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Articles from the March 23, 2018 edition

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Governor Recognizes Ag Week: Commends Agri-Plastics for Sidney Operation

National Agriculture Week was March 18-24, and Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts sees it as a time to celebrate Nebraska as well. "Agriculture is the heart and soul of what we do," Gov. Ricketts said Wednes...

 
 By Don Ogle    News    March 23, 2018

About 200 Students Attend WNCC's Sophomore Career Conference

Creek Valley's School Board upheld a teacher's release at a hearing Tuesday, continuing an action authorized at its February board meeting. The release was not due to any wrongdoing of business...

 

County Approves Bridge Project

The Cheyenne County Commissioners revisited a County Bridge Match Program Grant at its meeting this week. The program is for a bridge nine miles north and one mile west of Lodgepole. The commissioners...

 

Generational Prom Wraps Up Project

Everyone has a story, and Sidney High School students recently took the time to learn stories from a time well before cell phones and notebook computers. It was a time when a work day started early...

 
 By Don Ogle    News    March 23, 2018

Creek Valley Board Upholds Teacher Release

Creek Valley’s School Board upheld a teacher’s release at a hearing Tuesday, continuing an action authorized at its February board meeting. The release was not due to any wrongdoing of business...

 

Survey: Panhandle Ag Land Values Decline

Preliminary results from the Nebraska Farm Real Estate Market Survey released by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln revealed that Nebraska Panhandle agricultural land declined in value for the reporting year ending Feb. 1, 2018. The average farmland...

 

Sidney Student Narrowly Misses National Spelling Bee

A few weeks ago, Sidney had a competition generating the sweat and concentration of a chess match, and wrestling. While it did have a physical impact, it was a competition of the mind. It was a...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    March 23, 2018

Peetz Drops Baseball Opener

Spring arrived on Tuesday and with it brought the first game of the 2018 season for the Peetz Bulldogs baseball team as they traveled to Iliff to take on the Caliche Buffaloes. Although the calendar...

 

WNCC softball sweeps Northeastern Junior College

The Western Nebraska Community College softball team swept a Region IX conference doubleheader from Northeastern Junior College on Wednesday at Volunteer Field. In the opener, WNCC had home runs from Gabby Loya, Marlee Grant, and Michaela Kelly in re...

 

Red Raider Track Invitational Saturday

ORDER OF EVENTS 8:30 a.m. SCRATCH & ADD MEETING 9 a.m. FIELD EVENTS-4 JUMPS/THROWS-NO FINALS (Except pole vault & high jump) Throwing events will be held at the practice field east of the football stadium. Varsity boys discus followed by Varsity...

 

Alice Mae Larsen - Obituary

Alice Mae (Bell) Larsen was called to her heavenly home on March 16, 2018. She passed peacefully from this life at her home in Grand Junction, Colorado. She was 93. Funeral services will be on Saturda...

 

Candice Sue Hamilton (Holbrook) - Obituary

Born in Kansas, the beloved daughter of Eva Jean Petroff and Kenneth James Holbrook, grew up in Sidney Nebraska. Candie was the oldest of six children and graduated from Sidney High School in 1964. Sh...

 

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