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Articles from the February 12, 2015 edition

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Local businesspeople, companies collect awards at annual chamber banquet

Several awards were handed out Wednesday night at the annual Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce banquet held at the Sidney Elks Lodge. The 2015 chairman, Brooke DeNovellis, officially took the gavel from...


Fourth-quarter profits fall at Cabela's

Profits at Cabela’s dropped during the holiday season, according to the company’s fourth-quarter earnings report released Thursday. Total revenue increased, but store sales slipped 5.5 percent and costs and expenses went up. “For the quarter, w...


Applications accepted for Kreider Heartland Scholarship

Applications for the Kreider Heartland Scholarship are now being accepted. The scholarship is in memory of Harold and Mabel Kreider, life-long residents of Lodgepole. Harold graduated from Lodgepole High School in 1933, while Mabel graduated from...


Leadership Nebraska program accepting applications

LINCOLN – Applications are now being accepted for the State Chamber’s Leadership Nebraska, the statewide leadership program that prepares individuals who want to play a key role in helping their community and state thrive. The application...


Community Calendar 02-12-15

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


Nine arrested in area drug bust by WING task force

Investigators from the Wing Drug Task Force arrested nine individuals in the southern panhandle of Nebraska on counts of distribution of methamphetamine, distribution of marijuana and possession of methamphetamine. The cases and arrests are from an... Full story


Abraham Lincoln and Edwin Stanton

Today, we honor Abraham Lincoln’s birthday. In the summer of 1855, George Harding hired Lincoln to assist him in a patent infringement case because Harding needed an attorney knowledgeable of Illinois law. At the last moment, the trial was moved fr...


Talking Sports: Get set to buckle up: Playoffs are here

The Nebraska high school sports post season opens Friday and continues almost every day for the next five weeks. First of all, congratulations to the Leyton girls’ basketball team for earning the top seed at the upcoming Class D2-11 subdistricts...



PLAYOFF SCHEDULE Girls’ Basketball D1-11 Subdistrict Tournament At Sidney High School Monday, Feb. 16 No. 4 Banner County (2-15) vs. No. 5 Minatare (0-15), 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 17 No. 1 Leyton (8-11) vs. Banner County-Minatare winner, 5:30 p.m.... Full story


Sidney wrestlers have high hopes at Districts

While Sidney High School sent just one wrestler to the NSAA State Wrestling Championships last year with a host of others coming up one match short, the prospects for a more crowded bus to Omaha this time around are good. With the Red Raiders having...


Annual Chamber Banquet

More than 225 local businesspeople turned out Wednesday night for the Cheyenne County Chamber of Commerce's annual banquet. Christian Tulloch of Cabela's collects the "Supporter of the Year"... Full story


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