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Articles from the September 1, 2016 edition

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Live Abundantly

Abundance is a support group to help victims become survivors and communicate in the recovery of sexual abuse. Their mission is to support, empower, validate, and educate survivors, as well as their families and supporters. Fee Rocha, who grew up in...

 

Robotics Club kicks off season

The 4-H Robotics Club held its first meeting this season on Tuesday at the Light Memorial Presbyterian Church in Sidney. The club is available for first through 12th grade. According to the...

 

Lodgepole celebrates 92nd Old Settlers' Days

What first started as a picnic has blossomed into a four day celebration that brings the community and surrounding areas together. Starting the holiday weekend early, Old Settlers' Days will kick off...

 

Elvis Tribute concert to benefit veterans

Veterans and an organization working on their behalf will benefit from a show featuring one of the nation's top Elvis Presley impersonators. Joseph Hall, from Branson, Missouri, was a top 10 finalist...

 

M. Winifred Nichols - Service Notice

M. Winifred Nichols, 99 of Denver and former Sidney and Minot, ND resident, passed away Sunday morning, August 28, 2016 at the Brookdale Mountain Rehabilitation Center in Denver. Military Graveside services will be held at 11 a.m. Central Time,...

 

Jessie M. Huaracha

Jessie M. Huaracha, 87 of Sidney, passed away at the Sidney Regional Medical Center Extended Care on Monday, August 29, 2016. A Memorial Mass of Christian Burial will be at 10 a.m., Saturday, September 3rd with a Rosary Service at 6 p.m., Friday,...

 

Sun-Telegraph to drop publication frequency

Some decision in life and business are more difficult than others. In the case of the Sun-Telegraph this one has been desperately difficult. After much thought, research and soul searching, the management at the paper has decided to move to...

 

Raider rusher

Sidney linebacker Derek Robb chases down Lexington quarterback Clay Hernandez in play last Friday. The Raiders are preparing to travel to Aurora tomorrow for their second game....

 

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