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Articles from the April 29, 2015 edition

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Plea deal struck for woman in local counterfeiting case

A woman arrested earlier this year in conjunction with an investigation into counterfeit money passed at area businesses has pleaded no contest to two misdemeanor charges. Briana Sifuentez, 19, of Sidney, appeared in Cheyenne County District Court...

 

Celebrating a 100th birthday

Mary Egging Schadegg celebrated her 100th birthday over the weekend at the Sidney Regional Medical Center with friends and family – many whom traveled from outside the state. She was born on April... Full story

 

NDOR releases 2014 annual report

Deaths on Nebraska roadways climbed to 225 in 2014 – the highest since 2007. But when the fatality rate per miles traveled is calculated, there’s no increase from 2013. The Nebraska Department of Roads has embraced a “Toward Zero Deaths” safe...

 

Veteran's History Project - Paul F. Sheaman

Paul F. Sheaman Master Sergeant U.S. Army 1943-1946 1950-1951 EDITOR'S NOTE: This story is one of many American Veteran accounts published in The Sidney Sun-Telegraph. The writer, who is from Potter,...

 

Melody J. Jung

Melody J. Jung, 51 of Potter, passed away at the Regional West Medical Center in Scottsbluff, Sunday, April 26, 2015. Memorial services will be held at 10 a.m., Friday, May 1, in the Holy Trinity... Full story

 

Bowker selected for Rotary Scholarship

Sidney High School senior MacKenzie Bowker was chosen as the 2015 Sidney Rotary Club Scholarship recipient. Bowker will attend Chadron State College in the fall and plans to study nursing. The $1,000 scholarship is provided by the fundraising activit...

 

High school exchange students reach record numbers in 2015

International Experience – USA, a high school student exchange organization, announced that its will welcome a record number of students to U.S. communities in the fall of 2015, mirroring a national trend. According to the Council on Standards for...

 

Sterling Police investigate Wal-Mart robbery

STERLING, Colo. – The Sterling (Colo.) Police Department responded to an armed robbery on Wednesday just before 1 p.m. at Wal-Mart located at 1510 W. Main St., Sterling. An investigation determined that a male approached the pharmacy counter...

 

Community Calendar 04-29-15

Thursday, April 30 Creek Valley Schools’ will hold eighth-grade orientation on Thursday, April 30 at 2 p.m. in the high school gym. It is designed to help in the transition from middle school to high school. For more information, contact Kathy... Full story

 

Gurley, Dalton firefighters receive grain bin rescue training

GURLEY – The Gurley/Dalton Fire Department received life-saving grain bin rescue equipment on Tuesday night, thanks to a donation from Farm Credit Services of America. A grain bin rescue exercise...

 

How can you become a 'healthy' investor?

May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month. This “month” is designed to encourage people to follow a healthy, active lifestyle. You can take steps toward this goal, of course, but why not carry the concept of improving health to other...

 
 By Stephen McKay    Sports    April 29, 2015

Sidney track teams sweep 'Best' titles

SCOTTSBLUFF – The Sidney High track and field teams made a clean sweep of the girls' and boys' titles at the Best of the West track meet Tuesday, while the Potter-Dix boys' 4x800 relay team set a...

 

CV golfers tie for 5th

The Creek Valley High golf team posted its best score of the season Tuesday, finishing in a tie for fifth at the Garden County Invitational. Dundy County finished on top of the team competition with a 342 with Perkins County taking runner-up honors... Full story

 

2 Bulldogs set school marks

With its full complement of athletes back in action after many missed the last meet due to a Future Farmers of America event in Vail (Colo.), the Peetz Bulldogs track team broke a pair of school records in a strong showing at the YW Area...

 

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