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Articles from the May 11, 2023 edition

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 By A. Marie Hamilton    News    May 11, 2023

Lodgepole seeks new clerk

By A. Marie Hamilton, Sidney Sun-Telegraph LODGEPOLE – The Village of Lodgepole is seeking a new village treasurer/clerk as its former clerk is no longer with the village. Village trustees heard a... Full story

 By A. Marie Hamilton    News    May 11, 2023

SHS Cheerleader signs with Midland

SIDNEY – Sidney High School senior, Jesse Cortney, recently signed to commit to Midland University with a dance and cheer scholarship. His parents, brother, friends, fellow teammates, coaches and... Full story


May is Mental Health Awareness month

According to a report by Mental Health America, 21% of adults (nearly 50 million Americans) are experiencing a mental illness and over 28 million of those individuals received no treatment. It is vitally important to talk about mental health issues,... Full story


Summer Kickoff Features Golf and Music

Boss City Brewing, located inside Sam & Louie's in Sidney, is hosting their Summer Kickoff with a 9-hole, two-person scramble Shotgun Golf event at Hillside Golf Course on Friday, May 26. Golf starts at 5:15 pm, and after the event, dinner will be... Full story

 By Mike Motz    News    May 11, 2023

Just For Kix Has Day of Dance Programs

Sidney Middle School was the site on Sunday for an afternoon of dancing from girls ranging from preschool age up to high school. The Just for Kix teams held a program that lasted all afternoon, with... Full story


May 20th is the next Saturday available to get to the Sidney Landfill

Hours will be from 8am until noon. Landfill charges will apply unless you have your free dump card. Free dump cards are good for residential customers only. Construction and demolition waste, commercial waste, tires and Freon containing appliances... Full story

 By Bill Benson    Opinion    May 11, 2023

An Optimistic Look at the US Economy

Ronald Reagan won the 1980 election because of his upbeat creed, his optimism, and his sunny disposition, an attitude that contrasted to Jimmy Carter's beat-down-but-struggling talk. Reagan told the... Full story

 By Joshua Wood    Opinion    May 11, 2023

We Are Not Your Enemy

Public officials talking about hiring hitmen to take out the publisher and reporter of a newspaper seems like something from a tense, blockbuster thriller rather than reality. Yet, in rural Oklahoma, the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) is... Full story

 By Steve Erdman    Opinion    May 11, 2023

Straight Talk From Steve: LB 818

Last week we began debating budget bills in the Nebraska State Legislature. One of those bills, LB 818, appropriates $574 million for construction of the Perkins County Canal Project. That canal... Full story


Delta Dawn When the Light Comes On: Week Nineteen

"A good name is better to be chosen than great riches; by humility and honor of the LORD are riches and honor and [eternal] life." Proverbs 22:1, 4 The Bible declares, Jeremiah 29:11, that when God... Full story


Dean Raymond Rexroth

Dean Raymond Rexroth Born: August 25, 1955 - Sidney, Nebraska Died: April 17, 2023 – Valdosta, Georgia Dean Raymond Rexroth, 67, went peacefully to the Lord on Monday April 17th, 2023, with his belo... Full story

 By Mike Motz    Sports    May 11, 2023

Red Raiders Excel at Best in the West Classic

Sidney sent their very best track and field stars to the annual Best in the West Classic in Scottsbluff on Tuesday, May 2, and the Red Raiders turned in many outstanding individual performances... Full story

 By Mike Motz    Sports    May 11, 2023

Area Golf Teams Compete Across Panhandle

Cheyenne County area schools boy's Golf Teams have been extremely busy recently, making up for lost time earlier in the season due to uncooperative weather conditions. As the season winds down, many o... Full story

 By Mike Motz    Sports    May 11, 2023

Leyton Boys Second at Leyton HS Invite

A beautiful warm and sunny day with a slight breeze was on tap for the Leyton High School Invitational in Dalton on Friday, May 5, and area teams competed in the final big meet prior to the D-9 District Meet at Creek Valley High School on Wednesday,... Full story

 By Mike Motz    Sports    May 11, 2023

Shooting Sports Remain Popular in Sidney

Sidney's Shooting Park, as well as a few other locations in the Cheyenne County area, are busy with shooters competing in all different events and disciplines. On the first weekend of each month, Defe... Full story

 By Mike Motz    Sports    May 11, 2023

Marin Signs to Cheer for Chadron State

Creek Valley senior Emily Marin signed her commitment letter to attend Chadron State College, and participate on the Cheer Team in the Fall, on Wednesday, May 3. Family and friends celebrated the... Full story

 By Mike Motz    Sports    May 11, 2023

Polk Signs With Wayne State Dance Team

Creek Valley senior Chaeli Polk signed a commitment letter on Wednesday, May 3, to attend Wayne State College and compete on the Dance Team. Polk was joined by family and friends at the signing... Full story


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