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Articles from the July 6, 2013 edition

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 By Caitlin Sievers    News    July 6, 2013

In Sidney's Living Memorial Gardens, a reason for hope

Peace is a hard thing to find after the death of a loved one. But the Angel of Hope statue in Legion Park might give those searching for the elusive feeling a place to start. "You look down at a... Full story

 By Caitlin Sievers    News    July 6, 2013

Underpass work to delay emergency response

Next month's scheduled closure of the 13th Ave. underpass will likely slow emergency response times. The underpass will be barricaded temporarily as part of the Illinois street road project that has already affected 13th Ave. and Illinois St.... Full story


Across The Fence: 'Aunt Sally' and Dakota Gold

In June of 1872 a military post was built by two companies of the 6th U.S. Infantry under the command of Lt. Col. Daniel Huston, Jr. The new outpost was built at the confluence of the Missouri and...


Sainthood in the Roman Catholic church

VATICAN CITY (AP) — The faithful pray for the saints' intercession when particularly desperate. Cities around the world are christened after them. Even non-believers admire those with the "patience of a saint." The notion of sainthood varies for...


Editorial Round-up

Lincoln Journal Star on gay marriage Despite the U.S. Supreme Court rulings Wednesday in favor of gay marriage, Nebraska's ban continues to stand. Yet, even here there was jubilation. We suspect that support in Nebraska for the court's historic...


Lucille E. Smith

Lucille ‘Cile’ E. Smith, 96, passed away July 2nd in Cheyenne. She was born in Chappell, Nebraska on March 29, 1917 to Monte & Mary Jane Snider. She graduated from Deuel County High School in 1934... Full story


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