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Articles from the June 22, 2022 edition

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Blight Study OK'd

In November 2021, the Sidney City Council approved contracting with Five Rule Rural Planning to conduct a blight and substandard study. In his report, City Manager David Scott said the City is now in...

 

City Set to Approve Sales Tax Proposal

The Sidney City Council met in a work session June 6 to discuss renewing the City's ½ cent sales tax. In the work session, City Manager David Scott said the proposal was first brought before the...

 

Driver Arrested After Fatal Crash in Deuel County

JUNE 19, 2022 (SCOTTSBLUFF)  — Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol have arrested a New York man following a crash that claimed the life of a Scottsbluff woman late Saturday evening. At approximately 11:15 p.m. MT, NSP was called to a report...

 

'E3' Meets with Sidney City Council

How does a person move from an idea, a dream, to a successful business? That is one of the challenges “E3” is researching. E3, Energizing Entrepreneurial Ecosystems, evolved from Entrepreneurial...

 

Maverik Breaks Ground on Sidney Location

The site that previously offered a coffee with a variety of omelets, burgers and desserts will soon be the place for fuel, pizza, sub sandwiches and various other menu items. After months of...

 

Donald R. Flohr

Donald R. Flohr, age 77, of Sidney, NE passed away in Sidney on Friday, June 10, 2022. Memorial services will be held at 2:00 P.M., Friday, June 24, 2022, at Greenwood Cemetery in Sidney with Pastor...

 
 By Deb Fischer    Opinion    June 22, 2022

Entrepreneurship in Nebraska

I always enjoy visiting with Nebraskans and seeing the exciting developments happening across our state. As part of a recent state work period, I had the chance to spend the day in Hastings and...

 

Delta Dawn When That Light Comes On

“Jesus is Lord of lords (priests) and King of kings and those who are with Him are called, chosen and faithful.” Revelation 17:14. “They went out and preached everywhere, the Lord working with t...

 

Feeling the Squeeze

The Fed recently OK’d a .75 percentage point increase, the biggest increase since 1994, according to the New York Post. There were also rate hikes in March and May of this year. The reasoning behind...

 

Crypto: Investment or Speculation?

With cryptocurrencies so much in the news, you might be wondering if you should invest in them. But “invest” may not be the right word – because, in many ways, cryptocurrencies, or “crypto” for short, are more speculation than investment....

 

Tomorrow's Worries

“Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own.” Matthew 6:34 This is the Bible verse my Dad wrote in the Bible that he and my Mom gave to me many years ago when I was a young...

 

Relief for American Agriculture Producers

The importance of a strong agriculture economy to the state of Nebraska and our entire nation cannot be overstated. Often overlooked in policy conversations, the products supplied by farmers and...

 

Master Gardener Tips for the Panhandle

Be aware when fertilizing your perennials. Perennial flowers, ground covers and grasses don’t need a lot of fertilization and in fact some may react negatively. Overfertilized perennials may bolt, p...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    June 22, 2022

Zephyrs' Big Inning Too Much For Sidney

Sidney's American Legion Post 17 teams traveled up to Scottsbluff last Wednesday night, and the Westco Zephyr team used a big inning to pull away from the Sidney boys for an 11-to-3 victory. Sidney...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    June 22, 2022

Seniors Punchless At Ogallala

Sidney’s American Legion Post 17 Senior baseball team traveled to Ogallala last Tuesday to take on the Post 135 Adams Bank and Trust team, and went hitless in a 10-to-2 loss. Sidney scored on a wild pitch and a walk forcing in a run from third...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    June 22, 2022

Stingrays Host Annual Swim Meet

The Sidney Stingrays Swim Team held their annual meet at the Sidney Aquatic Center on Saturday, and other than some gusting winds, the conditions were ideal for a competition drawing the panhandle are...

 

Bashtovoi Awarded South Platte Natural Resources District 2022 Scholarship

South Platte NRD (SPNRD) is pleased to announce our 2022 scholarship recipient. SPNRD awarded one $500 scholarship to an outstanding area student. The SPNRD program is designed to recognize...

 

George Armstrong Custer

The Native American tribes had pet names for George Armstrong Custer. The Crow called him Child of the Morning Star, the Cheyenne labeled him Yellow Hair, but the Lakota Sioux referred to him as Long...

 
 By Steve Erdman    Opinion    June 22, 2022

Straight Talk from Steve: Double Standard

A double standard occurs whenever a set of moral principles applies to one group of people, but not to another. Today it is easy to find examples of how conservative Republicans are held to higher...

 

Public Records

Deuel County Clerk Arrested Following NSP Investigation JUNE 14 (SCOTTSBLUFF) — Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol have arrested a Chappell woman following an investigation related to purchases at the Deuel County Clerk’s Office. The case wa...

 

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