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Articles from the October 6, 2022 edition

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Pillen Stops In Sidney

Monday afternoon Republican candidate for Nebraska Governor Jim Pillen and running mate Joe Kelly stopped in Sidney. “It's about our kids,” Pillen said regarding his motivation for seeking the...

 

City Council Approves Budget

The Sidney City Council on September 27 approved its budget for the 2022-2023 fiscal year. The process included a budget hearing early in the city council meeting, followed by the council approving a...

 

Incumbent Seeks Return to 7th District State Board of Education

Saturday morning's parade was a time for the community to get excited about a full day of Oktoberfest, children getting their bags of candy and a candidate to meet and greet the voters of Sidney and...

 

WNCC Fly-In Set for Oct. 15

Students of the Western Nebraska Aviation Mechanics flying club will hosts their annual fly-in event 7 a.m. to noon or when food runs out. The event will be Saturday, Oct. 15, at Sidney Airport. Cost...

 

Legacies and Visions

A thought came to me recently that some might call a moment of doubt, even dark. However, that perception misses the mark. Here is the question: What is your legacy? Maybe we can’t know until...

 

Delta Dawn When That Light Comes On

“You are fearfully and wonderfully made in the sight of God.”  God has plans for you!  Psalm 139.  Psychological growth begins in the womb, as you sense your mother’s reaction to...

 

A Science Fiction Story?

I’m an avid reader. From soup can labels, magazines in doctors’ offices, street signs, newspapers, and just about anything that has the printed word I’ll pick up and read. Early in my life,...

 

Regarding State Board Candidates

Nebraska has always been a leader in public education, even during the pandemic. Nebraska K-12 education was considered to have had one of the best responses in the US. This was due to the leadership of our State Board of Education, the Nebraska...

 

What Should Alzheimer's Caregivers Know?

If you have a family member who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, or is starting to show symptoms, you will face some real challenges. Navigating the Alzheimer’s experience involves a long journey, and there’s no easy answer for how...

 

For The Rest of Us

Rest. You may say, “rest, what is that?” But it is necessary. In fact it is a something all of us need to do (and be better at). From the Beginning, the Father knew we needed rest, so He sat a specific time aside for us to do just that, both...

 

'Some of the Worst I've Ever Seen' Nebraska Ranchers, Farmers Struggle Against 5th Worst Drought on Record

Editor's note: This content was originally created for Nebraska Public Media, with permission given for distribution through Nebraska News Service. Historically dry weather across Nebraska will be a big factor for farmers this fall as corn and soybea...

 

The History of Vanilla

This week we’re going to look at the history of vanilla. Vanilla has a remarkable story filled with history intrigue, passion and piracy. Vanilla flavors food, beverages and even our favorite...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    October 6, 2022

Cardinals Top Raiders 19-13

 Sidney’s Red Raider Football team traveled to Chadron Friday for a division match up against the Cardinals, and after battling to a 7-to-7 tie at the end of the first half, the Raiders were...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    October 6, 2022

Lady Raiders Add Five More To The Win Column

Sidney’s Lady Raider Volleyball team improved their record to 19-and-5 on the season, racking up five more wins against two losses over the week. The week started on Tuesday for the Lady Raiders as...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    October 6, 2022

Larson Qualifies For Girls Golf State Tournament

  Sidney’s Lady Raider Golf team traveled to Crandell Creek Golf Course in Ogallala for the B-4 District Tournament on Monday, October 3, and senior Aubree Larson shot a 95 to represent Sidney at...

 
 By Mike Motz    Community    October 6, 2022

Gray Leading CCCC Activities

The Cheyenne County Community Center has always been a hub of activities and events for the area community, and has an “ambassador” that will brighten your day while helping you discover all the...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    October 6, 2022

Lady Warriors Win Four Of Six

It was another busy week for Leyton’s Lady Warrior Volleyball team, and they won four out of six matches to move their season record to 12-and-10. On Tuesday, September 27, they traveled to Bridgepo...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    October 6, 2022

Lady Coyotes Defeat South Platte, Fall To Bayard

 Potter-Dix’s Lady Coyote Volleyball team continued their stellar season at home with a win against South Platte, and a loss to rival Bayard on Tuesday, September 27.  First up was South Platte, a...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    October 6, 2022

Warriors Shut Out By Broncos

Leyton’s Warrior Football team continued to struggle against division opponents, falling 42-to-0 Friday afternoon to the Mullen Broncos in Dalton. Leyton is now at 3-and-3 on the season, with all three losses coming from division opponents. After...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    October 6, 2022

Sidney XC Competes At Western Conference Meet

Sidney’s Red Raider Cross Country team traveled to Scottsbluff on Friday, September 30 for the Western Conference Cross Country Meet, and the girl’s team placed fourth and the boy’s team placed third at the end of the competition. Sophomore...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    October 6, 2022

Wildcats Spoil Bulldogs Homecoming, 57-6

It was Homecoming Day for the Peetz Bulldogs, and after a close first quarter the visiting Fleming Wildcats put up 32 points in the second quarter to cruise to a 57-to-6 win over Peetz. The loss moves...

 

Public Records

Sidney Police Department September 29 1:44 a.m., Agency Assist, Mile Post 59, Eastbound Interstate 80. 9:20 a.m., Code Violation, 1400 block 12th Avenue, Sidney. 9:28 a.m., Business Alarm, 800 block Illinois Street. 9:49 a.m., Animal Call, 2200...

 

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