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Articles from the October 12, 2018 edition

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Council Approves LB840 Funds for Two New Businesses

Sidney Economic Development Director Melissa Norgard announced in the city council meeting Tuesday that October is Manufacturing Month, then went on to present two proposals for assisting new...

 
 By Don Ogle    Community    October 12, 2018

HOMECOMING SPIRIT

Snow lightly covered the area Tuesday, giving added indication that Sidney's Red Raiders hope to give Chase County a chilly reception tonight during the Sidney High School Homecomeing football game....

 

City Agrees to GIS Workshop Agreement

What started as difficulty filling a staff position evolved into an agreement that could provide better services to the City of Sidney and save the City money. The City of Sidney’s GIS/Zoning...

 

City Loses Lawsuit Against Power Supplier

A few years ago, the City of Sidney filed a lawsuit against its electric power provider. The reason for the suit, according to City Manager Ed Sadler, is the company, Municipal Energy Agency of...

 
 By Don Ogle    News    October 12, 2018

Electric Dept. Looking Into Power Outage

City officials are still working to determine what caused a power outage in parts of Sidney Monday. For about 20 minutes, much of Sidney’s north side and the center of town, including downtown,...

 

Missing Children Found in Utah

Two Sidney children were found safe in Utah late Wednesday following an advisory seeking their whereabouts. Sidney Police Department issued an Endangered Missing Advisory early Wednesday afternoon to determine the whereabouts of one-year-old...

 

City to Mark Water Shutoffs

City officials have announce the Sidney Water Department will be flagging meter pits and curb stops starting October 10 through October 19. This will be done to mark GPS (global positioning system) locations to update city maps and utility...

 

Winter Parking Restrictions Begin

The City of Sidney would like to remind its citizens that starting October 15, 2018, all types of trailers, boats, and recreational vehicles are not allowed to be parked on the city streets. This restricted parking is enforced on all streets inside...

 

Woman Arrested in Kimball for Assault With BB Gun

A Kimball woman was arrested Oct. 4 on charges related to an assault with a BB gun at the Kimball Motel. Police were called to the motel at about 11:33 p.m., in response to a call from a woman...

 

Regional West Offers Flu Shot Clinics

SCOTTSBLUFF – Regional West Community Health and Family Medicine clinics will hold flu shot clinics in area communities throughout the month of October. “Influenza is a contagious respiratory illness that can lead to serious complications in...

 

STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

7th grade - Ty Grunig Ty Grunig is an excellent student who turns in quality work. He leads by example. Ty encourages others to be and do their best. He is responsible and he takes responsibility...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    October 12, 2018

Sidney Girls Golf Take 6th at State

Eastern Nebraska's spell of cold and rainy weather shortened the NSAA girls golf Class B State Tournament from two rounds to one as the girl's completed play on Monday, then learned Tuesday that the...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    October 12, 2018

Lady Storm Volleyball Dominates Paxtun

Creek Valley’s Lady Storm volleyball team convincingly defeated the visiting Paxton Lady Tigers on Tuesday at home with with a three set sweep to raise their record to 4-and-13 on the year. What...

 

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