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Articles from the September 21, 2015 edition

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Commissioners concerned about possible I-80 detours to Hwy. 30

A pair of proposed projects that call for a detour of a section of Interstate 80 traffic onto U.S. Highway 30 could cause traffic snarls, the Cheyenne County Board of Commissioners warned. At a regular meeting on Monday, commissioners unanimously...

 

88th Annual Dalton Fall Festival

DALTON – Hundreds of residents and visitors turned out last weekend for the 88th annual Dalton Fall Festival. "It went really well," Paul Parker, chairwoman of the organizing committee, said on...

 

Junior Cheer Camp performs at halftime

The Sidney High School Cheerleaders hosted a Junior Cheer Camp for kids in grades Pre-K through 6th on Friday. There were about 90 participants. During the clinic after school, the cheerleaders...

 

Death Notice: Geneva A. Lubash

Geneva A. Lubash, 91, a longtime Sidney resident, passed away Sunday evening, Sept. 20, 2015 at Emerald Court in Scottsbluff. Funeral arrangements are pending and will be announced when available. Gehrig-Stitt Chapel & Cremation Service, LLC is in... Full story

 

Community Calendar 09-21-15

Ongoing Cancer survivor support group meets every SECOND Thursday from 5:30-7 p.m. at Dorwart Cancer Care Center. Great topics/food/fellowship. Call Leslie at (308) 250-1113 with questions. A Parkinson’s support group for the Western Nebraska area... Full story

 

Celebrating 150 years

For 150 years Salvation Army has serviced countless communities. This week, Sidney's Salvation Army is celebrating the 150th anniversary with store discounts. Pictured is: Salvation Army store...

 

Average gas prices fall

Average retail gasoline prices in Nebraska have fallen 5.8 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.38 per gallon on Sunday, according to GasBuddy’s daily survey of 1,150 gas outlets in Nebraska. This compares with the national average that...

 

4-H shooting sports leader certification workshop set for Oct. 10-11

A Nebraska 4-H Shooting Sports Leader Certification Workshop is scheduled for Oct. 10-11 at Scottsbluff. Oct. 1 is the registration deadline. The workshop will provide volunteers with an opportunity to become certified as an adult (21 years and...

 

No Till Notes: 'Conservation agriculture, part 2'

Last week I introduced you to Rattan Lal, director of the Carbon Management and Sequestration Center at Ohio State University. Lal published an article on his concepts for developing a conservation agricultural system for our farms and ranches. His...

 

Leyton volleyball wins tourney

BRIDGEPORT – Despite arriving home late from Wallace on Friday night after defeating the Wildcats (5-3) in four sets, the Leyton Lady Warriors showed no ill effects as they cruised to victory in...

 

Sidney golfers capture 2nd in Scottsbluff

The Sidney High golf team continued its strong play on Saturday as it adorned three more medalists on its way to a runner-up finish at the Scottsbluff Invite on Saturday. The Raiders’ top four scorers combined for 388 strokes over the 5,467-yard...

 

Runners compete in Alliance

After competing at McCook just two days earlier, the Sidney Red Raiders cross country teams sent a less experienced squad to the Alliance Invite on Saturday to compete at Sky View Golf Course. The...

 

Peetz runs past South Park, 46-6

The Peetz Bulldogs (2-2) handed the South Park Burros (2-1) their first loss of the season with a convincing 46-6 win Friday night at a neutral site in Deer Trail, Colo. Junior Cody Wilson helped...

 

Red Raiders fall to powerhouse McCook, 35-13

Despite the energy flowing from more than 1,000 screaming Sidney Red Raiders' fans at Weymouth Field Friday night, the McCook Bison quickly stunned the crowd by returning the opening kickoff 87 yards...

 

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