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Articles from the September 9, 2013 edition

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Wait and see attitude as fall harvest approaches

With the fall harvest just around the corner, many are wondering what farmers are anticipating. The yields depend on when the crops were planted, but overall, this year will yield a good harvest for corn, millet and wheat. However, wheat crops are...


Back on course

After receiving only one bid during the first attempt to contract out work on the city's golf course irrigation project earlier this summer, the city's second effort went much more smoothly. "There was far more competition in bidding," City Manager... Full story


Missing man died of an apparent self-inflicted wound

The body of Martin Wilson, 30, of Texas was located at 3:30 p.m. Friday in the pasture to the north of the Dinklage Feedlot in Cheyenne County. Wilson was reported missing Thursday evening after walking off a job site on the day before. He was last s... Full story


Slezak pleads no contest in 2012 incident that killed 5

Josef Slezak, 36, of Rivergrove, Ill. pled no contest Friday afternoon to four counts of motor vehicle homicide, a class IIIA felony and one count of motor vehicle homicide involving an unborn child,...


Raiders capture North Platte Invite in sudden death round

The Sidney Red Raiders golf team defeated McCook on the first hole of a sudden-death playoff to win the North Platte Invite Friday.   Senior Rachel Petik led the Raiders with an 80 to medal in third while senior Karson Langley medaled in seventh... Full story


Sidney silences Holdrege, 44-13

After their long journey to another time zone, the Sidney gridders found what they knew must have been awaiting them in this far off and hostile place. The Red Raiders arrived at Keifer Field to...


Potter-Dix stumbles in Garden County encounter

The Coyotes could not stop, could not contain Garden County running back Tristen Jackson Friday night. He carried for 203 yards and two touchdowns, leading a backfield that rushed for more than 300...


Cox, Bulldogs chew up North Park

Perhaps there is something about the oppressive heat that brings out the bulldog in the Peetz football team. Though Peetz's Garrin Cox wasn't exactly gnarling like a rabid canine, he played as if so... Full story


Warriors 'Cruise' to 64-6 win at South Platte

A.W. Frerichs and Brennen Cruise set the tone early. On the very first play from scrimmage Friday at South Platte, Leyton’s quarterback-receiver combination hooked up for a 49 yard touchdown. “I... Full story


Wallace blanks injury-weakened Storm

The young Creek Valley Storm visited the Wallace Wildcats for a Friday matinee and came out on the short end of 76-0 final. Because of the afternoon start, the temperature at kickoff was 106 degrees. With two starters not able to play, freshman...


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