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Articles from the October 18, 2013 edition

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Taxes, marijuana traffic issues of concern to state says Schilz

Ken Schilz has had a busy year. The state senator from the 47th district explained during this week’s Legislative Forum in Sidney the concerns expressed over taxation, water use and even the...

 

Sidney water issue resolved

Many Sidney residents received a notice in the mail this week about two positive tests for coliform in the drinking water. Although the tone may have caused some concern, the city’s water department explained that this is simply a requirement from...

 

Plan to remove junk vehicles put on hold while city reconsiders towing options

Efforts by the Sidney police to rid the city of abandoned, unlicensed and inoperable vehicles on private property has been put on hold while contract issues are ironed out. The council accepted an initial bid from Affordable Towing, the only company...

 

Peetz comes from behind to quell Storm

After falling behind by two sets, the Peetz Bulldogs volleyball team rallied to take three-straight sets and the match from the Creek Valley Storm in Chappell on Thursday night. The Bulldogs evened their record at 9-9 while the Storm slipped to 9-6...

 

Four Sidney runners qualify for Kearney

Though agonizingly close, neither the boys or girls teams were able to earn a trip to state at Thursday's Class B4 District cross country meet in Ogallala. Despite some disappointment, however, there...

 

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