Articles from the July 27, 2023 edition

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Commissioners discuss concerns of various funding projects

CHEYENNE COUNTY - Cheyenne County Commissioners discussed concerns of various projects funding and heard from residents concerned about the new cell-tower being built in the county at its regularly... Full story


Cheyenne County revokes bond in vehicle homicide case

CHEYENNE COUNTY – The Cheyenne County Attorney Paul Schaub announced after hours on Thursday night that the man involved in a fatal truck vs car homicide case failed to appear in court for his preli... Full story


Regional West announces closure of two family clinics, one in Sidney

SIDNEY – In a press release from Regional West, the health care system announced the closure of two family medicine clinics, one of which is in Sidney and the other in Chappell. “In working... Full story


Sidney Elks Club to host the 2024 Sidney Women in Agriculture Conference, "Hats Off to Ag Women"

SIDNEY - “Hats off to Ag Women” is this year’s theme of the annual Sidney Women in Agriculture Conference to be held on Aug. 4, 2023, at the Elks Lodge #1894 in Sidney, Neb. Participants will... Full story


City of Sidney warns of 'online survey' scam

SIDNEY – The City of Sidney wanted to inform residents that the city is not conducting any survey of its residents at this time, despite what social media posts might indicate. According to a... Full story



In a report that ran in the July 20, 2023 edition of the Sidney Sun-Telegraph on page 2A titled, “Visitors board approves six grants, discusses special meeting for budget” a few corrections need to be made: • The Potter Community Improvement... Full story


Sidney and Greater Area Fund and Local Businesses Donate to Cool Kids Club Program

SIDNEY - The Sidney and Greater Area Fund (SAGA) is a newly formed community affiliated fund under the Nebraska Community Foundation serving Sidney and Surrounding Areas. This fund is dedicated to imp... Full story

 By Pete Ricketts    Opinion    July 27, 2023

A Next Step for All Americans

One of the things I am most proud of from my time as Governor was how we improved services. One way we did this was by helping low-income Nebraskans find quality, higher-paying jobs through an innovat... Full story

 By Rich Lowry    Opinion    July 27, 2023

The military doesn't need diversity, equity and inclusion

House Republicans voted to end diversity, equity and inclusion programs and personnel at the Pentagon, and one wonders whether the U.S. military will ever be the same. The provision was one of a... Full story


Delta Dawn When the Light Comes On: Week 30

Things were bad in Babylon. The king had been dreaming, but had no idea what he dreamt, except that it frightened him. The Chaldean soothsayers were no help. The king grew furious and ordered the... Full story



The twentieth anniversary of Bob Hope's death on July 27th closes the "Season of Hope" that began with Hope's 120th birthday on May 29th. It will not be observed outside of this column, whose author u... Full story



Barbara "Barb" Anne Watson (Walker), 67, of Hayesville, North Carolina, passed away peacefully at home with family due to natural causes on Thursday, July 13, 2023. Barb was born in Sidney,... Full story



Delores M. Kurz, age 93, a lifelong resident of Sidney, NE passed away at her son, Robert Kurz, Jr. home in Sidney on Monday, January 9, 2023. A Graveside Service will be held on Friday, July 28, 2023 at 2:00 P.M. in the Greenwood Cemetery in... Full story

 By Mike Motz    Sports    July 27, 2023

Sidney Tops At Rowdy's Round Up Cheer & Dance Competition

It was a fine way to open this year's Cheyenne County Fair on Saturday, with the Sidney Cheer and Dance teams taking first place at the Rowdy's Round Up Cheer & Dance Competition. The Cheer... Full story


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