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Thurow arraigned on child sex assault charges

A 49-year-old Sidney man was arraigned on a single count of sexual assault of a child in the third degree on Tuesday in Cheyenne County District Court. An arrest warrant for Robert Thurow Jr. was...

 

Counterfeiting defendant draws 180-day jail term

day spent there would count against her jail term. Sifuentez, 19, of Sidney, was also given credit for 54 days spent in custody after her Jan. 29 arrest. A plea deal in her case was made in April,...

 

Kettle receives prison time for growing pot

Floyd Kettle was sentenced in Cheyenne County District Court on Tuesday to 18 to 36 months imprisonment for growing marijuana. The sentence was handed down by Judge Derek Weimer after Kettle pleaded...

 

Fine Arts Center takes next step for liquor license

The Sidney Fine Arts Center could be serving alcohol at gatherings and functions without having to bring in an outside business to provide it in the near future. On Tuesday night, the center’s director of operations, Todd Flick, asked the Sidney...

 

Veteran's History Project - Lt. Gwen Moore

Lt. Gwen Moore U.S. Navy, 1959-1968 EDITOR'S NOTE: This story is one of many American Veteran accounts published in The Sidney Sun-Telegraph. The writer, who is from Potter, is conducting the...

 

Community Calendar 06-10-15

Through June 13 The Nebraska Chautauqua will present a series featuring six famous characters from U.S. history from June 9-13. The theme for this year’s Chautauqua, first person portrayals of historical figures, will explore the vast influences of... Full story

 

Pennington arraigned; bond amount lowered

Mylissa Pennington, 19, of Lodgepole, pleaded not guilty to six felony charges on Tuesday. Her case was bound over to District Court last week after a County Court judge found it appeared the...

 

Letter To The Editor: Right to Life addresses death penalty change

Dear Editor, With the repeal of the death penalty and ensuing referendum, we have been asked if we have a position on that issue. From its inception in 1973, National Right to Life and its 50 State Affiliates, of which we are one, has had a single... Full story

 

Letter To The Editor: Iraqi Army doesn't carry much weight

Dear Editor, The Iraqi Army has a history of moving to the rear and exposing their back sides to attacking forces. The Iraqi Army melted like butter when we attacked them in 2003. They faded away when ISIL attacked them, and then lost Mosul and most... Full story

 

What are your excuses for not investing?

We all make excuses. Most of the time, they’re pretty harmless. But you could be hurting yourself if you make excuses for not taking action in some areas — and one of those areas is investing. Not investing, or not investing enough, can have...

 
 By Ryan Hermens    Sports    June 10, 2015

Legion teams sweep rival Alliance

It's always a big game when the Alliance Spartans come to town. It's also a good way for the young Sidney teams to measure themselves against a quality, district opponent. Post 17 passed two big...

 

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