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Articles from the May 26, 2016 edition

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 By Anthony Ruiz    Community    May 26, 2016

Fairy Garden

Nearly a dozen 4-H'ers took on a small project with big potential Wednesday morning as they learned how to build and grow their own fairy garden. The workshop was held at Sidney Feed and Supply,...

 

String of burglaries under SPD investigation

A string of recent burglaries in Sidney are currently under investigation by the Sidney Police Department. According to Police Chief Joe Aikens, the first burglary happened on April 21, at Triple O's Building Supply, located at 633 10th Avenue. The...

 

Sidney's High Choir bound for California

Sunrise came pretty early for the Sidney High School (SHS) choir, who was bound for a choir competition in Los Angeles, California, Thursday morning. Both the SHS concert choir and the Sidney Singers...

 
 By Anthony Ruiz    Community    May 26, 2016

Council sets goals for 2017 fiscal year budget preparation

After requesting feedback from the community at their last meeting, the Sidney City Council approved this week the preliminary findings of their goal setting retreat from last month to provide city administration direction as they prepare for the...

 

Sidney trio to receive Chad Neinhueser Scholarships

Each year the Chad Nienhueser Memorial Scholarship is given to area high school students who are going to pursue a college education and have demonstrated leadership skills.  Chad was a Sidney...

 
 By Don Ogle    Community    May 26, 2016

Sidney Juniors toss Morrill in home opener

Sidney's Legion junior baseball team played its home opener Wednesday night with indications of what it is capable of accomplishing. Sidney jumped on Morrill with three runs in the bottom of the...

 

Jenkins signs with Bethel College

New Bethel College Head Coach Scott Weston has announced Shaela Jenkins has signed a National Letter of Intent to play volleyball next fall for the Threshers. Jenkins, a five-feet, 10-inches OH from...

 

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