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Northwestern interviews Duke's Collins

(AP) – Duke assistant Chris Collins has interviewed for the head coach opening at Northwestern, a person familiar with the situation told The Associated Press on Tuesday. The person said Collins...


It's been a long way back to the top for Woods

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Tiger Woods never questioned his ability, only his health. Woods returned to No. 1 in the world by winning the Arnold Palmer Invitational, not surprising except if you consider where he was a little more than a year ago. He...

 By John Roark    Sports    March 26, 2013

Lady Raiders thinclads tie for first, boys run third

Fueled by two first-place finishes by senior Morgan Linneman, the Sidney High School girls’ track team tied with Ogallala for first-place team honors Friday afternoon at Weymouth Field, while the... Full story


No-till Notes: 'Dryland budgets, part 2'

Last week I looked at some of the budgets Jessica Johnson, Ag Educator with the UNL Panhandle Resource and Extension Center, put together for winter wheat production on dry land acres for the Panhandle. Jessica’s budgets were for conventional winte...


Two issues

Editor, I have two issues: Sidney School Board – Middle School Marquee: This was removed when construction was being done to the north end of the Middle School. Construction is done. Please put the marquee back up, it’s nice to know what is... Full story


The gun grabbers are out en mass

Editor, Colorado’s Congress just approved the limitation of the type of firearms a citizen could own and the size of their magazines to 15 rounds. This limitation is in direct contradiction to the second amendment of our Constitution. The intent of... Full story

 By Adrian Smith    Opinion    March 26, 2013

A balanced budget to renew American prosperity

The budget process is one of the most basic functions of government - to set priorities of how to best use tax dollars. Every year, Congress and the President are required by law to agree to a 10-year budget resolution to manage our nation’s...

 By Mike Johanns    Opinion    March 26, 2013

Budget values mean more than money

Four years. That’s how long it took Senate Democrats to pass a budget resolution. It’s also the amount of time it takes to get a degree in finance, economics or accounting. But after looking at their final product, it appears the Democrats didn...


'One man died for all' event tonight

On Tuesday, March 26, 2013, at 7 p.m., everyone is invited to consider answers from the Bible regarding questions about Jesus Christ. Who is this man? How does his death help us? Why is it important that we remember him? Jesus is widely recognized as... Full story


Roscoe W. Bills

Roscoe W. Bills 1920 to 2013 Roscoe W. Bills, 93, died on Sunday, March 24, 2013, at Good Samaritan Health Care Center. He was born on March 24, 1920, in a sod house of a farm near Lodgepole, to...


Church services

Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Worship Services for the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church for Holy Week and Easter: At the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church located at 2305 San Marino Rd there will be a Maundy Thursday Worship Service on March 28 at 6:30 p.m. Go... Full story


June wedding planned in Sidney

Linda and Larry Sherfey of Sidney, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Krista Marie Sherfey, to LCpl Charles Douglas Martin, son of Mona Mauser of Sidney, and Douglas Martin of...

 By John Roark    News    March 26, 2013

Gurley resident faces drug charges

GURLEY — Following the Friday afternoon execution of a search warrant, Cheyenne County deputies arrested a Gurley resident on methamphetamine-related charges. Justin J. Warren, 29, faces a Class ID...

 By Hannah Van Ree    News    March 26, 2013

LEAD fashions Agriculture leaders of tomorrow

June 15 is the deadline to apply for the LEAD (Leadership Education Action Development) Class 33. Each class stands for a year that the program has been going, and over the previous 32 years of LEAD...


Agriculture Week a big hit at Sidney's South Elementary

To cap off Agriculture Week, students in Shauna George’s first grade class at South Elementary enjoyed agriculture-themed activities, March 22. George read “First Peas to the Table” by Susan Gri...


SHS Arts Center rocks with high energy concert

Editor’s note: This article contains personal observations of the writer. A band from Seattle, Lybecker, rocked the house and entertained the concert goers throughout their high-energy set at the Sidney High Performing Arts Center. Bryan Jones...

 By Hannah Van Ree    News    March 26, 2013

Denim & Diamonds to highlight Women in Ag

Spring is the time of the year when the weather is supposed to get better and nature opens back up for new bloom and growth. The flora and fauna aren’t the only things growing; however, so is the personal growth of women in agriculture around the... Full story


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