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Articles from the August 30, 2016 edition

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Cabela's, Arbor Day partner to rebuild forests affected by wildfire

Cabela’s Outdoor Fund and The Arbor Day Foundation have partnered together to replant in forests devastated by natural disaster. A press release sent out by the Arbor Day Foundation said the reforestation efforts, which include the planting of 200,...

 By Don Ogle    Community    August 30, 2016

Council meeting set to establish tax request

Sidney’s City Council will hold a special meeting Wednesday at noon set its tax levies for the general, street department and debt services funds. The special meeting is needed after council needed...


Erdman visits Sidney on campaign trail

In an event hosted by Peggy Popps and Wendall Gaston at Buffalo Point, Steve Erdman encouraged Sidney residents to vote for him for Legislature 47th District during the November election. Erdman has...


Fourth grade students plant fall tub gardens

This year 102 fourth grade students at North Elementary have planted fall tub gardens. Various short season seeds were planted in tubs, which were hand painted by the students. Students will work in...


Doggie Dash raises funds

Rasing funds for a local shelter, dogs and their owners will be dashing their way through a 5K run/walk at this years Old Settlers' Celebration in Lodgepole Terry Duffield, founder of Adopt-A-Dog...

 By Don Ogle    Community    August 30, 2016

Raiders open season with big win over Lexington

Sidney's Red Raiders opened their football season in a big way, scoring in nearly every way possible on the way to a 49-7 win over Lexington Friday at Weymouth Field. In the most improbable start...


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