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Articles from the June 26, 2019 edition

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 By Don Ogle    News    June 26, 2019

MMP Purchases Former Cabela's Warehouse

MMP Enterprises Inc. of Toronto, Canada announces it has signed the purchase agreement to acquire the former Bass Pro Shops / Cabela’s distribution center at 3200 Rd 101 north of Sidney. Chosen...

 

TDN Tours Panhandle Nebraska

On Tuesday, June 18, bicyclists arrived in Sidney in preparation for the 2019 Tour De Nebraska. This year, the annual tour started and stopped at Sidney High School with host locations and several...

 
 By Don Ogle    News    June 26, 2019

Car Bowl to Fill Potter Streets with Activity

Potter's streets will be filled to the brim with activities this weekend as the 5th Annual Potter Car Bowl gets underway. For those who can't wait until Friday night's official kickoff, they can see...

 

Sidney to Host 2020 Nebraska Economic Developers Association

The City of Sidney and Cheyenne County Economic Development Partnership are pleased to announce Sidney will be the host community for the 2020 Nebraska Economic Developers Association (NEDA) conference. The conference brings together economic develop...

 

Firework Safety

With the approach of the Fourth of July and the fireworks fun that come with it, the Sidney Police Department reminds residents of tips to enjoy fireworks safely. The police department wants to...

 

Creek Valley Principal Among Award Winners

Region V of the Nebraska State Association of Secondary School Principals announces their award winners for the 2018-2019 school year. Region V extends north and south on a line from McCook to Valenti...

 

Dr. John Harms to Serve as WNCC Interim President

SCOTTSBLUFF — The Western Community College Area (WCCA) Board of Governors has named former longtime Western Nebraska Community College president Dr. John Harms interim president of WNCC. WCCA Board Chair Lynne Klemke made the announcement during...

 

Downtown Sounds

Rains kept some away, but a number of people brought their umbrellas and enjoyed the Spinks Trio at the Downtown Sounds concert series Friday at Hickory Square....

 

Torch Run

Sidney's Cross Country Team ran a leg in the Nebraska State Games Torch Run, bringing the torch to Hickory Square during Downtown Sounds....

 

Grass Fire

A City Electric Department worker manipulates electrical wires so the fire department can move in to extinguish a grass fire Monday. Workers said it appeared the fire was started when winds whipped...

 

Water Main Break

City of Sidney Water Department workers dig to find the spot of a water main break at 10th and Toledo Monday. They were able to make the repair and get traffic back running in a few...

 
 By Don Ogle    Community    June 26, 2019

Kisst Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary

Veronica Phelps bags products for a customer as she celebrated KISST Organics' 10th Anniversary....

 
 By Mike Motz    Community    June 26, 2019

"Guns" Defeat "Hoses" at Charity Softball

It was another big win for the "Guns" team comprised of Sidney, Cheyenne County, and State police officers that went up against the "Hoses" team of Sidney Firefighters on Sunday at Legion Park. The...

 

Sidney 10U Wins Wood Bat Tournament

Sidney's 10U Little League team won the Sidney Wood Bat Tournament over the weekend, and are on a 10-game winning streak after winning the Brush Summer Sizzler Tournament last weekend. The team has...

 

Golf Results

Wednesday Night Golf League Results - June 19, 2019 Week 6 Points (Division 1 Players Weekly Points McCarville/Petik 2 Ringleman/Lawson 3 Frerichs/S. Wamsley 4 R. Haupt/Hajek 3 Burke/Lambrecht .5 Yahn/Henry 2 Smith/Steffens 4 M. Haupt/T. Richards...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    June 26, 2019

Nesbitt Sets Two Meet Records

Youth swimmers from all around the panhandle area traveled to Sidney to compete in the Sidney Pentathlon, and a day that started with chilly temperatures and overcast skies changed into a sunny day...

 

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