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Articles from the August 24, 2015 edition

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2 crashes in 3 days take place on I-80 near Sidney

Over the course of three days, two semi trucks were involved in separate single-vehicle crashes on Interstate 80 near Sidney. The Nebraska State Patrol led investigations into both crashes and said...


Sen. Fischer stops in Sidney for listening session

Nebraska Republican Sen. Deb Fischer stopped in Sidney Friday afternoon as part of a listening session tour throughout the state. The event was held at Serenity Café in downtown Sidney. A small...


Spachek working toward Eagle Scout

Sidney High School senior Jacob Spachek (center) worked toward earning his Eagle Scout rank Saturday at the Lodgepole Youth Valley Camp in Sidney. With the help from fellow members of Boy Scout Troop... Full story


Gas prices dip slightly across state over past week

Average retail gasoline prices in Nebraska have fallen 2.1 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.69 per gallon on Sunday, according to GasBuddy’s daily survey of 1,150 gas outlets in Nebraska. This compares with the national average that...


Community Calendar 08-24-15

Ongoing Dalton Prairie Sooner Museum open Saturday and Sundays from 1-4 p.m. for the rest of the summer. The Farmer’s Market is held on Saturdays through Oct. 10 at Hickory Street Square in Sidney from 8 -11 a.m. The Bridge Marathon will begin... Full story

 By Mike Carr    Opinion    August 24, 2015

Letter To The Editor: State's oil and gas industry has started to take spotlight

Dear Editor: Until this year, Nebraska’s home-grown oil and gas industry has been largely out of sight and out of mind of the public and state policymakers, and for good reason. Nebraska operators are small oil and gas companies, not giant oil... Full story


No Till Notes: 'Surgery has been put on hold'

My knee replacement surgery has been put on hold. I developed a bacterial lung infection prior to surgery. My doctor put me on antibiotics for a period of five days that lowered my white blood cell count, but not to normal levels. I then took another...


Lady Raiders hone skills at annual Gatorade event

In front of a sizable crowd at the Cabela's Athletic Facility on Friday night, the Sidney High volleyball team took to the court for the first time this season at the annual Gatorade Scrimmage....


Raiders put on show for fans in scrimmage

Before a crowd of several hundred, the Sidney High School football team took to the field Friday evening for its annual Gatorade scrimmage at Weymouth Field. With new Red Raiders' head coach Chris...


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