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Articles from the June 26, 2014 edition

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 By Dave Faries    Community    June 26, 2014

Fire in the sky

Wednesday's sunset took on spectacular hues.... Full story


Contract labor pains

All the development projects underway in Sidney this summer make it difficult to find contractors willing to work on a job. The amount of work also inflates project prices. The city attempted to bid out several projects last week and received bids si...


Council approves deal to continue electric conversion

At Tuesday’s meeting, the city council approved a two year master contract with Midwest Cabling for boring work on the electric department’s underground conversion. In the past, the city considered buying its own boring machine and completing the...


Yard of the Month

Keep Sidney Beautiful Director Bev Arellano presents Jim and Cathy Powell with Yard of the Month. The Powells live at 2422 11th Ave. Nominations for yard of the month can be made to the Cheyenne... Full story


Community Calendar 06-26-14

Friday, June 27 Pairs-N-Half-A-Pair Square Dance Club will have a Patriotic Dance at the IOOF Hall from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. with Lucky calling. We will have PLUS dancing from 6:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, June 28 Ladies Chamber Farmers Market at... Full story


Tales of a coffee-holic: Objectification begins with a compliment

Stop telling small children that you know or you meet how cute they are. We have a habit of fawning over children and praising their parents for creating such cute kids. Most kids are adorable and parents like to hear it, however when you see a...


Letter to the Editor: Art with meaning

Your article in the Monday's edition regarding the Ponca Trail proposed by Congressman Fortenberry produced some interesting vibes for me and my family. One of the huge murals in the dome of the Nebraska Capital building painted by my nephew,... Full story

 By Dave Faries    Community    June 26, 2014

Potter Melodrama

At first all seems calm and mild in the old western town of Low Humidity Chasm, which one must assume is down the line from Dry Gulch. The only speck of trouble is of a personal nature-the devious...


Recital this Sunday

In collaboration with pianist Ann Cramer, Aaron Woodman, oboe, will present a recital of varied repertoire. The program, featuring works by Vincent, Paladilhe, Krenek, and Daelli, covers music written from the eighteenth century all the way to the... Full story


Legion Baseball - Sidney Juniors

Byron Rowley uses both hands to cut off a base hit. Sidney Juniors Hitting Leaders AVG (min. 30 AB) Mitch Rolls .333 Zack Means .286 Keaton Wakefield .258 2B Keaton Wakefield 3 Arik Doty 1 Tyler... Full story


Sidney Legion Juniors In Action

Brett Jaggers crosses the plate in a cloud of dust. Inset: Cody Wilson connects. Both images taken during Sidney's Junior-Senior twinbill at Chadron on Tuesday. Sidney Juniors Hitting Leaders AVG... Full story


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