as “Nebraska Corn” – are crying foul after researchers at Texas A&M University released an economic analysis suggesting pending tariffs...

 

Funding Available for Farmers to Establish Soil Health Demonstration Projects

LINCOLN – The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service  is continuing an effort to enhance the adoption of soil health practices through the establishment of Soil Health Management Demonstration Projects....

 

Straight Talk From Steve: ARPA Funds

Nebraska’s economy has weathered the COVID-19 pandemic better than any other state in the Union. According to Politico’s State Pandemic Response Scorecard, Nebraska’s economy ranks first in the...

 

Alex Haley and 'Roots'

Roots, the television miniseries, aired over eight nights, from Sunday, January 23, through Sunday, January 30, in 1977, forty-five years ago. It proved wildly successful, despite ABC executives...

 

Sidney Middle School Honor Roll

8th Grade Straight A Honor Roll Quarter 2 2021-2022 Tristan Bayne, Callie Bondegard, Alexandria Cagle, Reece Currier, Alek Doty, Katie Dowse, Olivia Ford, Chloe Fortner, Khemi Green, Kennedy Hobson, Bryn Jones, Dagen Lee, Gracie Lefferts, Amelia...

 

Sidney High School Honor Roll

Straight A, Quarter 2 12th Grade DANIEL JACOB BASHTOVOI, ANABEL KARIN BURMESTER, JONATHAN CARRILLO, MITCHELL JAMES DEER, HANNAH ERNST, JOHN BRUCE FORTNER, WYATT TYLER HECKENLIVELY, TREYSON TUCKER JOHNSTONE,RISHI KRISHNA, ERIKA FAITH MEAKINS,...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    January 19, 2022

Three Big Wins for Lady Raiders

Sidney’s Lady Raider Basketball team got back on the winning track after losing to Oakland Craig last Saturday at the Nebraska Girls Basketball Showcase in Kearney, winning all three games on their...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    January 19, 2022

Red Raiders Take Two Out Of Three

Sidney's Red Raider Boy's Basketball team had another busy week with three games, and won two out of three to continue their success and raise their record to 12-and-3 on the year. The week started...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    January 19, 2022

Red Raider Grapplers Beat Bridgeport

Go 3-2 At Gothenburg It was Senior Night on Tuesday, and the Sidney Red Raider Wrestling teams hosted Bridgeport for a Dual. The action started with the girls team, with Ciena McKenzie at 120lbs...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    January 19, 2022

Potter-Dix' Coyotes Fall To Kimball's Warriors, 64-61

The Potter-Dix Coyotes Boys Basketball team had a busy week with three games, and came out of the stretch with two wins. Their record improves to 9-and-2 as they enter the MAC Tournament this week as...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    January 19, 2022

Storm Collects First Win Of the Season

Creek Valley's Storm Boys Basketball team has struggled so far this year, going winless through the first five weeks of the season. On Thursday they traveled to Paxton to match up with the Tigers,...

 

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