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Articles from the August 1, 2018 edition

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Trash Rates Go Up Next Month

Sidney City Manager Ed Sadler announced in the July 24 city council meeting that the finance bonds for the landfill have been sold. The funds will be loaned to the City at 3.35 percent with cash...

 

New Business Sprouts Up in Sidney

The project started from a news cast of lettuce and similar vegetables being recalled. The recall was first at specific restaurants, then later at grocery stores. While at a Juice Plus Tower Garden...

 

1:1 Chromebook Program Starts This School Year

A more flexible education and homework approach will be implemented in the Sidney Public Schools this year. Consider if a teacher could assign a research project with a list of specific sources,...

 

Corn Board to Meet in Brule

LINCOLN - The Nebraska Corn Board will hold its next meeting Wednesday, August 15 and Thursday, August 16, 2018 at Bayside located at 865 Lakeview West Rd, Brule, Nebraska. The Board will conduct...

 
 By Don Ogle    News    August 1, 2018

Ballots Sent to Sidney Homes

By now, Sidney's registered voters have received a large, white envelope from the Cheyenne County Clerk's office containing a mail-in ballot. The question posed to voters is a small change to the city...

 

Kiwanis Award Scholarships to Kilmurray, Cortney

Cassandra Kilmurray and Braydon Cortney are the recipients of the 2018 Sidney Kiwanis Youth Scholarship. Kilmurray is a 2018 graduate of Sidney High School. She graduated 13th in her class with a 4.0...

 

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