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Articles from the August 10, 2022 edition

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Playground Celebrated

A big part of a public park is having somewhere for children to play, to be themselves. They want to play, imagine, have fun. Almost two years ago, two members of the Sidney community saw a downfall...

 

County Approves ARP Agreement

The Cheyenne County Commissioners discussed an Engagement Letter with Lutz & Company for consulting services regarding American Rescue Plan Act funding. The commissioners have discussed projects they...

 

'Night Of Hope' Celebrates 20 Years of Service to Cheyenne County Cancer Patients

For the past two decades there has been a constant in our small mid-west community - Night of Hope Walk For Cancer is that pillar. The organization has been a pillar in the cancer community providing...

 

Village of Gurley Board of Trustees Presents Check for Purchase of AED Device

The Village of Gurley Board of Trustees recently presented a check for $3,185.60 to the Gurley Fire Department and Rescue Unit for the purchase of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) device....

 

Delta Dawn When That Light Comes On

The Love Life is not Pollyanna or wimpy. “For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power, love and a sound mind,” 2 Timothy 1:7 Holy Spirit is power. God IS love. Jesus, the Master of...

 
 By Deb Fischer    Opinion    August 10, 2022

Improving Air Travel

If you or a loved one has traveled recently, you’ve likely experienced flight delays or cancelations. A combination of factors has disrupted our air travel system. According to the latest federal...

 

Small Town Values

There’s kind of a uniqueness in small towns that is too often overlooked. It isn’t the cafe that everyone flocks to because the cook/owner is also the founder from 50 years ago. It isn’t that...

 

When Can You Choose Retirement?

If you’re like most people, your work has been a central part of your life. So, wouldn’t it be nice to have the flexibility to decide when you no longer want to work? Many people of retirement age have achieved this type of control. In fact,...

 

Sending and Going

Over the last several months, I have had the blessing to disciple and train a young man that is preparing to be on the mission field in many countries, helping to combat human trafficking and work in family ministry. It has been such a refreshing...

 

National FFA Alumni & Supporters Awards Grants to Assist Chapters

INDIANAPOLIS (National FFA Organization) – National FFA Alumni and Supporters recently announced 15 grants awarded to chapters across the country. Give Back to Your Roots Grants, supported by Nutrien Ag Solutions, were awarded to the Central FFA...

 

U.S. Congressman Flood Discusses Beef Industry Priorities during Cuming County Roundtable

WASHINGTON, D.C. - U.S. Congressman Mike Flood recently visited Albers Feedlot in Wisner. Located in Cuming County, Albers Feedlot has a 100 year history that spans five generations. "It was an honor...

 

Donate Garden Produce

Delicious vegetables and fruits are abundant in August. And gardeners know that a lot of this produce is ready for harvest at the same time, making it difficult to use before it goes to waste. To avoid throwing out produce, start with a plan to use...

 

Running for High School Athletics

It was an early morning on Saturday for the 2nd Annual Raider Athletic Fundraiser 3K/5K run-walk. A big turnout showed up for the 7 a.m. start of the event, which benefits Raider A...

 

Bill Benson receives Edward Jones Award for Exceptional Achievement in Building Client Relationships

Bill Benson of the financial services firm Edward Jones in Sidney, NE recently earned the firm's Jim Harrod Award for his exceptional achievement in building client relationships. Benson was one of...

 

Nothing More Nebraskan Than the State Fair

We’re less than a month away from our state’s biggest annual celebration — the Nebraska State Fair.  From August 26th through September 5th, Nebraskans from across the state will gather to...

 

Straight Talk from Steve

The role of religion in our public schools has taken center stage once again. In June the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that Joseph Kennedy, a football coach in Bremerton, Washington, had a constitutional...

 

Planning the Future

What would your home town look like if you weren't concerned about your checkbook, an investor who could absorb some of the risk? Would you be big and bold? Would you have live music in the park...

 

Public Records

Sidney Police Department Aug. 3 1:44 a.m., Suspicious Vehicle, 13th Avenue and Jackson Street. 7:03 a.m., Traffic Stop, 9th Avenue and Illinois Street. 8:07 a.m., Fraud, Sidney. 11:33 a.m., Training,...

 

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