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Articles from the July 17, 2013 edition

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 By Caitlin Sievers    News    July 17, 2013

Sweet tooth bandit alledgedly returns to the scene of the crime

One trip to the concession stand apparently couldn't satisfy an alledged burglar with a sweet tooth. James Russell, a 20 year old Sidney man, was arrested in connection with a break in that apparently... Full story

 
 By Caitlin Sievers    News    July 17, 2013

Sidney officials proud of state's high marks in recent polls

Nebraska ranks in the country's top five states in two polls for quality of life and business-friendliness. Nebraska was named second most business friendly state by Pollina Corporate Real Estate, Inc., a national leader in corporate site selection.... Full story

 
 By Floyd Brandt    Opinion    July 17, 2013

Moving benefits

I found an apartment—can you believe it? In one of the state's toughest housing markets? But now the move in, and I was not as thrilled about this. Reaching this apartment requires climbing (and carrying) up two flights of stairs. My plan of...

 

Night of Hope set for Aug. 9

Cancer patients and their families face the unknown daily. Beyond the disease and its ravages, there are mounting expenses for treatment, endless paperwork from insurance companies—some families must even make the choice between groceries or...

 

Keeping Cool Kids going benefits the community

During the summer, working parents often struggle to find a safe place for their children to spend the day. Cool Kids and No Limits were founded in 2001 as summer and winter after school programs...

 

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