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Articles from the July 10, 2019 edition

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Sidney School Officials See Trend in Electronic Tobacco Use

Smoking and tobacco use among youth is not a new issue. For some, it is symbolic rebellion. For others, they may not even know why they smoke. What is known is tobacco use is not allowed on or in a...

 

History Relived in Sidney: Union Pacific's Big Boy Stops in Sidney

The highway was cluttered with fans, photographers, the curious and train enthusiasts as history repeated itself Monday afternoon. With the fanfare of an old-time steam locomotive belching steam and...

 
 By Don Ogle    News    July 10, 2019

4-H Club Project Honors Final Resting Place

A 4-H club project put a little spit and polish on a little-known private cemetery near Lorenzo last week, sprucing up the final resting place of a long-gone Cheyenne County family. The project,...

 

New Camp Exposes Youth to Panhandle Opportunities

Agriculture in the Nebraska Panhandle offers many career opportunities besides being a farmer or rancher. An entire industry has developed to support farmers in the field as they grow food; to process the food they grow; and research the best ways...

 

Mosquito Spraying Starts Sunday

The City of Sidney Parks Department will conduct initial mosquito spraying on Sunday evening, July 14. Weather permitting, spraying will continue 7:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. each Sunday into September....

 

CAPWN Provides Help with School Supplies

Families with students who need extra help obtaining school supplies have a resource in the Community Action Partnership of Western Nebraska (CAPWN). Through the organization, families can get assistance or supplies for the upcoming school year...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    July 10, 2019

Sidney 11U Earns State Title

After defeating the WESTCO Bluffs team for the second time on Sunday, the Sidney 11U baseball team ended the weekend undefeated and earned the Cal Ripken State Baseball Championship for the second...

 

Legion Post 17 Retires No. 24

Sidney's American Legion Post 17 baseball program retired the number 24 in honor of Tyson Herrera, who was killed in a car accident in Wyoming on April 22. It is the first number ever retired in the h...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    July 10, 2019

Tough Stretch for Legion Seniors

Sidney's American Legion Post 17 Senior baseball team battled through the last part of their regular season schedule over the last week, and were unable to pick up a win during the four-game stretch....

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    July 10, 2019

10U Earns Runner-Up at State

The Sidney 10U baseball team traveled to Scottsbluff over the weekend for the Cal Ripken State Tournament, and came away with a second place showing to end their season with a 28-and-14 record. The...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    July 10, 2019

Legion Juniors Edge Chadron

Sidney’s American Legion Post 17 Junior baseball team hosted the Chadron Nationals last Tuesday, and survived a comeback attempt by the visitors to earn a 4-to-3 victory at Legion Park. Micah...

 

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