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Articles from the September 15, 2022 edition

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 By Mike Motz    Sports    September 15, 2022

Second Half Surge Powers Raiders Past Mustangs 34-17

Sidney’s Red Raider Football team played an outstanding second half and capitalized on Gordon-Rushville miscues to come from behind for a 34-to-17 victory Friday night in Gordon. The win moves...

 

Hajek, Keller on Ballot for Cheyenne County Assessor

The Sidney Sun-Telegraph reached out to candidates for Cheyenne County Assessor to offer a few questions. Melody Keller is the incumbent and Jordan Hajek is the petition challenger. Hajek contacted...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    September 15, 2022

Warriors Put Away Lions Early, 72-6

Leyton's Warrior Football team traveled to Morrill on Friday to match up against the struggling Morrill Tigers, and made quick work of their hosts, scoring 49 unanswered points in the first quarter...

 

'E3' Tour Coming to Sidney

Sidney's E3 chapter is hosting communities from across the state of Nebraska on September 22 and 23 this month to demonstrate where we are doing well and continue to build out opportunities to improve for the future. Individuals from the Nebraska...

 

Public Confronts Commissioners on Proposed Budget

The Cheyenne County Commissioners room was crowded Sept. 6 with residents seeking answers about the proposed budget. Tuesday's meeting included a budget hearing and summary for the 2022-2023 fiscal ye...

 

Game Day Traditions Explained

In Nebraska, there's “Big Red” and there's everyone else. But how many fans know the history of the color, or the mascot? The cliché “it takes one to know one” almost applies in this...

 

Michael Louis Hawkins

Michael Louis Hawkins, age 69, of Sidney, NE passed away in Kimball on Friday, September 2, 2022. Graveside services will be held at 11:00 AM on Friday, October 14, 2022 at Greenwood Cemetery in...

 

Celebrating No. 29

It started in the work environment. I had a routine every morning. Young in the trade, routine was even more important than it is now. I would make four to five stops before getting to the office in...

 

Delta Dawn When That Light Comes On

God created us a spirit exactly like Himself.  He gave us a soul and manufactured an earth-suit for our journey here.  We are a triune being but unlike God, earth dwelling brings up a fourth dimensi...

 

Return to 1968

With the on set of warmer temps I invite you to come with me on a short trip to 1968 and visit a couple of “cool” events in my past. As related in an earlier story, “The Blizzard of 1968”,...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    September 15, 2022

Coyotes Blow Away Hawks, 65-14

It's still early in the season, and again the Potter-Dix Coyote Football team is searching for an opponent that can give them a competitive contest. During last year's regular season, the Coyotes...

 

Look Closely at Open Enrollment Choices

Once again, it’s the season for football games and back-to-school activities. And if you work for a medium-size or large employer, it will soon be open enrollment season – the time of year when you can review your employee benefits and make...

 

Singing for Jesus

Some years ago, following fellowship dinner at church, the folks would gather together and have a good old fashioned testimony service with singing, sharing of blessings and telling what the Lord has done in their lives. The experience was like the...

 

Harmful Algal Blooms Alert issued for Iron Horse Trail Lake and Oliver Reservoir

Lincoln - The state has issued a health alert for Harmful Algal Blooms (HAB), also known as toxic blue-green algae, at Iron Horse Trail Lake (Wildlife Management Area) in Pawnee County and Oliver Reservoir in Kimball County.  Iron Horse Trail Lake...

 

State Farm Bureau PAC Endorses Kathy Wilmot for Board of Regents

LINCOLN – The Nebraska Farm Bureau Political Action Committee (NEFB-PAC) has endorsed Kathy Wilmot of Beaver City. Wilmot is seeking election to represent District 7 on the University of Nebraska...

 

Master Gardener Tips for the Panhandle

Lawn Down and Brown? — That’s okay, let it rest. Grass protects itself from scorching heat by going dormant. Let it rest during summer’s heat and revive when Fall’s cooler temperatures arrive. A half inch of water about every two to three...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    September 15, 2022

Lady Raiders Roll With Three More Wins

Sidney's Lady Raider Volleyball team continued their strong start to the 2022 season with three more wins in four chances over the past week. The team improved its record to 6-and-2, and the players...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    September 15, 2022

Bulldogs Bow To Cheyenne Wells, 62-8

Peetz's Bulldog Football team hosted 2021 State Champion Cheyenne Wells on Friday night, and the Tigers proved to be too much for the Bulldogs to handle. After ripping off 22 unanswered points in the...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    September 15, 2022

Leyton's Lady Warriors Go 3-1 Over Week

Leyton's Lady Warrior Volleyball team continued their good start to the season with three wins in four tries over the past week. Leyton now sits at 6-and-2 early in the season. On Thursday the Leyton...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    September 15, 2022

Raiders, Larson Excel At Mitchell and Gering Invitationals

Sidney's Red Raider Girls Golf team competed at the Mitchell Invitational on September 8, and the Gering Invitational on Sept 12, and Sidney's Aubrey Larson placed well individually in both...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    September 15, 2022

Lady Bulldogs Fall To Briggsdale

Peetz's Lady Bulldog Volleyball team is still searching for their first win of the season after falling to the Briggsdale Lady Falcons on Thursday in Briggsdale. The Lady Bulldogs battled hard but...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    September 15, 2022

Sidney XC Boys 2nd, Girls 3rd at Cozad Invite

Great running weather was in order for the Chadron Invitational on Friday, Sept 9, and the Sidney Cross Country team ran well against the best teams in the region at Chadron State College. On the...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    September 15, 2022

Lady Coyotes Hot Start Improves To 10-0

After an 11-and-18 record last season, the Potter-Dix Lady Coyotes have improved their play tremendously under second-year head Coach Keri Mendoza. Stocked with experienced juniors and seniors, the...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    September 15, 2022

Tough Week For Lady Storm Volleyball

Coming off of three straight wins early in September, the Creek Valley Lady Storm Volleyball team looked to have righted some of the miscues that plagued them early in the season. But this last week...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    September 15, 2022

Big Second Quarter Sinks Creek Valley Storm, 80-7

Creek Valley's Storm Football team is searching for their first win, and Thursday's home contest against the Crawford Rams seemed to be the chance the young Storm team needed. After a 91-to-6 loss to...

 

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