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Articles from the September 30, 2016 edition

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  • Sun-Telegraph turns another page in its history

    Sep 30, 2016

    Today marks the end of another chapter in the story of the Sidney Sun-Telegraph. Since 1873, the newspaper has served Sidney and the surrounding communities in one form or another. That will continue, albeit in a new format. As announced by owner Gary Stevenson in an editorial almost a month ago, the Sun-Telegraph will begin publishing twice a week, and today’s edition is the last daily newspaper. The next chapter, beginning with the next newspaper readers see, begins Wednesday, Oct. 5. As Stevenson explained at that time, the decision to m...

  • City economic development director leaving

    Brittany Kuhns|Sep 30, 2016

    It was announced Tuesday night during the Sidney City Council meeting that Economic Development Director, Tina Hochwender, would be leaving her position with the city to relocate for a new opportunity. Tina Hochwender began her position with the City of Sidney as Economic Development Director in June 2015. Hochwender moved to Sidney after working for the City of Council Bluffs, Iowa as its community development director for 15 years. Hochwender said in an interview with the Sun-Telegraph that looking back at her time in Sidney, she believes...

  • Quad/Graphics holds ribbon cutting

    Brittany Kuhns|Sep 30, 2016

    Wednesday afternoon Quad/Graphics held its official ribbon cutting at the company's new Sidney home on Illinois street. Quad/Graphics is a World Wide provider of print and media solutions. Cabela's Chief Executive Officer Tommy Milner spoke during the ribbon cutting regarding the positive relationship between Quad/Graphics and Cabela's. Milner said Cabela's has been working with Quad/Graphics for many years now and has nothing but positive things to say regarding their business working...

  • Rocktoberfest

    Brittany Kuhns|Sep 30, 2016

    While adults are enjoying festivities at the tents during Oktoberfest this weekend, Rocktoberfest is an option for teens, from seventh-12th grades to have some fun. Rocktoberfest will be tonight and tomorrow, Saturday, Oct. 1. The evens will be held both nights from 7-11 p.m. at the Youth Center located on the corner of King and 14th Street in Sidney. Door entry is three dollars each night. Rocktoberfest offers a social atmosphere with music, games, prizes and free food with adult supervision. Teens this year who attend Rocktoberfest can look...

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