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  • Early Lead Propels North Park Over Peetz, 55-14

    Mike Motz, Sports Writer|Sep 29, 2022

    Peetz's Bulldog Football team hosted North Park on Friday, and a fast start by the visitors could not be overcome by the Bulldogs, and they dropped their third straight game by a final score of 55-to-14. North Park fired on all cylinders on offense to start the game, with two touchdowns in the first period followed by three touchdowns in the second quarter while shutting down the Bulldog attack, and took a 33-to-0 lead into the halftime break. Peetz finally broke through with a touchdown in the...

  • Lady Bulldogs Come Up Short Against Lone Star, Prairie

    Mike Motz, Sports Writer|Sep 29, 2022

    Peetz's Lady Bulldog Volleyball team is still on the hunt for their first win, and battled hard twice over the past week to reverse their fortunes. First they had a home match-up against Lone Star on Tuesday, Sept. 20, and played well against the Lady Longhorns, but fell in three sets 25-to-20, 25-to-19 and 25-to-23. Senior Lexie Nienhuser led the offense with 11 kills in the match and junior Addison Ramey had 10 assists in the loss. Peetz next hosted Prairie on Thursday and gave the Lady...

  • Legals/Classifieds

    Sep 29, 2022

  • The History of Garlic

    Starline Platt, The Urban Gardener|Sep 29, 2022

    Common Name: Garlic Species: Bulbous Family of: Allium Garlic is believed to be a native of central Asia, South Asia or Southwest Siberia. All told, worldwide there are over 2.5 million acres of garlic cultivations with China cultivating 75 percent of all garlic. For more than 5,000 years, garlic has been used as a food, medicine, an aphrodisiac, money and magic potions. Garlic has been known to ward off evil eyes, was hung over doors to protect medieval occupants from the evil, give strength...

  • Juli Burney to Present 'Those Who Laugh, Last'

    Sep 29, 2022

    Communication specialist, humorist and author Juli Burney takes the stage in Sidney at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 1. Burney will be on stage in the Sidney High School Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $13 for adults, $7 for seniors, $5 for students (including Western Nebraska Community College) and children under 5 are free. Tickets will be available at the door. Through her improvisational skills and storytelling ability, Burney will have the audience rolling in the aisles as they rediscover the...

  • Military Preparedness

    Deb Fischer, U.S. Senator|Sep 29, 2022

    As a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, I believe it’s critical we ask ourselves the following the questions: Is the United States fully prepared to respond to the changing threat environment of the 21st century? And if we are not, what actions do we need to take? There is no one-size fits all solution, but one immediate action we can take to boost our preparedness is to strengthen U.S. munitions manufacturing. Unfortunately for years, we’ve underinvested in our munitions production....

  • Public Records

    Sep 29, 2022

    Nebraska State Patrol NSP Investigating Multi-Fatality Crash in Morrill County SEPTEMBER 28 (SCOTTSBLUFF) — The Nebraska State Patrol is investigation a two-vehicle crash that resulted in two fatalities Tuesday afternoon in Morrill County. Preliminary investigation shows that just after 12:00 p.m. MT, a Subaru Forester was westbound on Link 62A in Morrill County. The Forester passed a westbound truck-tractor/semi-trailer and was then attempting to make a left turn. The semi was unable to stop and struck the rear of the Forester. The two o...

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