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Articles from the March 1, 2019 edition

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City to Modify Dam

The dam is too big and the City of Sidney needs to decide if it is to be modified or brought into compliance. The Nebraska Department of Natural Resources determined one of Sidney’s dams to be in...

 

SRMC Announces NEW Emergency Transfer Partner

Sidney Regional Medical Center (SRMC) has announced a new agreement for emergency patient transfers. As part of the continuum of care, the hospital is responsible for managing the transportation of patients to the next level of care. Because it is...

 

Benefit Dinner for Sidney Resident March 9

In October 2018, Dianne Bates was diagnosed with throat cancer, Stage 4 Metastatic Squamous Cell Carcinoma. The diagnosis came after four to five months of doctor visits. After each visit, Bates and her family left with her symptoms getting worse....

 
 By Don Ogle    News    March 1, 2019

Nebraska Brass Brings Melodies to Sidney

Another award-winning musical program is in store for Sidney residents tomorrow (Saturday), when the High Plains Arts Council brings the Nebraska Brass to the stage at the Sidney High School Performin...

 

Appeals Court Rules for the State

The Nebraska Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday against a Sidney resident in a court case dating back to 2014. The Court of Appeals ruling upheld a decision by the Cheyenne County District Court's ruling...

 

SPNRD Board Holds February Meeting

On Tuesday February 12 the South Platte Natural Resources District (SPNRD) Board of Directors (Board) held its monthly meeting at the South Platte NRD Conference Room. Galen Wittrock addressed the Community Forestry Program; Wittrock reported on...

 

Royalty

Dorothy Kettler and Leonard Soucie were chosen as the Valentine Day King and Queen at the Sidney Regional Medical Center Extended Care. Residents voted to see who would be recognized for the honor,...

 

Theresa S. Peetz - Obituary

Theresa S. Peetz, age 88 of Sidney, NE went to her heavenly home to be with the Lord on Thursday, February 21, 2019 in Sidney. A Memorial Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:30 A.M., Monday,...

 

Kathryn Ann Miller - Obituary

Kathryn Ann Miller, age 89, passed away on 2/22/2019 in Palestine, TX. Kathryn was born 5/10/1929 in Sidney, NE to Harold (Pat) and Grace (Hornaday) Ells. She attended Sidney High School and Midland...

 

2019 Baseball Umpire Certification Underway

Baseball season is just around the corner, and Umpire Certification Clinics for American Legion baseball are being held around the state. For the Panhandle, the clinic will be held on April 6, 2019 in Alliance. The American Legion is always in need...

 

Hunting Trip Planners Available

LINCOLN . – Start planning a fall hunt today by downloading trip planners at the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission’s website. These printable, species-specific trip planners – which are available for prairie grouse, quail, pheasant, mule deer...

 

Hunters May Apply for Auxiliary Mountain Lion Permits

LINCOLN – Applications for an auxiliary mountain lion hunting season will be accepted by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission from March 1-5. Up to four permits will be drawn for the auxiliary season in the North Subunit of Nebraska’s Pine...

 

Sidney Girls Compete at State Cheer & Dance Championships

The Sidney Cheer and Danz squads competed at the Nebraska State Cheer & Dance Championships February 15 and 16 in Grand Island. Sidney took sixth place in the Class B Cheer Championship, and in...

 

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