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Articles from the March 14, 2014 edition

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Auditors: Sidney in sound financial health

An external audit of the last fiscal year proved that the city is in good financial shape. Robert Rauner, from Rauner & Associates, the company which performed the audit, spoke to the city council at Tuesday’s meeting. As of Sept. 30, 2013, the end...


Housing subdivision receives final plat approval

The final plat for the first phase of The Ranch, Cabela's housing subdivision on the east side of town was approved at Tuesday's city council meeting. This phase will include 92 of the 750 lots which will eventually exist inside the development. This... Full story


Some landowners refuse city's right of way request

A request from the city to landowners for extra right of way for the first phases of improvements on Greenwood Rd. and Toledo St. has received multiple denials. Although the city did not receive any objections for creation of the street improvement...


Early Warning System

Cheyenne County Emergency Communications Center would like to announce that they will begin weekly testing of the Early Warning System next week. Beginning Wed., March 19th, 2014 at approximately 10 a.m., testing will be done every week on... Full story


Sticky situation

Members of the Cool Kids Club spent Friday morning making items - in this case a flower - out of duct tape.... Full story


Service Notice - Marjorie Lessman

Marjorie Lessman, 88 of Dalton, passed away Wednesday, March 12, 2014 at the Penrose St. Francis Health Services Medical Center in Colorado Springs, Colo. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m., Sat., March 22nd in the Salem Lutheran Church in... Full story


Across the Fence: Roy Bean, Scoundrel With a Law Book

Phantly Roy Bean Jr., more popularly known as Judge Roy Bean, was born sometime around 1825 in Mason County, Kentucky. Roy was the youngest of five siblings who were raised in poverty by Roy Sr. and...


Sticky situation

A Cool Kids Club member concentrates on her task.... Full story


Good Old Days – 03-14-14

Compiled By The Sidney Sun-Telegraph Staff These stories from the past first appeared in The Sidney Telegraph. Original writing is preserved, though some stories were shortened for space reasons. 100...


The purpose of prophecy

Prophecy can save lives if heeded. A merchant seaman, Morgan Robertson, wrote a novel called “The Wreck of the Titan.” Many publishers refused to publish it because the story was “too unbelievable.” But more than 13 years later, the Titanic...


Kickin' It

On Saturday, March 1, nine students from the ATA Family Martial Arts School in Sidney successfully tested for the rank of 1st degree black belt decided. Participants were judged by their instructor,...

 By Jeff Parsons    Sports    March 14, 2014

The first thing to know

It is hard to think about baseball when temperatures struggling to climb above strike zone, but what a perfect opportunity to break out the rule book and brush up on the laws of the game before we begin the 2014 season. In the past we have spoke...

 By Stephen McKay    Sports    March 14, 2014

Leyton at State

Dylan Brenner escapes.... Full story


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