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Articles from the February 3, 2014 edition

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Missoula Children's Theatre

Promoted by The High Plains Arts Council, The Missoula Children's Theatre performed "Blackbeard the Pirate" to a sold out audience this weekend. Local students filled most rolls.... Full story


CUSTER TRIAL: Custer guilty of first degree murder

Jason Custer, 35, was convicted of first degree murder, use of a firearm to commit a felony and possession of a firearm by a felon in Cheyenne County district court Friday following a week-long trial. A jury of seven men and five women deliberated...


Sledding fun!

Kalynn Moore heads down the hill by Sidney's Lutheran Church on Saturday.... Full story


Sledding fun!

Aden Nichols skids down the slope by Sidney's Lutheran Church on Saturday.... Full story


Mary A. Chilewski

Mary A. Chilewski 1948 to 2014 Mary A. Chilewski, 65 of Sidney, passed away at her home, Thursday morning January 30, 2014. Friends may stop at the Gehrig-Stitt Chapel on Monday from 1 to 7 p.m.... Full story


Sidney fends off hot-shooting Bearcats

Even when the Red Raiders held a convincing 48-30 lead midway through the third quarter over the dangerous Scottsbluff Bearcats, it didn't seem possible the hosts could be taken that easily. As it...

 By Dave Faries    Sports    February 3, 2014

Raiders hold edge in defensive struggle

There was little reason to peek at the scoreboard on Saturday. Points, after all, were hard to come by in Sidney's 27-16 win over visiting Hershey. The Raiders held Hershey to a mere two points in...


Height, accuracy overcome strong Raiders effort

Chadron invaded the Cabela’s Athletic Facility and came away with a 62-53 win over the Raiders Friday night. Despite Sarah Mahr’s outstanding night, which included 23 points, the Cardinals were led by a pair of 6-1 twin sisters. Ashlea and...


Raiders in run away win over Chadron

It took just 18 seconds for Paxton Ehler to put the Red Raiders on the path to victory. His three pointer shortly after tip off was the start of a 46-33 non-league win over the Chadron Cardinals at the Cabela’s Athletic Facility Friday night. Thoug...


Muggli, Borges lead Raiders at Mitchell

Despite some high drama in the 145 lbs. class, in which the Raiders' Michael Muggli captured silver, the shorthanded Sidney Red Raiders wrestling squad brought home a top ten finish among the 16...


Low, Koenen place at Irish Invitational

Both Creek Valley wrestlers placed at the Irish Invite, hosted by St. Patricks High School in North Platte on Saturday. Mason Low finished fifth and scored 11 team points in the 195 lbs. class. Gage Koenen fought his way to sixth and scored seven...


Weekend Roundup - Boys basketball

Leyton splits weekend schedule Minatare ended their three-game losing streak on Friday night with a 61-54 win over Warriors. It was the first time this season the District D2 11 rivals had met. The Warriors bounced back the following night when they...


Weekend Roundup - Girls basketball

Warriors pound Minatare, edged by Crawford Leyton had a mixed weekend as they as they split a pair of games. On Friday night Leyton pounded district rival Minatare 48-22 on the road. On Saturday the Warriors had a fourth quarter comeback attempt...


Area Sports: Upcoming Schedule

AREA SPORTS Tues. Feb. 4 GIRLS BASKETBALL Sidney @ Perkins County 5 p.m. *Sedgwick County @ Leyton 4 p.m. BOYS BASKETBALL Sidney @ Perkins County 6:30 p.m. *Sedgwick County @ Leyton 4 p.m. Wed. Feb. 5 No Games Scheduled Thu. Feb. 6 No Games... Full story


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