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Articles from the May 1, 2013 edition

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 By Stephen McKay    Sports    May 1, 2013

Coyotes look to improve despite series of personal bests at Pine Bluffs

Some people are never satisfied. Despite 21 personal-best performances and additional event wins, many members of the Potter-Dix track team didn’t feel it was a solid performance. “I would say... Full story

 
 By Stephen McKay    Sports    May 1, 2013

Pine Bluffs High School Invitational results

Pine Bluffs High School Invitational GIRLS Team Results 1. Kimball 91 2. Burns 90 3. Lingle-Fort Laramie 84.5 4. Pine Bluffs 70.5 5. Cheyenne East 46 6. Potter-Dix 43 7. Southeast 40 8. Cheyenne... Full story

 
 By Stephen McKay    Sports    May 1, 2013

Godfrey drives Creek Valley to Storm Invite win

Powered by his personal-best tournament score, Lane Godfrey of Creek Vally finished fifth in the Storm Invitational Golf Tournament yesterday at the Chappel Golf Club. Kyle Gorsuch of Potter-Dix shaved 16 strokes off his most recent tournament score...

 

Smartphones help patients carry medical records

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Hospitals and clinics are replacing paper files with sophisticated electronic health records. And although some systems can’t share information with each other, which could be a serious problem in an emergency, smartphones...

 

Colds

An estimated 66 million Americans get the common cold every year, and spend app. $40 billion a year on fixing it! In a two week high risk period it is estimated that a third of the United States will have a cold. Here’s something you may not...

 
 By Dave Heineman    Opinion    May 1, 2013

Nebraskans serving others

I encourage all Nebraskans to get involved in their communities as a volunteer during ServeNebraska Week of Service, April 22-28. Many Nebraskans generously give of their time through volunteerism every day, and this special week is set aside to...

 

Our view

May marks the 140th anniversary of this newspaper. The Sidney Telegraph began publication this month in 1873. Although archival examples from the early years of the Telegraph are sketchy, staff reporters back in those days had plenty to keep them... Full story

 
 By Hannah Van Ree    Opinion    May 1, 2013

Van Ree Report

For me the best part about this job has been meeting all of the different, amazing people that call Sidney home. I have found that everyone is uniquely different and bring their own special expertise in certain fields to the community table. Like... Full story

 

Card Shower

Happy birthday to Marguerite Cruise who will be 95 years old on May 6. We are inviting you to help her celebrate with a greeting card shower (no gifts please). Please send cards to Marguerite Cruise, 549 Keller Drive, Sidney, NE 69162. Thank you,...

 

Rose Behm

Rose Behm 1928 to 2013 Rose Behm, 84, passed away April 28, 2013. She was born November 5, 1928. She is preceded in death by her parents, Thomas and Louise McFadden, sister, Viola McFadden, brother,...

 
 By Associated Press    News    May 1, 2013

Three men charged in connection with Boston bomb case

BOSTON — Three men who attended college with the Boston Marathon bombing suspect removed his backpack from his dorm room at the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth three days after the attack, according to charges filed Wednesday. Azamat...

 
 By Associated Press    News    May 1, 2013

Midwest, Plains economic survey index dips

OMAHA — A monthly economic survey index for nine Midwest and Plains states dipped for the second consecutive month in April, but the survey’s organizer said the index indicates slow growth for the region in the coming three to six months. The...

 
 By Hannah Van Ree    News    May 1, 2013

Local providers support child care rating bill

According to Nebraska lawmakers, the state spends approximately $95 million on child-care subsidies each year for low-income, working families. Until now, the state has had no way of tracking the quality of care that these children receive through... Full story

 
 By Lisana Eckenrode    News    May 1, 2013

CodeRED sends critical communications to users

CodeRED is a free emergency notification service that allows officials to notify residents and businesses by telephone, cell phone, text message and email regarding time-sensitive general and emergency notifications. The system is used to send...

 

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