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Articles from the October 13, 2022 edition

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Renovation Uncovers Church History

In the early 1900s, a man named A. T. Hiett moved to Sidney. It is likely he didn't expect his passion to influence the community for 110 years later. Hiett “lost no time in trying to establish a...

 

School Board Board Reviews Transportation Options

The Cheyenne County School District No. 1 Board of Education watched the wheels turn 'round as they considered what is the better option, the future of the existing activities bus or leasing a newer...

 

General Election is Less Than A Month Away

  LINCOLN- Secretary Evnen reminds voters that Nebraska’s general election for 2022 is November 8, 2022.  “My message to Nebraskans is that we will maintain the integrity of our voting,” Evnen said. “Every legally cast vote will count....

 

Authorities Seeking Stolen Pickup Truck

At about 10 p.m. October 8, a 2014 Dodge Ram 1500 was stolen from a local dealership. The suspect is in the last photo. Authorities are trying to get a better picture of the suspect in the near...

 

Tammy S. Lafler

Tammy S. Lafler, age 67, of Sidney, NE passed away in Ft. Collins, CO on Sunday, October 2, 2022. Cremation has taken place. A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. Friends may stop at...

 

Robert 'Bob' Moul

Robert “Bob” Moul, 73, of Kimball, died at his home in Kimball on Saturday, October 8, 2022. Cremation has been held and memorial services will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, October 15, 2022...

 

'Here We Grow' Awarded Child Care Stabilization Grant

The early years are a magical time when curiosity and creativity blend into learning and discovery. Yet families and educators face unprecedented pressures to remove the very pillars that make...

 

Tact

News broke early this month that school officials at New York University fired an adjunct organic chemistry professor named Dr. Maitland Jones, after 82 of his class of 350 students signed a...

 

Write In the Right Republican

I am an 87-year-old woman who has voted in every election since I was old enough to do so. I have voted at the polls on election day every time except one time when I had to be out of town. That one time, I went to our county courthouse and case my...

 

In Support of Elizabeth Tegtmeier

I support public education and our great teachers. My kids love school, and I am incredibly happy with the quality public education they are receiving. A short while ago, I would not have dreamed that the Nebraska Department of Education and State...

 

Vote for Tegtmeier

In this divisive world of politics there is an election at the regional level that seems to have heated up. The race between newcomer Elizabeth Tegtmeier and Incumbent Robin Stevens is turning quite spicy. Robin Stevens seems to think showing up...

 

How Should You Pay for Short-term Financial Goals?

As you go through life, you will likely have long- and short-term financial goals. But how will your strategies for meeting your long-term goals differ from those needed for your short-term ones? If you’re like most people, your biggest long-term...

 

Religion and Relationship

Many years ago, as a young woman, I was visiting with my grandfather in his later years. We were having a heart-to-heart talk. In the course of the conversation, I thanked him for sharing his Lutheran faith with our family. I thought what I had said...

 

Nebraska Military Veterans Wanted for Service in Agriculture Industry

Eric Galatas Nebraska News Service This winter, military veterans will have an opportunity to translate hard-won skills on the battlefield into Nebraska's fields and pastures through "Putting the Pieces Together," a U.S. Department of...

 

UNL Schedules Ag Estate Planning, Leasing Workshops

Nebraska Extension and the Center for Agricultural Profitability at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will host a series of workshops covering estate planning and agricultural land management and leasing in the Panhandle region between Nov. 7 and...

 

The History of the Tomato

The tomato history has origins tracing back to the early Aztecs around 700 AD. Therefore, it is believed that the tomato is native to the Americas. It was not until the 16th century that the...

 

Husker Study: Brazil Can Grow More Soybeans Without Deforesting Amazon

Geitner Simmons IANR Mefia LINCOLN — Developing countries around the globe face a challenge that pits economic growth against environmental protection. As they expand their agricultural production, they often convert forest into cropland and...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    October 13, 2022

Raiders Down Haymakers, 19-7

Sidney's Red Raider Football team traveled to Cozad Friday, and came away with a 19-to-7 win, ending a three-game losing streak and keeping the Red Raiders' post-season hopes alive. Sidney had a good...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    October 13, 2022

Lady Raiders Win Western Conference Tournament

Sidney's Lady Raider Volleyball team continued their outstanding play this season, traveling to Scottsbluff over the weekend and going undefeated in the Western Conference Tournament. Sidney entered...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    October 13, 2022

Lady Warriors Add Two More Wins

Leyton's Lady Warrior Volleyball team upped their season record to 14-and-10 with two wins over the week, against Creek Valley and Banner County. The Lady Warriors traveled to Chappell on Tuesday, October 4 for a triangular, and matched up first...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    October 13, 2022

Briggsdale Soars Past Peetz, 49-14

Peetz's Bulldog Football team hosted the Briggsdale Falcons on Friday, and after a competitive first quarter, the Falcons were able to shut down the Bulldog's offense and used a big fourth quarter to notch a 49-to-14 win against Peetz. The game was...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    October 13, 2022

Warriors Drop Fourth Straight

Leyton's Warrior Football team dropped their fourth straight contest Thursday afternoon as they traveled to Dunning and had no answers against the Sandhills/Thedford Knights, falling by a final score...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    October 13, 2022

Lady Coyotes Down Kimball, Creek Valley

Potter-Dix's Lady Coyote Volleyball team continued their outstanding season with two more wins, raising their season record to 19-and-3 as they ready for District Tournament play later in the month....

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    October 13, 2022

Coyotes Cruise Past Storm, 79-0

Potter-Dix’s Coyote Football team continued their undefeated season on Friday night, traveling to Chappell and shutting out the struggling Creek Valley Storm team in a lopsided 79-to-0 contest. The...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    October 13, 2022

Sidney Middle and High School Cross Country Competes in Sidney Invite

It was a beautiful day for a run on Thursday, October 6, and runners from the area's middle and high schools descended upon Hillside Golf Course for the annual Sidney Invitational. There was a great...

 

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