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Articles from the September 25, 2018 edition

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City Manager Explains Trash Rates

Sidney City Manager Ed Sadler met with business owners Wednesday evening to answer questions about the city's trash rates. Part of the issue is how much are businesses being charged and why were the...

 

Sidney Chocolatier Sweetens Seasons

Entering her home at the right time of year, neighbors are greeted with a scene like choosing your own gift. The boxes are attractive and presentable, and the contents are a chocoholic's dream....

 

'For Peetz Sake Days" This Weekend

The Peetz community will be alive with its own level of energy this weekend as it celebrates the community and Peetz High School Homecoming. Events start Friday with a bake sale and craft sale taking...

 

Gardiner's Chosen As Peetz Parade Marshals

Glenn (Mike) and Evelyn Gardiner have been selected by the Peetz Lions Club to serve as parade marshals for the 2018 For Peetz Sake/Homecoming parade to be held at 10 a.m. on Sept. 29. Mike and...

 

Kimball Hosts Remote Control Flying Enthusiasts

After a two-year year break the Kimball Kamakazee Club once again going to have its Fun Fly. Event Organizer Rick Kirby is proud to announce the return of Kimball Kamakazee Club’s Remote Control Airplane Fun Fly. The event will be held at the Kimba...

 

High School Girls Interested In Science, Medicine Or Engineering Invited To Apply For Free, One-Day Program

Applications Due Oct. 17 High school girls with an interest in science, medicine or engineering are invited to apply for the Perry Outreach Program to be held Saturday, Nov. 17, at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha. Applications are...

 

COURT BRIEFS

The following people appeared in Cheyenne County District Court on September 11, 2018 before the Honorable Derek Weimer: Morgan Robertson, age 30 of Alliance, appeared for a status hearing on a charge of Possession of THC, a class IV felony. Pursuant...

 

Fischer Encourages Nebraska Students to Apply for Community Service Award

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Deb Fischer (R-Neb.) is encouraging Nebraska students with a strong record in community service to apply for the Prudential Spirit of Community 2019 Award. This community service award is open for applicants in...

 
 By Don Ogle    News    September 25, 2018

Junk Jaunt A Search For "Treasure"

For 15 years Nebraska's Junk Jaunt has grown into a "treasure" hunter's paradise, featuring more than 300 miles of central Nebraska's beautiful scenery and more than 50 stops in 36 towns. The...

 
 By Don Ogle    Sports    September 25, 2018

Tough Breaks Sink Raiders

Dropped balls and inopportune mistakes hit Sidney's Red Raider football team for the second week in a row, as they lost to Chadron 34-20 Friday at home. In their first game against a district foe, the...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    September 25, 2018

Leyton/Banner, Potter-Dix Football Results

Both the Leyton/Banner County and Potter-Dix football teams lost lopsided games on Friday night, continuing a rough stretch of games for both programs. The Leyton/Banner County squad faced the visitin...

 

Niobrara River Project Partners Take Major Step to Protect River Basin

Kearney -- The Niobrara River Basin Alliance (NRBA), the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission (NGPC), and the Nebraska Public Power District (NPPD) took a significant step forward today towards protecting the Niobrara River Basin, water flows and all...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    September 25, 2018

Potter-Dix Volleyball Places Second in Tournament

Potter-Dix’s Lady Coyote volleyball team had a series of matches over the last week, culminating with a five team tournament at Potter on Saturday where the Lady Coyotes placed second overall,...

 

Game and Parks Announces Angler Access Area Closed at Lake Ogallala

The Lake Ogallala angler access area located in the northwest corner of the lake closed as of Monday, Sept. 24 to undergo restoration. The restoration project will address the existing shoreline protection structures and eroding sidewalks. The...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    September 25, 2018

Creek Valley Defeats Arthur 40-35

Creek Valley football has turned their fortunes around in the previous two weeks, winning their second game of the season Friday night by a score of 40-to-35 against the visiting Arthur County...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    September 25, 2018

Peetz Football Back on Track With Win Over North Park

Peetz’s Bulldog football team rebounded from last week’s loss versus Stratton/Liberty with a convincing 63-to-20 victory on the road against North Park, Colo. Peetz made the four-hour journey to...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    September 25, 2018

Creek Valley Volleyball Battles Arthur

Creek Valley's Lady Storm volleyball team hosted the Arthur County Lady Wolves on Friday, and after a tough battle against the visitors fell in three straight sets, 3-to-0. A raucous crowd enjoyed...

 

Patricia "Patsy" R. Colling - Obituary

Patricia "Patsy" R. Colling of Ogallala and former Sidney resident passed away peacefully Tuesday, September 18, 2018 after a tough battle with cancer. Memorial services were held Tuesday September...

 

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