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Articles from the May 3, 2019 edition

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Cheyenne County Loses Passionate Attorney and Judge

Doing his job wasn't enough. He wanted to invest in his community socially and intellectually. He wanted to be a judge who would offer certain offenders a second chance. The Honorable Judge Thomas...

 

Recycling Success a Complex Equation

The pepperoni pizza arrives with a two-liter bottle of a carbonated beverage. In the cooler is an assortment of other beverages in bottles and cans. When the meal is done, the remaining question is wh...

 

Students Challenged to be Real

What if people started looking beyond the obvious, spent less time judging on the mask a person wears and more time relating to the person behind the mask? What if safety in a school started with stud...

 

Superhero 5K Run Exceeds Expectations

The wind and cool weather didn’t stop the caped crusader or the web crawler from running for a cause Saturday. Plains West CASA hosted its first Superhero 5K run Saturday, April 27, at Legion Park....

 
 News    May 3, 2019

Sidney High School Night of Excellence

The Sidney High School 2018-2019 Evening of Excellence will be held Wednesday, May 8. The Evening of Excellence is the night in which Sidney High School and the community honor students who have achieved excellence in their high school endeavors....

 
 News    May 3, 2019

Gov. Ricketts Proclaims May as Beef Month in Nebraska

LINCOLN – Governor Pete Ricketts was joined at the State Capitol by representatives from Nebraska's beef industry Wednesday to proclaim May as Beef Month. Nebraskans celebrate Beef Month every May t...

 
 News    May 3, 2019

Local Music Students Recognized

SCOTTSBLUFF — Western Nebraska Community College hosted the 2019 NSAA District VI Music Contest on Thursday, April 18. Nearly 500 vocal and instrumental musicians, representing area high schools including Banner County, Bayard, Bridgeport,...

 

Spring Sing at Central Elementary

Central Elementary School students performed their Central Spring Sing Wednesday. The kindergarten students sang songs including "Bought Me a Dog," "The Old Grey Cat," "Grizzly Bear," "the Other Day...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    May 3, 2019

Peetz Track Teams Compete at Akron

The Peetz Bulldog Track and Field team traveled on Saturday to compete in the Akron Invitational, and the boys team finished eighth out of 17 teams, while the girls placed 16th in a field of 16 teams....

 

Fall 2018 Turkey Hunters Report High Satisfaction

LINCOLN, Neb. – Hunters expressed a high level of satisfaction with their 2018 fall turkey hunting experiences, according to a Nebraska Game and Parks Commission survey. Ninety-seven percent of respondents indicated they would return to Nebraska...

 

Thomas Henry Dorwart - Obituary

The Honorable Thomas Henry Dorwart, 89, passed away on April 28, 2019, in Sidney, Nebraska. Tom, the son of Dr. Thomas Yule and Virginia Florentine (Greene) Dorwart, was born on September 10, 1929,...

 

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