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Articles from the February 10, 2015 edition

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'Gamer of dads'

Whether it's Pac-Man, Super Mario Bros. or Minecraft, parents are familiar with some form of video games. However, now that children are becoming more interested in technology and video games are...

 By Rob Langrell    News    February 10, 2015

School Bond issue fails

Sidney voters shot down a school bond on Tuesday that would have provided the funding for a new elementary school. It marked the third time in 17 months that voters have rejected the measure. In what was considered a low turnout by election... Full story


Sidney Regional Medical Center takes aim at helping patients with simplified billing

Sidney Regional Medical Center has taken an active approach to aiding their patients to better understand the “patient billing process.” With recent system updates at SRMC, electronic patient medical records are now easier to access and increase...


RadioShack Chapter 11 filing won't alter local stores

Local customers won’t be affected by RadioShack’s filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. DP Electronics, the RadioShack dealer in Sidney, Ogallala and Sterling, has always been a locally owned and operated business and will continue to be...


Sidney School Board OKs 2015-'16 calendar, new teacher contracts

The Sidney School Board approved the 2015-'16 school calendar at its meeting Monday night. The board also recognized the "All Children Experience Success" behavior program and the January "Students...


Kimball County continues birding tours

The birds of Kimball County will be highlighted during a six-week series of Watchable Wildlife Tours sponsored by the Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory and the Kimball Area Tourism Department. The series, titled “For the Birds,” will run from April...


Haven and Virginia Smith scholarship announced

The Haven and Virginia Smith Scholarship applications are now available from Kathy Ford, guidance counselor at Creek Valley High School. The scholarship is to be awarded to a student using the following guidelines: • Applicant must be a graduating... Full story


Service Notice: Dale E. Buhrdorf

Dale E. Buhrdorf, 72 of Scottsbluff and former Potter area resident, passed away Sat., Feb. 7, 2015 at the Golden Living Center in Scottsbluff. Funeral services celebrating Dale’s life will be held at 10:30 a.m., Fri., Feb. 13th in the St.... Full story


Court Briefs 02-10-15

The following people appeared in Cheyenne County Court on Feb. 9, 2015, before the Honorable Randin R. Roland: Briana R. Sifuentez, age 19 of Dalton, appeared for preliminary hearing on two counts of Possessing a Forged Instrument, class IV felony. T... Full story


Lodgepole Lions Club scholarship applications sought

The Lodgepole Lions Club will award two $500 scholarships based on the following guidelines: The award money is paid jointly to the recipient and the post-secondary educational institution of which recipient is attending. All application information... Full story


Community Calendar 02-10-15

Ongoing Cancer survivor support group meets every third Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. at Dorwart Cancer Care Center. Great Topics and food. Call Leslie @ 250-1113 if questions. The Nebraska Master Gardener Program is offering classes for those... Full story



Girls’ Basketball Tuesday, Feb. 10 Leyton at Bayard, 5 p.m. Creek Valley at Perkins Co., 5:30 p.m. Peetz at Potter-Dix, 6 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 12 Leyton at Garden County, 6:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 13 Peetz at Caliche, 5 p.m. Chadron at Sidney, 5:30... Full story


Indiana St. made Sager feel at home

It was merely by chance that Indiana State University defensive line coach Jeff Mills heard about Jake Sager. But the more he got to know the Sidney High School senior, the more he wanted him to play...


Chadron to host volleyball camps

CHADRON – The Chadron State College volleyball team is hosting a set of five clinics for sixth through eighth graders and high school students in February and March. The two-hour sessions will be at the Chicoine Center, the Nelson Physical... Full story


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