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Articles from the February 13, 2014 edition

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City hopes to move ahead with south side beautification project

A beautified entrance to Sidney is in the works for the intersection of 11th Ave. and Old Post Rd. Scott Day of Urban Development Services spoke to the city council at Tuesday’s meeting about what he called a gateway to Sidney which would include...

 

Chamber hosts annual awards banquet

This year's Cheyenne County Chamber Of Commerce Annual Banquet was held at the Holiday Inn on Wednesday. The Master Of Ceremonies was KSID's Hunter Arterburn-and his stage performance with City... Full story

 

Chamber hosts annual awards banquet

Left, 2014 incoming Chamber Chairman Paula Abbott, Chamber President/CEO Glenna Phelps-Aurich and Outgoing Chairman Wanda Brogren gather for a photo.... Full story

 

West takes part in national kindness program

West Elementary is participating in a national initiative promoting kindness during the month of February. The movement at the school was headed by a group of 6th grade girls who decorated bulletin boards and coordinated activities. At the beginning...

 

Chamber hosts annual awards banquet

Dave Dickie served as guest auctioneer for the "Getaway Package" live auction.... Full story

 

Chamber hosts annual awards banquet

KSID's Hunter Arterburn was the Master Of Ceremonies.... Full story

 

Chamber hosts annual awards banquet

Spike Blake's "Half Of Dueling Pianos Show" served as entertainment.... Full story

 

Alice Roosevelt Longworth

Theodore Roosevelt’s first wife, Alice Lee, died of a kidney infection on Valentine’s Day 1884, just two days after she delivered her first child, a daughter, also named Alice. The tragedy was compounded when Theodore’s mother died of typhoid...

 

Tales of a coffee-holic: The gift of love

Diamonds do not mean love and they certainly don’t mean forever. I will never understand why a woman would be excited by receiving an expensive, generic piece of jewelry. I know that I’m quite different from many women and I don’t blame any...

 

Lodgepole Lions Club Scholarship

The Lodgepole Lions Club announces the deadline for the 2014 Lodgepole Lions Club Scholarship. Two scholarships in the amount of $500 each is provided by the Lodgepole Lions’ Club with the following guidelines: The award money is paid jointly to th... Full story

 

School board honors Rowley's achievement

Sidney senior Cody Rowley was recognized at Monday night’s school board meeting for her acceptance into the Rural Health Opportunities Program next year. This is a University of Nebraska Medical Center program which encourages residents in rural... Full story

 

Bulldogs knock off Prairie to secure second seed in conference

Peetz clinched the second seed in the upcoming North Central playoffs by turning back league rival Prairie 64-55 in New Raymer, Colo. on Wednesday night. The Bulldogs advanced their record to 10-6...

 

Peetz proves resilient in road loss

Though they twice clawed their way back into the game from double digit deficits, Peetz ultimately succumbed 47-38 to North Central rival Prairie in New Raymer, Colo. Wedneday night. The Bulldogs reco...

 

Talking Sports: Time in the "Korner"

Somehow it seems fitting that Ralph Kiner should have died on Babe Ruth’s birthday. Kiner, one of the great sluggers in baseball history died last Thursday, Feb. 6, at the ripe old age of 91 - the 119th anniversary of Babe Ruth’s birth. Kiner...

 

Peetz Basketball

The Bulldogs' Corbin Heller drives past the Mustangs' Ross Stump.... Full story

 

Area Sports Upcoming Schedule

Thu. Feb. 13 GIRLS BASKETBALL Garden County @ Leyton 6 p.m. (Senior Night - Girls Basketball) Fri. Feb. 14 WRESTLING Sidney at Class B Districts @ Cozad 3 p.m. CST Creek Valley at Class D Districts @ North Platte St. Patricks 5 p.m. CST GIRLS... Full story

 

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