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Articles from the July 2, 2015 edition

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 By Ryan Hermens    Community    July 2, 2015

Grand jury: Sidney police fatal shooting justified

A Cheyenne County grand jury has determined Sidney police officers were justified in the fatal shooting of the man who stabbed his wife and confronted responding officers with a knife in April. "The...

 By Ryan Hermens    Community    July 2, 2015

Sidney woman appears in court on local burglary charges

A 36-year-old Sidney woman appeared in Cheyenne County Court on Wednesday for a status hearing on charges of conducting a string of residential burglaries throughout Sidney and surrounding...


Sidney's Danz team earns bid to nationals at camp

The Sidney High School Danz Team participated in the National Dance Alliance camp at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colo., and earned a trip to nationals in Florida with its strong showing...


Across The Fence: From the Golden Gate to the Big Apple

The photograph of Nan and Lady Ellen appeared on the front page of the Sunday edition, New York Tribune on July 9, 1911. The photo, taken the day before, carried no in depth coverage of the...


Dress Down Day donation

The Lodgepole Visions Group received Dress Down Day Funds in support of its 4th of July fireworks display. A total amount of $765.80 was presented to the group and will be used to purchase fireworks.... Full story


Sidney's Sukup makes Dean's List at Peru State College

PERU, Neb. – Jordon Sukup of Sidney earned a spot on the Dean’s List at Peru State College for the spring semester. To make the Dean’s List, students must have a grade point average of 3.5 or higher for the semester, have completed at least 12... Full story


SRMC's new walk-in clinic aims to provide quick care

Area residents in need of minor medical treatment will soon have an opportunity to receive that care without long waits. Sidney Regional Medical Center will begin seeing patients at its new walk-in...


Jay Walker and the Library of Human Imagination

In 2002, multi-millionaire Jay Walker designed and built his Library of Human Imagination. Located in Ridgefield, Conn., Walker’s 3,600-square-foot home stores and displays his collection of books – more than 50,000 volumes – plus his myriad...


Good Old Days 07-02-15

Compiled By Delaney Uhrig These stories from the past first appeared in The Sidney Telegraph. Original writing is preserved, though some stories were shortened for space reasons. 50 YEARS AGO '200...

 By Stephen McKay    Sports    July 2, 2015


The Hillside Golf Course has been holding a weekly youth golf clinic this summer on Mondays....

 By Stephen McKay    Sports    July 2, 2015

Talking Sports: Legion coach makes tough call on rosters

Whenever the postseason in any sport nears, I always have the same reaction – the season sure went by fast. Well, it's that time of the season again. In just eight days on July 10, the American...

 By Stephen McKay    Sports    July 2, 2015

Sidney Legion teams continue skid

ALLIANCE, Neb. – The Sidney American Legion teams traveled the road to Alliance and finished on the short end of both ends of a junior-senior doubleheader Wednesday evening. Though mostly a...


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