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Articles from the May 4, 2018 edition

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Coroner Confirms Deaths Murder-Suicide

Cheyenne County Attorney Paul Schaub confirmed in a press release Wednesday that Mark M. Arledge died of several gunshot wounds and Michelle L. Arledge died of a single gunshot wound. Mark Arledge... Full story

 

Event Supports Local Youth Program

Nearly 350 people turned out in support of the Sidney Shooting Park Saturday evening. The annual banquet of Rocky Mountain Oysters or breaded chicken and all of the fixings was held at the Cheyenne...

 

Mark M. Arledge - Obituary

Mark M. Arledge, age 52 of Lodgepole, NE and former Denver, CO area resident, passed away Monday, April 16, 2018. Graveside inurnment will be at 11:00 A.M., Saturday, May 5th in the Riverside...

 

WNCC Nursing Students

A group of WNCC nursing students spoke to Sidney Elementary students recently on the importance of hygiene. In particular, students learned how proper hand washing can prevent the spread of germs....

 
 News    May 4, 2018

Shade for Sidewalks

The City of Sidney “2018 Shade for Sidewalks Street Tree Program” is taking applications from homeowners for a chance to plant a 12 foot tall tree, in the city right of way. The right of way is located typically between the sidewalk and street....

 
 News    May 4, 2018

Be Prepared for Severe Weather

LINCOLN - It seems as if spring has finally sprung in Nebraska as the National Weather Service reports there has been an enhanced risk of severe thunderstorms across Nebraska from late afternoon throu...

 

Prom Royalty

Sidney High School held its 2018 Prom on April 21. Pictured from left to right are the Prom royalty: Jon Smith, Bret Jaggers, King - Grant Hausmann, Queen - Charlie Brockhaus, Emily Secrest, and...

 
 By Don Ogle    News    May 4, 2018

County Will See Lower Tax Valuations

A recommendation by the Cheyenne County Assessor's Office to lower the percentages on which property tax values are based has been approved by the Nebraska Tax Equalization and Review Commission. Last...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    May 4, 2018

Bulldogs Ready for District Tournament

Number one seeded Peetz had a bye on Tuesday, the first day of the 1A District 4 Baseball Tournament being held at Sterling High School. Today (Friday), Peetz will take on the Prairie Mustangs, who...

 
 By Jim Tenopir    Sports    May 4, 2018

How to Protect Young Athletes from Injury

One of the responsibilities that parents take most seriously is protecting their children from injury, whether it is buckling seat belts in a car or wearing a helmet while riding a bike. When their kids become teenagers and want to participate in spo...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    May 4, 2018

Peetz Competes at Akron

On Saturday the Peetz boy's Track and Field team traveled to compete in the Akron Invitational against fourteen other area schools. The Bulldogs took eighth place as a team, earning 50 points by the...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    May 4, 2018

Storm Golf Places 4th at Creek Valley Invite

On Tuesday, the Creek Valley Storm hosted the Creek Valley Invitational golf tournament where golfers from 12 area schools competed. Creek Valley placed fourth in the team competition, while the team...

 

Leyton FFA Bestows Awards, Installs Officers

Leyton's FFA Banquet was held on Friday, April 27th at 6:00 p.m. After the opening ceremonies by the Leyton FFA Officers, President, Paige Ernest, welcomed the guests. Vice President, D.J. George,...

 

Steele, Hutchinson to attend Cornhusker Boys' State

Michael Steele and Josh Hutchinson, students at Potter-Dix High School, will be attending Cornhusker Boys' State in June. Michael Steele, son of Daryl and Kerry Steele of Dix, has been very involved...

 

Piano Recital

Three Sidney students will be among performers at a spring recital featuring selected students of Patricia Randolph this Sunday May 6 at 3:30 p.m. at the Kimball Baptist Fellowship Church located at Sixth and Oak Street. Bailey Bagnell, Jordyn Cook...

 
 News    May 4, 2018

Nebraska Farm Bureau Tells EPA: "Glyphosate Critical to Agriculture"

LINCOLN – The Nebraska Farm Bureau says farmers, ranchers, and the environment would suffer the most if the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) were to limit or take away the ability to use Glyphosate as a crop protection tool. The Nebraska Farm...

 

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