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Articles from the May 13, 2014 edition

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 By Dawn Graves    Community    May 13, 2014

On a roll

In advance of its grand opening, Sonic Drive-In held roller training on Monday. Roller skating instructors Troy Lee and Gina Guerra train new recruits.... Full story


School board approves more than $1 million in repair work

At Monday’s meeting, the Sidney school board approved bids for several construction projects to take place at some of its schools this summer. These projects include roof work, heating and cooling upgrades and window replacement. Right now its...

 By Doris Jensen    Community    May 13, 2014

May Flowers

Sidney Head Start children, parents and staff planted flowers at the Sidney Public Library on May 6th.... Full story


Salvation Army store opens in new location

The Salvation Army's new location on Illinois St. offers more space and easier accessibility. "It's not so congested," said Lori Borchert, Salvation Army board member. The Salvation Army's old store...


Death Notice - Betty J. Hoven

Betty J. Hoven, 87 of Sidney, passed away Monday morning, May 12, 2014 at the Golden Living Center in Sidney. Cremation has been held. Memorial services are pending and will be announced when available. Gehrig-Stitt Chapel & Cremation Service, LLC... Full story


Robert Y. Dorwart

Robert Y. Dorwart, 79 of Scottsbluff, and former Sidney resident, passed away Saturday morning, November 23, 2013 at the Golden Living Center in Scottsbluff. A Memorial Mass will be held at 1 p.m.,... Full story


Court Briefs 05-13-14

The following people appeared in Cheyenne County Court on Monday, May 12, before the Honorable Randin Roland: Jose Perez age 34 of Sidney, appeared for entry of plea on a charge of DUI 1st High Test, a class W misdemeanor. He pled guilty to DUI 1st... Full story

 By Dave Faries    Opinion    May 13, 2014

From the editor: It's all about experience

During the primary campaign a steady stream of Republican candidates turned our front door into something like a turnstile. We lost track of the number as visits increased toward the end. It was just a blur of future governors, Senators and attorney...


Thinking about health: Who comes between you and your doctor?

How many times have you heard politicians say that no bureaucrat should come between you and your doctor? You and your physician should decide when you need to go to the hospital or when you might want to wait out that cold before taking an...

 By Stephen McKay    Sports    May 13, 2014

Peetz star headed to Bethany College

Because of his joy for a game that has been part of him as long as he can remember, Josh Fiscus not only brought his considerable talents to the Peetz basketball court every game the past four years...


2014 4-H district horse show competitions set to start in June

Nebraska horse riders will compete June 9-14 in University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension 4-H District Horse Shows. Competition categories include Western pleasure ponies, junior and senior divisions of Western pleasure, Western horsemanship, hunter... Full story


Hole in one

Sidney resident Marshall Bowen sank his first hole in one in some 40 years of golfing during a Saturday morning round at Hillside Golf Course. Bowen aced the 4th hole, a par 3, using an 8 iron. Bryan... Full story

 By Stephen McKay    Sports    May 13, 2014

Getting ready for districts

The Raiders' Nick Conger runs the 110 hurdles at the Bayard BCD.... Full story

 By Dave Faries    Sports    May 13, 2014

Getting ready for districts

Creek Valley's 4x100 team (here anchor Summer Mueller takes the baton from Hannah Blackwelder) captures the top podium spot at the Bayard BCD.... Full story


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