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Articles from the May 12, 2014 edition

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  • 2014 Graduation - Sidney

    Donna Wiedeburg - For The Sun-Telegraph|May 12, 2014

    Sidney students celebrated before a large crowd on Sunday afternoon with graduate's faces reflecting the emotion of the moment.... Full story

  • 2014 Graduation - Leyton

    Dave Faries|May 12, 2014

    At Leyton High School on Saturday, graduates followed commencement traditions, listened to speeches and thanked family members.... Full story

  • Work on 10th Ave. to run through October

    Caitlin Sievers|May 12, 2014

    The city plans to begin work on the removal and replacement of the deteriorating pavement on 10th Ave. between Osage St. and Illinois St. today. This project involves improvements to the storm sewers along 10th Ave., in order to improve drainage and limit flooding on the roadway. It will also include replacing the outer portion of the sidewalk on that stretch of road to align with ADA compliance, according to public services director John Hehnke. The project will be completed in phases, with traffic re-routed from 10th Ave. to 13th Ave. around...

  • Carnival company will take part in county fair

    Caitlin Sievers|May 12, 2014

    After some negotiation, Sun Valley Rides made an agreement with the Cheyenne County Fair Board to participate in this year’s fair. The fair board announced last month that the carnival was not returning to the event this year. Board members were worried that without a carnival, it would have a hard time drawing visitors to the fair, which has been a concern in past years even with the carnival in action. The carnival company claimed that it previously backed out due to financial issues. Sun Valley Rides blamed horrible weather last summer, whic...

  • Court Briefs 05-12-14

    May 12, 2014

    The following people appeared in Cheyenne County District Court on Wednesday, May 7, before the Honorable Derek Weimer: Sean Gdowski, age 34 of Dalton, appeared for a status hearing on a charge of Theft by Receiving Stolen Property, Attempted Possession of Meth with Intent to Deliver within 1,000 feet of a school zone, Possession of Meth and Criminal Possession of Financial Transaction Device. These are class III, II, IV and III felonies, respectively. A status hearing set for May 13 at 8:30 a.m. to set a trial date or enter a plea. Gina... Full story

  • Letter to the Editor: Doing Sidney right

    C.J. Cornelius|May 12, 2014

    Our community should be right proud of our city manager’s testimony before a US Senatorial audience recently. It sort of put our city in the national limelight for a short time and certainly a lot of the credit accrues to our own Gary Person. I have known Gary since he first appeared on the scene as a reporter for the Scottsbluff Star Herald and have worked with him on many of his projects over the years. He has exemplified the traits that have identified those of vision and common sense which are more often seen in the midwest. We are f... Full story

  • No Till Notes: 'Cheat grass'

    Mark Watson, Resources Conservationist|May 12, 2014

    I wish I had all the money I’ve spent over the years trying to control cheat grass on our farm. Cheat grass has been a problematic weed in winter wheat production for as long as anyone can remember. My grandfather and father were battling cheat grass when I was a young boy starting out farming. We were conventionally tilling our ground in a winter wheat/summer fallow cropping rotation. Dad would use a stubble mulch farming practice to maintain more residues on the soil surface. This would usually involve a couple of early season disking of t...

  • Raiders dominate Bayard BCD

    Stephen McKay|May 12, 2014

    As Sidney's Logan Lewis posed for pictures with a large medallion around his neck following the Bayard BCD Invitational on Friday, it must have seemed a little like deja vu. In what was a fitting end to a remarkable day for the Sidney Red Raiders--both the boys and girls earned runaway victories--Logan Lewis was was awarded the Male Athlete of the Meet award. The boys took the title with 142 points to top runner-up Mitchell (112.5) by nearly 30 points. In the girls competition, Sidney (116...

  • Potter-Dix sweeps county invite

    Dave Faries|May 12, 2014

    Potter-Dix swept the team competition, in part thanks to Alexus Rozelle's record-setting performance in the throwing events. Leyton's Jessica Houk again outraced everyone in the sprints. The Creek Valley 4x100 team scored an impressive victory, while Ryan Aurich of Sidney's JV squad set a new meet record in the 3200 meter run-all highlights of the Cheyenne County meet held in Sidney on Friday. Potter-Dix "I was hoping to PR," Alexus Rozelle said after throw 37 feet warming up for the shot put...

  • One tough inning knocks Peetz from state tourney

    Stephen McKay|May 12, 2014

    Jumping out to a 6-1 lead in the Class 1A 2014 CHSAA State Baseball Championships at All-Star Park in Lakewood, Colorado Saturday, Peetz had plenty of reason to feel optimistic about moving on. But then the fourth inning happened. Powered by five runs in the bottom of the fourth, the Dove Creek Bulldogs turned back the local 'Dogs in a first-round game 9-7. Although he held Dove Creek hitless through two innings and scoreless through three, Bradey Holtz was removed during a shaky fourth. Cody...

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