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Articles from the October 22, 2014 edition

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Pony Express Museum could gallop into Lodgepole

Gordon Wilkins, a local historian from Lodgepole, is on a very interesting mission to bring Nebraska its second Pony Express museum. Wilkins said he feels it's imperative to bring another museum here...


Sidney Regional Medical Center puts Ebola virus plan in place

It was just a couple of months ago when the World Health Organization declared Ebola as a “public health emergency of international concern.” Since that day in early August, here have been many stories, rumors and theories about the...


Wish lists sought for Oliver Reservoir

The South Platte Natural Resources District and the Oliver Reservoir Advisory Committee want to hear from the public. In preparing for the recreation area’s future, the District and its advisory committee will be hosting a meeting on Thursday,...


Community Calendar 10-22-14

Wednesday, Oct. 22 The pain and high cost of living with a lie and double life will be discussed at Lifetree Café on Wed., Oct. 22 at 7 p.m. Admission to the 60-minute event is free. Snacks and beverages are available. Lifetree Café is located... Full story



Fierce opposition has met the slightest steps forward in humankind’s war upon any of the several viruses that inflict us. Fear of the unknown, religious persuasions, and lack of knowledge of the scientific method have each contributed to that...


Letter to the Editor: Sidney cross country teams receive community support

Dear Editor, Just a healthy and exuberant “way to go” to the Sidney High School girls’ and boys’ District cross country champions! Championship teams such as the Red Raiders often use words like chemistry, togetherness and “one heart... Full story


Letter to the Editor: Website available to assist voters

Dear Editor, The League of Women Voters has been encouraging active participation in government for 94 years, and the structure of Nebraska’s unique unicameral legislature makes it clear the “second house” in our state is made up of our citizen... Full story

 By Will Korn    Sports    October 22, 2014

Sidney starts hot, falls 3-1 at Gering

The Sidney High volleyball team gave a valiant effort, but eventually fell to district-rival Gering (15-14, 6-1)Tuesday night on the road. The Lady Raiders won the first set in dominant fashion,...


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