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Articles from the March 9, 2018 edition

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Sidney School Board Plans Against Cabela's Impact

With staff reductions related to the Bass Pro absorption of Cabela’s, the Sidney School District is bracing for a related loss of students. In the school board’s work session Tuesday, Supt. Jay...

 

Another Once In a Lifetime Experience

It isn't often a person can experience time in two places at almost the same moment, as if sideways instead of backward or forward. That happened recently when I had the opportunity to participate in...

 

Veterans Cemetery Foundation Continues Drive For Windbreak

A regional fund raising effort is currently underway to make services at the Nebraska State Veterans Cemetery in Alliance more comfortable for those participating in services for loved ones. At last...

 

Smith To Hold Open Office in Bridgeport

Congressman Adrian Smith (R-NE) will meet constituents of the Third District during a mobile office on Monday, March 12, in Bridgeport to discuss issues such as tax reform, trade, immigration, and infrastructure. A mobile office allows constituents...

 
 By Our Opinion    Opinion    March 9, 2018

Right Time, Right Approach, Right Place

As it has progressed more from an idea to proposal, Sidney’s Hickory Square project has come more to the forefront in discussion lately, both public and private. The project’s backers, simply put, are following a sort of “if you build it, they...

 

D2-12 Basketball Seasons Wrap Up

Potter-Dix Boys The Coyotes ended their season with a 2-15 record (2-6 in district) placing them third in the D2-12 district. Senior Dylan Nielsen led the team in scoring with 10.9 points per game and a total of 131 points scored. Their season...

 

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