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Articles from the April 11, 2018 edition

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 By Don Ogle    News    April 11, 2018

Pilot Escapes Injury In Plane Crash

A Colorado man escaped injury when his home built lightweight airplane lost power and he made a crash landing along Interstate 80 late Saturday afternoon. Ty Witt, 21, of Lamar, Colorado was moving...

 
 By Don Ogle    News    April 11, 2018

Cheyenne County Could See Lower Property Valuations

A recommendation by the Cheyenne County Assessor has been accepted by the Nebraska Department of Revenue to be forwarded to potentially lower the level at which properties are taxed. Cheyenne County...

 

School District Waits for Legislative Response

The reduction of staff when Cabela’s was sold to Bass Pro lead the Sidney School District to plan cost-saving efforts. The plan included a reduction in staff, primarily by attrition. Between...

 

4-H Offers 'Youth Chautauqua' As Summer Camp Option

The conflict that started World War 1 occurred overseas, but the impact was felt in the Panhandle of Nebraska as well. “It isn’t something that happened over there,” said Humanities Nebraska...

 
 By Sydny Boyd    News    April 11, 2018

Governor Signs Seat Belt Law

LINCOLN--Gov. Pete Ricketts has signed Legislative Bill 42 beefing up state law on the use of child car seats. Under the bill signed Wednesday, toddlers up to age 2 will be required to sit in...

 

No Better Cause At Sidney High

From gospel to pop, rhythm and blues and more, the a cappella group No Better Cause should have something for every taste when it performs at Sidney High School Saturday in the Performing Arts...

 

Two-Vehicle Accident Occurs In Dalton

Two vehicles collided in Dalton Thursday, April 5, resulting in minor damage. A 2015 Jeep compact utility vehicle driven by Shirley M. Gillespie of Dalton, and a 2013 Honda Fit owned by Clifford Beyer, of Dalton, collided at a residence near the...

 

Sidney Students Challenged to Better Living

It is no secret the junior high and high school years can be challenging academically and emotionally. Some of the hardest lessons are learned in the hallways, cafeteria and even after school when a...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    April 11, 2018

Sidney Boys, Girls Win Mitchell Meet

Sidney's Red Raider track and field teams both placed first on Thursday at the Mitchell Invite Track & Field Tournament. Sidney's boys team earned 102 overall points, besting second place Gering...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    April 11, 2018

Holtz Impresses as Bulldogs Blast Warriors 17-2

Senior Logan Sircy drove in four runs and homered while junior starter Zach Holtz pitched four innings for the Bulldogs as they defeated the Weldon Valley Warriors 17-2 at home in Peetz on Thursday....

 

E. Scot Norman - Obituary

E. Scot Norman, 59, passed away at home in Colorado Springs on March 19, 2018. He was born on May 11, 1958 in Sidney, NE to E. Dale Norman and Doris E. (Eberly) Norman. He graduated from Sidney High...

 

Dan Hart - Obituary

Dan Hart, 35 of Greeley, Colorado and a former Sidney resident died early Thursday morning, April 5, 2018 at the Northern Colorado Medical Center in Greeley. Funeral services will be held at 10:30...

 

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