Articles from the April 6, 2022 edition

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Ron 'Ronnie' Morlock

Ron “Ronnie” Morlock, 58, of Lodgepole, passed away at home with his best friend and caregiver, his wife, Karla at his side on Monday, March 28, 2022. A celebration of life will be held at 1:00...

 

Dr. Dorwart 'Re-Retires'

Beans and Steams Coffee House was crowded with well-wishers, family, friends and former patients as Dr. Clinton Dorwart officially hung up his stethoscope, appointment book and is not renewing his lic...

 

Herbster Returns to Sidney

Republican candidate for Nebraska governor Charles W. Herbster calls this year's election the most important governor's race. Herbster made another stop at Beans and Steams Coffee House in Sidney on...

 

Fair Board Inks Night Show

The Cheyenne County Fair Board has reached an agreement to bring Savanna Chestnut to the 2022 Cheyenne County Fair. Chestnut, from the southwestern Kansas town of Americus, just northwest of Emporia,...

 

Group Formed to 'Elevate' Sidney

There comes a time when seeing issues, concerns in a community means asking questions, questions including “What are we doing about this,” and “If not now, when.” Various agencies in the Sidney and surrounding area have put their heads...

 

Robert J. Lindsey

Robert J. Lindsey, age 83, of Sidney, NE passed away at his home on Tuesday, March 22, 2022 of natural causes. A celebration of Robert’s life with take place at the Evangelical Free Church in Sidney...

 
 By Dan Carlson    Opinion    April 6, 2022

A New World Order

My last position at Cabela’s HQ involved not only forecasting weather, but calling out trends in economics, technology innovation, politics from the local to global scale that could impact the...

 

We Have It Rough?

If you think we have it rough today with a shaky economy, terrorists, wars and rumors of wars, earthquakes, hurricanes, tidal waves, high taxes, high unemployment rates, low income to high cost of...

 

A Tale of Two Cities

A quote I read years ago said, “The family surname of the betrothed says much about the success of the marriage.” That idea may come near to a singular truth in a general way, despite plenty of...

 

Match Your Financial Goals with the Right Strategies

To achieve most goals in life, you need some type of strategy. And that’s certainly true for your financial goals. Since you likely have multiple financial goals, you may need to pursue several different strategies – but they all should follow a...

 

Jesus and the Sabbath

Mark Chapter 3...

 

70 Years On, 'Backyard Farmer' Remains Hardy Perennial in Nebraska Life

Lincoln — Each spring, the annual return of “Backyard Farmer” to the airwaves is as eagerly anticipated as the return of Sandhill cranes to Central Platte waters. The show has been a shared...

 

UN–L FOR FAMILIES:

Spring has sprung and garden fever is in the air. What better way to get kids outside than to plant a garden? Making the whole garden experience a family affair can be an extension of the classroom in the outdoors. It also gives youth an opportunity...

 

UNMC, Nebraska Extension Announce Tractor Safety Course for Teens at 6 Sites

Teens 14 or 15 years of age who work on farms, or others who are interested in learning about safe farming practices, can register for a tractor safety training course offered at six locations across Nebraska from May 25 through June 10. The course...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    April 6, 2022

Red Raiders Take First And Second At Ogallala

Sidney’s Red Raider Track and Field teams continued with their hot start to the season, traveling to Ogallala on Saturday to compete in the the annual Ed Moore Invitational at Ogallala High School....

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    April 6, 2022

Potter-Dix, Leyton Compete at Bayard CD Invite

The Leyton Warrior Track and Field teams and the Potter-Dix Coyote Track and Field teams competed on Saturday at the Bayard CD Invitational. With beautiful weather and a slight breeze, the athletes...

 

McMillian Commits to Eastern Wyoming

Kord McMillian (center) with his father Rob and mother Chel McMillan signed a letter of intent to attend Eastern Wyoming College and compete for the Show Team. McMillan earned a scholarship, and will...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    April 6, 2022

Bulldogs Compete At Wiggins Invite

On Friday April 1, the Peetz Bulldog Track and Field teams traveled to compete at the Wiggins Invitational against 27 other teams from Northeastern Colorado to the Denver Area. The Fort Morgan team took top honors for the girls with 84 points and...

 
 By Deb Fischer    Opinion    April 6, 2022

Putting American Security First

As we mark one month since Putin began his invasion of Ukraine, keeping America safe is our priority. In just one month, Putin has displaced millions of Ukrainians from their homes, killed thousands...

 
 By Pete Ricketts    Opinion    April 6, 2022

Time for Action, Not Antics

As we approach the final days of the 2022 legislative session, the Nebraska Unicameral has the opportunity to deliver smart criminal justice reforms that will enhance public safety and benefit all...

 
 By Steve Erdman    Opinion    April 6, 2022

Straight Talk from Steve: Disappointing Bills

In the Nebraska Unicameral Legislature expectation lurks as a kind of devilish phantom farmer secretly sowing seeds of disappointment. That is what life is sometimes like inside the Nebraska State...

 

Public Records

Cheyenne Co Sheriffs March 30 6:41 A.M, Village Check, Potter 7:11 A.M, Traffic Accident-no Injury, Chestnut St and Front St 10:50 A.M, Threats, Cheyenne Co Sheriffs 12:53 P.M, Motorist Assist, 76 WB Interstate 80 3:51 P.M, Trespass in Progress,...

 
 By Pete Ricketts    Opinion    April 6, 2022

Controlling Spending to Cut Taxes

In the remaining days of the 2022 Legislative Session, we must work together to strike the appropriate balance between managing government spending and returning excess revenue to the people.  That...

 

How to Stop a Bully

In my preteen years our family lived in a subdivision across the river from downtown Fairbanks, AK. Besides having one of the best home we had lived in up to that time, the housing area was... Full story

 

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