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Articles from the March 2, 2023 edition

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 By Mike Motz    News    March 2, 2023

Lady Warriors Punch Their Ticket

Mike Motz, Sports Editor, Sun-Telegraph Leyton's Lady Warrior Girls Basketball team traveled all the way to Brady on Friday for a neutral-site District Final matchup against the Parkview Christian... Full story

 By Mike Motz    News    March 2, 2023

Cold and Snowy Winter Reminds Nebraskans Of Worst Storms

Mike Motz, Sun-Telegraph It has been an unusually cold and snowy winter here in Cheyenne County, compared to the last few winters that have been relatively warm and without much snow. Cheyenne County... Full story


WNCC's Public Response Tour to be held in Sidney March 10th

SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. - Western Nebraska Community College will host a series of response tours this spring, one in each of the 12 counties in its service area. "After traveling throughout the Panhandle last spring to listen to the needs and concerns of... Full story


Funding the Future Rocks!

Sidney, NE: – Funding the Future, in partnership with Carter Hulsey, will visit Sidney High School on Tuesday, March 14th at 10:30am to share with students the importance of financial literacy. The show is sponsored by the Nebraska Council on... Full story


Gold Rush Days Signing Up Vendors for 2023 Festival

Sidney Gold Rush Days is in search of crafters and vendors for its annual celebration to be held the second weekend in June at the Sidney Legion Park. Gold Rush Days is a unique event where history... Full story


Local Elks Lodge #1894 Makes Donations that are Paws-itively Generous

Elks throughout the nation find it in their hearts and pocket books to donate to the Elks National Foundation (ENF), a foundation specifically created to help communities in need through the Community Investment Program. This program opens up grants... Full story

 By Jim Pillen    Opinion    March 2, 2023

Protecting Our Kids Is My Top Priority

We all agree that our kids are our future. In every community across our state, no matter the size, we all want the same thing – a better future for our kids than we had. Our highest priority is to... Full story


War and Peace in Ukraine

On February 17, 2023, David Remnick of the New Yorker podcast interviewed Steven Kotkin, history professor at Stanford, and biographer of Joseph Stalin. Kotkin said, "Let's think of a house with ten...

 By Rich Lowry    Opinion    March 2, 2023

The ignorant and racially charged attacks on Nikki Haley

Only in 21st-century America can you call yourself the "proud daughter of Indian immigrants" and get accused of whitewashing your background. For the left, the verdict is in and has been for a long ti... Full story


Delta Dawn When the Light Comes On: Week Nine

"Who is wise and understanding among you? Let him show by good conduct that his work is done by the meekness of wisdom." James 3:13 Meekness is not timidity, but a strong resolve when under fire. Mose...


Eugene "Gene" A. Meier

Eugene "Gene" A. Meier, age 90, formerly of Lorenzo, NE, peacefully passed away in the presence of loving family on Thursday, February 23, 2023 in Lakewood, CO.       Funeral services will be... Full story


Dorothy Faye Sunderland

Dorothy Faye Sunderland (Blue) died on February 23, 2023 in Fort Collins, CO. She was born to J. Everette and Fern Blue (Hitchcock) on September 18, 1954 in Vallejo, CA. She was the middle daughter wi... Full story

 By Mike Motz    Sports    March 2, 2023

Lady Raiders Return To State Tournament

Mike Motz, Sidney Sun-Telegraph In what was the final home game of the season for Sidney's Lady Raider Girls Basketball, the team sailed past Alliance Saturday afternoon at the Cabela's Athletic Cente... Full story

 By Mike Motz    Sports    March 2, 2023

Red Raiders Runners-Up In C1-12 Subdistrict

Mike Motz, Sun-Telegraph Sidney's Red Raider Boys Basketball team has made a strong bid for a spot in the NSAA Tournament in Class C-1, but weather delays of Subdistrict and District Finals games... Full story

 By Mike Motz    Sports    March 2, 2023

Warriors Fall In Subdistrict Final to Bridgeport

Mike Motz, Sidney Sun-Telegraph Leyton's Warrior boys Basketball team ended their fine regular season with a 20-and-2 record, securing them the No. 1 seed in the D1-12 Subdistrict Tournament. They met... Full story

 By Mike Motz    Sports    March 2, 2023

Bulldogs Romp Through 1A District 4 Tournament

Mike Motz, Sun-Telegraph After a regular season that included a slow start, and periods of losing streaks, the Peetz Bulldog Boys Basketball team righted themselves at just the right time. After... Full story

 By Mike Motz    Sports    March 2, 2023

Potter-Dix Takes D2-11 Subdistrict Crown; Plays Falls City Sacred Heart In District Final

Mike Motz, Sun-Telegraph Potter-Dix's Coyote Boys Basketball team finished their strong season with a loss to Chadron, but had no problem regrouping and breezing through the Subdistricts and coming... Full story


Funeral Notice - WESLEY RIEWE

Wesley Riewe of Longmont. Memorial service Saturday, March 4, 2023, 10:30 am at Mt. Olive Lutheran Church in Loveland, CO.... Full story


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