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Articles from the September 24, 2013 edition

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Lawyers increasingly scarce in Sidney, rural Nebraska

A shortage of lawyers means a lack of justice. While in some areas, the legal market is oversaturated, the number of qualified attorneys in rural areas is shrinking rapidly. Many counties are underserved at the moment, according to the Nebraska... Full story


Then and now

I am at an age where the present is elusive. You know what I mean. While I know the name, I have never watched Tina Fey on the small screen. Instead, I just assume Fey and her modern sitcom colleagues will never measure up to the greats—meaning... Full story


Chamber's newcomer packets confirm Sidney population trends

Those living in Sidney are constantly told that the populations has grown, is growing and will continue to grow into the future. Sidney's 2012 comprehensive plan predicts a population of 7,800 by 2030, compared to 6,700 in the 2010 census. Prediction...


Petik's round helps Raiders to third at Ogallala

Led by Rachel Petik's 88, the Sidney Red Raiders golf team side-stepped most of the rainy weather to finish third at the Ogallala Invite at the Bayside Golf Course on Monday. Scottsbluff, which had fi...


Smashers rise above Titans

Led by team captain Avinash Pal's 52 runs not out and three wickets, the Sidney Smashers cricket team won their match handily over the Titans at Country Field Park Cricket Ground in Erie, Colo. by 48 runs. Pal's batting included three six-run hits...


McCook Cross Country Invite Results @ Heritage HIlls Golf Course

McCook Cross Country Invite Results @ Heritage HIlls Golf Course Team Scores Girls results 1. Sidney 28 2. Holdrege 61 3. McCook 64 4. North Platte 74 5. St. Pat's 92 6. Dundy County 92 7. Perkins...


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