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Articles from the November 21, 2014 edition

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A work in progress

Alli Ehler of Sidney High's design class talks with Tim Mohan of Croell Redi-Mix in the backyard of a residence being renovated at 1833 Maple St. The house is being worked on by the construction and... Full story


More Than Quilts makes move to new location

Mary Barnett has a new location for her store, More Than Quilts, that caters to one of Sidney residents' favorite hobbies. More Than Quilts – like the name suggests – offers more services than...


Across The Fence: The Harmar Campaign along the Ohio River

In the years from 1784 to 1789, the Shawnee and Miami Indians of Kentucky routinely raided along the Ohio River and the settlements to the north. During those years, more than 1,500 settlers had been...


Regional West Health Services interpreter earns 'Caring Kind' award

SCOTTSBLUFF – Martin Vargas, a language access coordinator at Regional West Health Services, was among 73 health care professionals statewide recognized recently with the Caring Kind award during...


Community Calendar 11-21-14

Sunday, Nov. 23 Lodgepole United Methodist will host Mr. Regg Lechman for Music Sunday Service, will be Sunday, Nov. 23 beginning at 9 a.m. All of the community is invited. Congregation will have a meal and Hanging of the greens following the... Full story


Sterling resident Stratton promoted to major

Gary W. Stratton of Sterling, Colo., was promoted to the rank of major in the U.S. Army. Stratton is currently serving as an executive officer with Headquarters and Headquarters Company, Army...


Letter to the Editor: New school should be K-6

Dear Editor, I see the school board wants to have another election for a new elementary school. Are they going to keep having elections until they get the count to come out right? They keep wanting a K-4 school. It should be a K-6 with room for... Full story


Thanksgiving brings many reasons to be thankful

It’s over. Halloween has come and gone. All the ghosts, goblins, zombies, witches and super-heroes are back snug in their dens and trunks for another year. The election is over too. Maybe no more political calls for at least another month. The stor...


Good Old Days 11-21-14

Compiled By The Sidney Sun-Telegraph Staff These stories from the past first appeared in The Sidney Telegraph. Original writing is preserved, though some stories were shortened for space reasons. 50...


Ekart, Weideburg collect Western Conference coaching honors

Two Sidney High School coaches received Western Conference honors for the 2013-2014 sports year this week. Head football coach Todd Ekart earned the Western Conference Head Coach of the Year of a Male Sport award. In his fifth year with the program,... Full story


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