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Articles from the January 19, 2023 edition

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 By Joshua Wood    News    January 19, 2023

Mayor Appointed to Housing Authority Board

The Sidney City Council unanimously appointed Mayor Brad Sherman to serve on the Sidney Housing Authority Board at their January 10 meeting. Prior to the appointment, the council discussed the goal...

 
 By Joshua Wood    News    January 19, 2023

Sidney makes 'mini' transactions for departments

The Sidney City Council approved expenditures for two different vehicles during their January 10 meeting. One will help reduce costs for the public transportation department while the other will...

 

Local Fab Five Participate in Honor Choir

On Monday January 9th, five Creek Valley High School students were among the nearly 250 students from across Nebraska that participated in the annual Vocal Festival held at Doane University. Pictured...

 
 By Joshua Wood    News    January 19, 2023

Water we looking at here?

Sidney City Council discussed two engineering bids for the wastewater treatment facility on January 10. Most notable to the governing body was the discrepancy between the two bids, with one ten times that of the other. In December 2022, the City of...

 

The Last Open Door

We have read, been told and heard through the grapevine that our local government entities are nefariously "keeping stuff secret." For the most part, they're not. One of the last great freedoms people...

 

Rules Hearing

This year I was elected chair of the Rules Committee. At the beginning of each biennial session of the Nebraska Legislature new rule changes get proposed by State Senators and so it becomes the job...

 

Profiles in Courage

John F. Kennedy served in the U. S. Congress for fourteen years, from 1947 until 1960. Born in Brookline, Massachusetts, JFK was first elected to the House of Representatives in 1946, and he stayed th...

 

Delta Dawn When the Light Comes On: Week Two

"Where two or three are gathered in My Name, there I am in the midst of you." Matthew 18:19. No matter the question or circumstance, the answer is in the Bible. Make it first and final Authority!...

 

Sidney High School Honor Roll Students

Quarter 2 STRAIGHT A HONOR ROLL 4.0 12th Grade ALLEN, GAVIN COLE CORTNEY, JESSE ROBERT DYKSTRA, RHEO SUZANNE GANESAN, KRISHNARAJ GLANZ, AUSTIN JAMES GURR, ASPEN HARDIN, RILEY PATRICK LINDEN, RACHEAL SAPHIRRE RIDDLE, REESE ANN ROBINSON, SPENCER JAMES...

 

Sidney Middle School Honor Roll Students

Straight A Honor Roll 8th Grade Emily Bashtovoi Jenessa Bruner Aastha Chaudhari Jaici Christensen Laurel Dadgostar Parker Dickman Rhys Dorcey Samara Dyson Valerie Fiscus Dan Grunig Madison Gurr Jamisyn Gusman Greyson Hashman Jayden Hodgson Kyle...

 

Creek Valley Schools Names New Board Members

Creek Valley swore in two new board members; Luke Hanson and Deann Speirs recited their oaths at the beginning of the meeting. They are replacing Roger Hodges and Vickie Brown. CV Board Members...

 

Delores M. Kurz

Delores M. Kurz, age 93, a lifelong resident of Sidney, passed away at her son, Robert Kurz, Jr.'s home in Sidney on Monday, January 9, 2023. A private family graveside is planned for later in the...

 

Karen J. Rehmer

Karen J. Rehmer, age 85, long-time resident of Sidney, passed away peacefully in the early morning, Wednesday, January 11, 2023 at Sidney Regional Medical Center. She had entered the hospital just...

 

Eloise Eileen Ellis Wilson

Eloise Eileen Ellis Wilson, 94, of Loveland, CO and a longtime Sidney, NE resident, passed away Sunday, January 8, 2023, in her home at Lakeview Commons with her family by her side. Eloise was born...

 

SERVICE NOTICE

Elizabeth Jensen Jacobs, 89, passed away at Wayne UNC Health Care on Saturday, January 7, 2023. Born in Peetz, Colorado, she was the daughter of the late Jens and Laura Jensen. A memorial service will be held on Monday, January 16 at Pine Forest...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    January 19, 2023

Lady Raiders Notch Three More Wins

Sidney's Lady Raider Basketball team continued their strong play over the past week, taking down Mitchell and North Platte on the road and Ogallala at home. The three wins improved the team's record...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    January 19, 2023

Tough Week For Red Raider Cagers

Sidney Red Raider Boy's Basketball team has had a very strong start to the 2022-23 season, chock full of big wins and jumping out to an 8-and-2 record. But the Sidney squad had a rough past week,...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    January 19, 2023

Lady Coyotes Take First-Round Loss In MAC Tourney

A week that started with a big win for the Lady Coyotes ended with three straight losses and a first-round defeat in the MAC Tournament on Monday, dropping the Lady Coyotes to 3-and-8 on the season....

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    January 19, 2023

Coyotes Survive Kimball Scare, Fall To Leyton

Potter-Dix's Coyote Boys Basketball team has been dominant so far this year, but if it has a weakness, it is a tendency to build a lead and let opponents rally back during the second half. Last...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    January 19, 2023

Warriors Stay Unbeaten

Leyton's Warrior Basketball team reeled in three more big wins, including a big comeback victory over rival Potter-Dix Friday night in Dalton. The Warriors first defeated Bayard on the road on...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    January 19, 2023

Lady Warriors Fall to Bayard, Rout Potter-Dix

Leyton's Lady Warrior Girls Basketball team bounced back from a loss to Bayard with a 30-point humbling of rival Potter-Dix on their way to a first-round matchup with Garden County in the MAC...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    January 19, 2023

Sidney Wrestlers Compete At Gothenburg Duals

Sidney's Red Raider Wrestling team traveled to Gothenburg on Saturday, January 14, to compete at the Gothenburg Duals. In their first round, Sidney faced O'Neill and lost the dual 42-to-27. Patrick...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    January 19, 2023

Raider Siblings Sign to Doane University

Doane University Track and Field Head Coach Ed Fye's work scouting in the Sidney area paid off with the signing of letters of commitment from two of the areas' most outstanding athletes, Sidney High...

 

Local Chamber Helping Veterans Get A Business Advantage

Cheyenne County's new Economic Development Manager had an urgent message for Veterans in the Cheyenne County area that thought about or are considering opening their own businesses. "Cheyenne County...

 

Job's Daughters Helps Dalton Resident

Job's Daughters International was founded in 1920 by Ethel T. Wead in Omaha with the mission of creating strong young women that respect tradition and will shape the future. The name references the...

 

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