Articles from the March 7, 2014 edition

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Nebraska Panhandle flooding spurs travel warnings

KIMBALL, Neb. (AP) - Local flooding and washed-out roads have prompted travel warnings from officials in Kimball County and other parts of the Nebraska Panhandle. Kimble County highway superintendent... Full story


Apology precedes sentencing in theft case

Jarred Neuhalfen told the court he was sorry for his actions before being sentenced on Wednesday to five years of intensive supervised probation for theft by receiving stolen property, a class four felony. “I just want to apologize to the...


Court offers Potter man "one shot"

Michael Livingstone, age 22 of Potter, was sentenced to 5 years intensive supervised probation on Wednesday for attempted distribution of marijuana, a class four felony. He was given credit for 93 days served in jail. Livingstone was originally charg...


Sidney woman receives probation in drug case

Monica Gehrig, age 30 of Sidney, was sentenced on Wednesday to 48 months of probation for two counts of possession of oxycodone, class four felonies. Gehrig entered into a plea agreement with the state in exchange for a reduction from her original...


Across the Fence: On the Old Chisholm Trail

"Woke up one mornin' on the Old Chisholm Trail, with a rope in my hand an' a cow by the tail ... come-a ti yi yippy yippy yay ..." And so goes another of the hundreds, some say a thousand, verses...


Maycel Judy Richards

Maycel Judy Richards 1945 to 2014 Maycel Judy Richards, 68, passed away suddenly Wednesday, March 5, 2014 at her home in Sidney. Memorial services for Maycel will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, March... Full story


Marjorie Ann Thomas Cathey

Marjorie Ann Thomas Cathey 1939 to 2014 Funeral services for Marjorie Ann Thomas Cathey, 74 of Montalba, TX will be held 1 p.m. Friday, March 7, 2014, at Bethlehem Lutheran Church, with Rev. David... Full story


Good Old Days – 03-07-14

Compiled By The Sidney Sun-Telegraph Staff These stories from the past first appeared in The Sidney Telegraph. Original writing is preserved, though some stories were shortened for space reasons. 100...

 By Dave Faries    Community    March 7, 2014

Something New

The Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, welcoming Dentist Leasa Hlavinka and staff of LifeSmiles to their new location at 1040 Old Post Road.... Full story

 By Pete Morgan    Community    March 7, 2014

Are you looking for peace?

Let me tell you a story Horatio G. Spafford was an attorney in Chicago when the Great Chicago Fire broke out and left 100,000 people without any place to live. Mr. Spafford had invested heavily in Real Estate and lost a great deal of money. Mr....


Another look at Lincoln

Savanna Rosenbaum finds space for a short jumper in Thursday morning's tournament opener--the first played by high school teams at state in the new Pinnacle Bank Arena.... Full story


Daylight Savings

Don't forget to spring ahead! Daylight Savings Time begins 2 a.m. Sunday Turn your clocks forward one hour!... Full story

 By Jeff Parsons    Sports    March 7, 2014

Remembering a big man

Before the Sidney Baseball program takes the field this spring, I would like to take a few moments to celebrate the life of a very close friend, mentor and founder of the BOC John Cronk, who passed away this past December. There are so many stories...


Community Center results

Men’s 5x5 Basketball Team won-lost Brady Cape 4-0 Hillside Bar and Grill 2-2 Hustle and Flow 0-4 J n J Jammers 2-2 Jordan Namuth 1-3 Narjes Farms 5-0 Wamsley Construction 1-4 Coed Volleyball Week 1 Tournament Results 3/3/14 Cabelas.Floaters def.... Full story


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