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Articles from the June 1, 2015 edition

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 By Ryan Hermens    Community    June 1, 2015

Grand jury to convene in police shooting

Two Sidney Police officers involved in an April shooting that led to the death of a Sidney man are back on the job after a Nebraska State Patrol investigation determined the officers’ use of force was appropriate. Sidney Police Sgt. Chad Borgmann...

 
 By Ryan Hermens    Community    June 1, 2015

Limitations placed on camping at fairgrounds

Year-round campsites at the Cheyenne County Fairgrounds will no longer be available following a decision by county commissioners this week. A few campers already on the premises must leave by July 1, and, as of Monday, no new campers will be allowed...

 

Chappell farmer elected Plains Grains chairman

Local farmer and Nebraska Wheat Board District 3 Director Larry Flohr of Chappell was recently named chairman of Plains Grains Inc. Flohr is a certified wheat and millet seed dealer and corporation...

 
 By Ryan Hermens    Community    June 1, 2015

HITTING THE LINKS

Cody Childers, of Sidney, practices on the driving range at Hillside Golf Course on Sunday evening as he enjoyed a break from the near-constant rain over the past two weeks and warmer temperatures.... Full story

 

HONORING HISTORY

The 23rd Annual Ash Hollow Historical Pageant will be held Friday, June 12 and Saturday, June 13 at Ash Hollow State Historical Park, near Lewellen on Highway 26. There will be a chuck wagon supper...

 

Senior Legion team struggles, 5th in tourney

The Sidney senior American Legion team struggled through its first two games at the Gering Tournament over the weekend before salvaging the final game against Hershland. After winning the finale, Sidney finished the tournament in fifth among the six...

 

Sidney track teams set 3 school records

Both Sidney High School Red Raiders boys’ and girls’ track teams finished a successful season as the girls tied with Scottsbluff for the District B-6 championship while the boys won a state title for the first time since 1970. At the state meet...

 
 By Stephen McKay    Sports    June 1, 2015

PUTTING IN THE WORK

Sidney High School girls' basketball coach Tyler Shaw, pictured at left, conducted a camp last week at the Cabela's Athletic Facility. Returning Lady Raiders as well as incoming freshmen players... Full story

 

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