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Articles from the July 22, 2016 edition

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Cyclist struck by semi east of Sidney

A Sidney bicyclist was transported to Regional West Medical Center in Scottsbluff Wednesday after he was clipped by the edge of a semi truck. According to the Cheyenne County Sheriffs office, a semi and trailer were headed east bound on Hwy. 30, when...

 

Noxious weeds discussed again with County Commissioners

In the Cheyenne County Commissioners meeting Monday, the topic of Noxious weeds appeared on the agenda once more. Noxious weeds first appeared on the agenda in a regular meeting on July 5. In that meeting area farmers brought concerns about noxious...

 

Night of Hope Luminaries help light the way

A subtle glow illuminating from simple white bags line the walking path, each one holding the name of someone who is battling cancer or of someone who has lost the fight. The glow comes from simple luminaries that not only provide a way for...

 
 By Don Ogle    Sports    July 22, 2016

Waverly stuns defending champs to take American Legion Class B Junior title

Baseball fans watching the Americal Legion Class B Junior State Tournament at Legion Field were given a surprise Thursday when the tournament came to an end. Hickman came into the state tournament as...

 
 By Don Ogle    Community    July 22, 2016

100 years and counting

Three farm families were recognized at the Cheyenne County Fair this week for long time farm ownership within the county. The family farms, Easterly Family Farm, Narjes Land and Livestock, LLC, and...

 

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