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Articles from the April 12, 2019 edition

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Split Vote Denies Property Purchase

An effort to purchase a downtown office building ended Tuesday with a split vote. Sidney City Manager Ed Sadler and Economic Development Director Melissa Norgard met with the City Council regarding...

 

Property Tax Collection Exceeding Recent Years

The Sidney property tax collections are exceeding recent years by 23 to 28 percent. Sidney’s Finance Director David Scott reported the condition of the City’s budget to the city council Tuesday...

 
 By Don Ogle    News    April 12, 2019

Martinez Loses Postconviction Appeal to Supreme Court

A man convicted of a 2012 murder in Sidney has been denied postconviction relief by the Nebraska Supreme Court. Larry Martinez was convicted in July 2012 in the shooting death of Mandy Kersham and...

 

Free Suicide Prevention Training Set

SCOTTSBLUFF -- At a recent community meeting, Shelby Benson noticed a lot of questions went unanswered in regards to suicide prevention. “I heard a lot of parents saying, ‘What can we do?’ There wasn’t a whole lot of specific answers for...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    April 12, 2019

Ross Commits to Chadron

Sidney senior Meaghan Ross committed to Chadron State College on Wednesday to play basketball for the Eagles starting in the fall. Ross signed her commitment letter accompanied by family, friends and...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    April 12, 2019

Brauer Signs with North Platte Lady Knights

Sidney senior Janay Brauer has signed on with North Platte Community College to play basketball for the Lady Knights starting next fall. The Sidney standout brings athleticism and leadership skills...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    April 12, 2019

Creek Valley Hosts Storm Twilight

Creek Valley High School played host to the annual Storm Twilight track meet Monday, and area teams competed in nearly perfect weather conditions as the late afternoon turned into evening. For the...

 

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