Articles from the September 28, 2023 edition

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 By Mike Motz    News    September 28, 2023

By the Way...What is WTA?

SIDNEY--Over the course of 2023, the company name "WTA" has been tossed around, mainly in regards to the "building swap" deal between 812 13th Avenue in Sidney (the "Big Red" building) and 1200 Pole... Full story


Dalton Comes Alive with its Fall Festival

DALTON- It's that time of the year again and the village of Dalton has held its traditional Fall Festival. Even though the village was founded in 1909, it wasn't until 1921 that they gathered for... Full story


Only One Winners' Robbery Trial Has Been Set

SIDNEY-- One of the two people alleged to have robbed Winners in Sidney on January 2, 2023 has a trial date set in Cheyenne County District Court. A Pre-Trial Hearing has been set for January 9, 2024... Full story


Road Work Has Begun

NDOC - Road work on the I-80 Sidney eastbound rest area, near reference post 51, began September 25, according to the Nebraska Department of Transportation. Kingery Construction of Lincoln is the contractor for this project. Work includes the... Full story


Ernie Couch & Revival coming to Sidney

SIDNEY - Gospel and Christian music fans should circle 6:30 p.m., on September 29 on their calendars. On that date, Nashville, TN gospel act Ernie Couch & Revival, will be in concert at the Church of the Nazarene, 1445 Jackson St, in Sidney. Three... Full story


Sidney named as stop on the 2023 Tour of Eucharistic Miracle Boards

The Grand Island Diocesan Council of Catholic Women (GIDCCW), in response to their 2023 Resolution to support the Eucharistic Revival in local diocese and parishes, has put together a tour across the... Full story


Straight Talk From Steve: Expanding CNPPID's Empire

One of the biggest problems facing states today is empire building. Empire building is the mentality of growing governmental entities without regard for the best interests of the community or the inte... Full story


John Fetterman makes the U.S. Senate safe for disgraceful slobs

John Fetterman's Senate legacy is now set -- he's the guy who made it possible to dress like a slob. What the Missouri Compromise was to Henry Clay, what the Second Reply to Hayne was to Daniel... Full story


Delta Dawn When the Light Comes On: Week 39

“The feasts of the Lord which you (Moses) shall proclaim to be holy convocations are My Moeds (holy days).” Days of feasting and worship were put in place by God to mystify and confound the enemy... Full story


Peering Into The Future

Some people possess a talent to peer deep into the future. In Biblical times people called them prophets. In the Middle Ages, people believed them wizards. Today they are economists who make... Full story


Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, I don’t normally do this, write a letter to the editor that is. But I wanted to give you a public show of support and to thank you for the opinion piece “Community Arbi-Traitors” that ran last week in this paper. It’s about time... Full story

 By Mike Motz    Sports    September 28, 2023

Sidney Shuts Out McCook, 28-0

MCCOOK-- The Beatles broke up. The Boeing 747 was introduced. Over 100,000 people went to Washington D.C. to protest the Vietnam War. The year was 1970, and the Sidney Red Raiders defeated McCook on... Full story

 By Mike Motz    Sports    September 28, 2023

Lady Raiders Struggle at Aurora Tourney

SIDNEY--A week that started with a road victory in Imperial against Chase County on Tuesday and then a split at home against Mitchell and Gering turned into a struggle at the Aurora Tournament on... Full story

 By Mike Motz    Sports    September 28, 2023

Tough Week of Matches For Lady Coyotes

POTTER--Potter-Dix's Lady Coyote Volleyball team has been struggling against the better teams they face while beating the lesser teams, and gaining experience the whole time with their young squad.... Full story

 By Mike Motz    Sports    September 28, 2023

Tanquary Tops at UNK HS Invite

KEARNEY--Sidney senior Cross Country standout Talissa Tanquary added another win to her season's total, this time taking first place against nearly 200 competitors at the UNK High School Cross... Full story


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