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Articles from the April 5, 2019 edition

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County Okays Purchase of Two Motor Graders

The Cheyenne County Commissioners Monday approved upgrading the road department’s fleet of motor graders with a Caterpillar and a John Deere. The commissioners opened several bids from Caterpillar a...

 

Potter Students Offer Soldiers 'A Cup of Joe'

The further a person is away from home, the more important the simple things in life become, and being assigned sometimes half a world away protecting the interests of the country sometimes means a...

 
 By Don Ogle    News    April 5, 2019

County Escapes Serious Damage - Cattlemen Have Recourse

While the southern Panhandle didn’t take the severe damage and losses of those in eastern Nebraska, local entities, in particular cattlemen, still suffered hardship from the cyclone blizzard that...

 

Gov. Ricketts Decries Proposed Food, Bottled Water Taxes as "Reverse Robin Hood"

LINCOLN – Governor Pete Ricketts joined the Nebraska Grocery Industry Association (NGIA) and the Nebraska Beverage Association Wednesday to oppose proposals to place a sales tax on groceries, food,...

 
 By Don Ogle    News    April 5, 2019

Fair Board Meets on Entertainment Snafu

Cheyenne County Fair Board members held an emergency meeting Wednesday to discuss an unexpected problem that arose with fair entertainment. The problem arose at the end of March when a fair board...

 

ATTN: School Musical Change

A musical planned at Sidney High School will be presented only on Saturday, April 6 at 7:00 p.m. at the Performing Arts Center. Performances planned on Friday and Sunday have been canceled. The performance on Saturday will be presented by the cast...

 

Dinner and a Show

"Take Me Home Country Roads," and "Rocky Mountain High" are two of the songs fans may enjoy during the April 12 concert in Sidney featuring Cowboy Brad and the TropiCowboy band. Raised in Estes Park,...

 

Wheat Belt Hosts Annual Customer Meeting

A Wheat Belt Public Power District Customer Meeting was held Friday, March 22, from noon to approximately 2:30 p.m. The meeting kicked off with a lunch served by Wheat Belt Staff and followed with...

 

Stahl Wins Best Overall in Art

Hannah Stahl, a senior at Potter-Dix High School, won the Best Overall High School category for her artwork in the Youth Art Month art exhibit held at the State Capital Building in Lincoln. Her...

 

Community Invited To Severe Weather Spotter Training

Residents of Cheyenne County communities are invited to attend a Severe Weather Spotter Training co-sponsored by Cheyenne County Emergency Management and the National Weather Service (NWS). The...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    April 5, 2019

HealthQuest Wins Div. 1, Best Heating and Plumbing wins Div. 2

The Cheyenne County Community Center wrapped up the Women's Volleyball season on March 27 with a championship tournament, and the HealthQuest team were the winners of Division I and Best Heating and...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    April 5, 2019

Peetz Baseball Falls to Haxtun

Peetz’s Bulldog baseball team hosted the Haxtun Fightin’ Bulldogs on Tuesday, and are still searching for their first win of the season as they lost to the visitors by a final score of 20-to-0....

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    April 5, 2019

Area Students Earn NSAA Academic All-State Awards

Several area studentsarned the Nebraska School Activities Association’s Winter 2018-19 Nebraska Chiropractic Physicians Association Academic All-State Awards. This NSAA Award Program was...

 

Leyton's Craig Picked to Lead West All-Stars

Leyton Lady Warrior’s coach Jodi Craig was selected to head up the West All-Star team in the 35th annual West Nebraska All-Star Volleyball Game. The game will be played in Scottsbluff at the Western Nebraska Community College’s Cougar Palace on...

 

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