Articles from the September 23, 2020 edition

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Sidney Boy's Varsity XC Takes Second at McCook

Sidney Cross Country Team traveled to the McCook Invite on Thursday and had a successful day, with the boys' squad placing second and the girls' squad placing third against the area's best teams. Sidney junior Mitch Deer led the boys with a second pl...

 

City Recognizes Disabled American Veterans

City of Sidney Mayor and City Council Commemorate Disabled American Veterans Day WHEREAS, On the 25th day of September 2020 we mark the 100th Anniversary of the Disabled American Veterans organization, And WHEREAS, The Disabled American Veterans...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    September 23, 2020

Warriors Batter Longhorns, 61-24

Leyton's Warrior Football team has gone to 4-and-0 in the 8-Man Football league, with the Hyannis Longhorns the latest team to fall to the Warrior's multifaceted offensive attack and stifling...

 

Feel Good About Giving Back - Donate Blood in Chappell Sept. 29

CHAPPELL — Many people want to give back to the community but may not have a lot of time to volunteer. In only about an hour, volunteer blood donors can help save lives and feel instant...

 

Training for The Call

The sunrises and sunsets are varied shades of red against the tinted clouds, a symptom of the many fires that are or have been burning west of Sidney. Hurricanes have impacted the Gulf of Mexico regio...

 

The Unicameral Process Explained

How does a bill become law in the state of Nebraska? What is the process for a citizen to be heard in the Legislature? A public meeting was held Thursday, Sept. 17, at Sidney High School's Performing...

 

Business of the Month

Starting this month, the Sun-Telegraph is going to recognize one business a month that represents the integrity and commitment to customers that defines the core values of Cheyenne County. Our...

 

Nelson Joins Herstead Monument

Tom Nelson recently became the local representative for Herstead Monument Company. Herstead Monument Company of Scottsbluff “has always been in Cheyenne County,” according to sales and marketing m...

 

Darci Eileen (Jurgens) Dvorak

Darci Eileen (Jurgens) Dvorak, 47, of Alliance, NE, passed away on Monday, September 14th, 2020 in Denver, CO, where she was receiving treatment after a brave, three year long battle with cancer....

 

Collectivism vs Individualism

The ideological war we’re witnessing in America is as old as civilization. We’ve see the pattern played out over and over throughout history. Prosperous and powerful nations become corrupt and...

 

A Fan's Perspective

I ran across a book a few years ago called “Not A Fan.” The storyline is about getting up and being involved, not contently sitting in the bleachers. But to apply the words a little differently, w...

 

Financial Moves for Widows and Widowers

If you’ve recently become a widow or widower, you’re obviously dealing with an enormous emotional burden, and coping with your grief can seem like a full-time struggle. Unfortunately, the business of life must go on – and the financial moves...

 

Straight Talk from Steve

The Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights that I will begin outlining today will be included in legislation I will introduce in January for the consumption tax. The Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights consists of ten...

 

Make Our Election Sure

It seems like, we are always counting down to something, aren’t we? It’s like we want something new to happen, something exciting, something different, a looking forward to a future day, when the old routine of things will change. We hear this...

 

Becoming the Best State for Veterans

In Nebraska, our goal is to be the most welcoming state in the country for veterans and military families. Our servicemen and women make tremendous sacrifices to protect our freedoms. While we can nev...

 

Remembering Investigator Mario Herrera

I was deeply saddened to learn that Investigator Mario Herrera, a 23-year veteran of the Lincoln Police Department, had passed away after being shot in the line of duty on August 26. He was helping...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    September 23, 2020

Lady Coyotes Fend Off Lady Storm

Potter-Dix’s Lady Coyote Volleyball team evened their record to 5-and-5 during Homecoming Week with a victory against the Creek Valley Lady Storm at Potter Thursday night. Although the Creek Valley...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    September 23, 2020

Lady Raiders Getting It Done

Sidney’s Lady Raider Volleyball team racked up another three wins over the course of the week, with the third victory a thrilling come-from-behind win on the road in Alliance. The Lady Raiders...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    September 23, 2020

Sidney Stalled by Holdrege 34-10

After a big loss to Cozad last week, the Red Raiders hoped to get back on the winning track by traveling to Holdrege to take on the 1-and-2 Dusters Friday night, but again could not get their offense...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    September 23, 2020

Football Action Returns to Peetz

The day after the CHSAA rescinded their unpopular stoppage of Fall Sports, the Peetz Pack and the Raymer Renegades met on the gridiron in Peetz Thursday night for the inaugural game of the newly...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    September 23, 2020

Coyotes Rout Rams, 46-8

Potter-Dix’s Coyote Football team has something to howl about as they move their season record to 3-and-0 for the first time in well over a decade with a 46-to-8 rout of the visiting Crawford Rams a...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    September 23, 2020

Creek Valley Storm Batters Minatare 63-22

After an earlier season setback against Paxton, the Creek Valley Storm Football team seems to have righted itself with two straight victories, the latest a 63-to-22 win on the road against rival...

 

Pool team places second in championship

“Wild 9” out of The Rock in Sidney fell just short of advancing to the American Poolplayers Association (APA) 9-Ball World Pool Championships in Las Vegas when they lost in the finals of the...

 

Out of the Darkness event raises Funds, Awareness

The “Out of the Darkness” Walk Sunday had 119 participants, collecting $6,700 at the event in support of suicide awareness. This year the weekend also included a softball tournament. The sponsors...

 

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