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 By Don Ogle    Community    July 7, 2017

Wheat Harvest underway

Harvest has begun in Cheyenne County, with farmers pulling into fields in the northeast corner of the county this week. Combines made test cuts in a few fields prior to the Fourth of July, but...

 

Antitrust regulators sign off on Cabela's

(AP) — U.S. antitrust regulators have ended their investigation into Bass Pro Shops’ deal to buy Cabela’s, Cabela’s said in a filing Wednesday. The chain said the Federal Trade Commission signed off on the deal earlier this week, but banking...

 

County heads dispute salary cap

Concerns were raised at Monday’s County Commissioners meeting about inequities regarding maximum raises and salary caps. This has created a difference in wages offered across county departments. ...

 

Commissioners approve USDA APHIS contract

County Commissioners Monday approved a contract with USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Wildlife Services for prairie dog elimination. The contract not to exceed $11,877.50 for one and a half...

 

New Rev joins St. Patrick's Church

Rev. Mike McDermott, a native of Grand Island, is the new priest at St. Patrick's Catholic Church. It was St. Patrick's where McDermott entered into his vocation in January 1979, serving for two and...

 

GMCO to expand

GMCO Corporation, a Rifle, Colorado-based company, is expanding its efforts in Western Nebraska. Started in 1964, the company offers de-icing materials and provides dust control services. GMCO has one...

 

Shirley A. Mathewson Obituary

Shirley A. Mathewson, age 89 of Potter, NE passed away at Sidney Care and Rehabilitation Center in Sidney, Sunday, July 2, 2017. Memorial services will be held at 10:30 A.M., Friday, July 7th , in...

 

Hwy. 30 repairs commence downtown next week

Nebraska’s Department of Transportation has announced that weather permitting, work is scheduled to begin on US-30 on July 10 for repair of concrete panels. The work will take place on U.S. Hwy. 30 in Sidney’s main downtown business district...

 

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