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Articles from the May 19, 2017 edition

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Sidney High School valedictorian and salutatorian announced

Sidney High School's (SHS) class of 2017 had two students that spent their high school year's striving for the honor of valedictorian. This year SHS Valedictorian went to Annalise Lecher, with Samee K... Full story


New Finance Director

David Scott is City of Sidney's first finance director. The Lincoln native previously served as finance director for Bristol Bay Borough, Alaska, and comes to Sidney with a master's degree in finance...


Goal setting session yields few results

A goal-setting session held Tuesday by City of Sidney administrators and the City Council ended with a rough mission statement and few goals. During the three-hour discussion at Sidney Hampton Inn,...


Lightning safety signs to be posted around the area

With spring and summer temperatures often accompanied by thunderstorms, it's important to understand the risks lightning can pose while enjoying the outdoors. Region 21 Emergency Management Director,...

 By Larry Nelson    Community    May 19, 2017

Veteran William O. Graves

t was a round-about route to get into the military for William O. (Bill) Graves. At age 20 he was drafted by the Selective Service Board in Southern Illinois. He went to St. Louis, Missouri for the...


Daryl D. Dedic - Obituary

Daryl D. Dedic passed away in Longmont on Sunday, January 1, 2017. Coach Dedic was 82. Daryl grew up in Potter Nebraska and graduated from Potter High School in 1951. After graduation, he attended college at the University of Nebraska until he...


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