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Articles from the January 23, 2014 edition

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Costs increase for county after state passes probation law

As responsibility for underage offenders is transferred from the Department of Health and Human Services to the Office of Probation Administration, the burden of finding more office space for probation is placed on counties. A discussion about a...

 

Police continue to investigate thefts

Police are aware that there is some sort of connection between the many thefts and acts of vandalism that took place in Sidney and the surrounding area over the past few weeks, according to Sidney Police Chief B.J. Wilkinson. Two additional thefts... Full story

 

Fight at hotel leads to arrest of Iowa man

An Iowa man was charged with first degree assault, strangulation and disturbing the peace after an incident at a local hotel last weekend. Douglas Wiese, 45 is accused of assaulting James Reddick after the two came to Sidney together for a...

 

Sidney student earns prestigious RHOP scholarship

According to those who know her best, Sidney High School senior Cody Rowley is a bright, hard working, involved and well organized student with deep-set roots in the community. In other words, those in the know considered her a perfect candidate for...

 

Through the roof

Bits of wood, shingles and other materials tumble as a crew from the Sidney Public Works Department demolishes a house at 706 Elm St. on Thursday morning. The house had been deemed dangerous by the... Full story

 

Ribbon cutting for engineering firm

As more and more development continues to the Sidney area, new businesses continue to move here as well. Specialized Engineering Solutions, housed on the second floor of the Security First Bank buildi... Full story

 

Republican U.S. Senate Candidates to Debate in Gering January 29

The four Republican Party candidates seeking election to the U.S. Senate will share a stage for the first time as part of a candidate debate scheduled for Jan. 29 at 7 p.m. at the Gering Civic Center. The debate is sponsored by the Nebraska Republica...

 

Tales of a coffee-holic: Signs of life

I recently saw a sign hung on the wall of an area business that stuck out to me. It read, “Anything that makes you smile, giggle or laugh buy it or marry it.” Although I’m sure the sign was meant to be cute and funny and not words of advice to...

 

Talking Sports: The talk and the walk

I confess I’d never heard of Richard Sherman before last Sunday. I wasn’t able to watch a lot of NFL football this season and what I did see was mostly confined to the NFL Red Zone Channel. But last weekend I was excited to watch the Broncos...

 

CSC to host hoop shoot

From March 28-30, Chadron State College will be hosting its Fourth Annual Chadron State Hoop Shoot. The Hoop Shoot is a youth basketball tournament for boys and girls in grades 5-8. The tournament is the primary fundraiser for Chadron State’s... Full story

 

Sidney Bowling

Spencer Ellwanger takes a moment during the Ogallala tournament to pose for the camera.... Full story

 

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