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Articles from the October 26, 2018 edition

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Council Approves Fee Restructuring

The Sidney City Council Tuesday approved restructuring of fees for city services. The restructuring has less to do with prices and more to do with where they can be found within City documents,...

 

Fall, Halloween Celebrations Start Saturday

It’s time to get the spook out in the Sidney area, with a host of activities available Saturday. The 15th Annual Hay Day Festival is scheduled for 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Cheyenne County 4-H...

 

Chamber Updates City Council

The Cheyenne County Chamber of Commerce remains busy promoting the community and businesses, Chamber President and CEO Hope Feeney said Tuesday. The Chamber continues to work on the Hickory Street...

 

Reward Offered In Vandalism Case

Sidney Parks Department Superintendant Tom Von Seggern has announced the city is offering a $300 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons who vandalized...

 

City Tightens 'Grace Period' on Utility Payments

As of Jan. 1, 2019, the City of Sidney will no longer accept “Promise Notes.” The city of Sidney announced this week there will be no more extensions on disconnect notices after that date. For years, the city has allowed customers who were...

 

ROY STROH - Death Notice

Roy Stroh, age 87 of Sidney, NE passed away at Morrill County Community Hospital in Bridgeport, NE, Monday, October 22, 2018 Funeral arrangements are pending and will be announced when available. Gehrig-Stitt Chapel & Cremation Service, LLC is in...

 

SCAM ALERT

Sidney Police reported Thursday morning that they had received reports of a scam being very active. A call is received saying your social security number has been suspended and wanting you to call back. Police advise do not return these calls and do...

 
 By Don Ogle    News    October 26, 2018

Governor Appoints Sidney Man to Board

A Sidney farmer has been chosen to represent the southern Panhandle on the Nebraska Wheat Board. In a press release this week, it was announced that Tyson Narjes was appointed to the board by Gov....

 

Peetz Teacher Recognized as Teacher of the Year

The Colorado Association for Gifted and Talented recently named Peetz teacher Leslie Raffelson as Educator of the Year. She was presented the award during the annual conference in Loveland, Co.,...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    October 26, 2018

Sidney Faces Big Challenge in Ord

After Sidney head coach Chris Koozer finished recounting the confusing math and point requirements involving playoff berths and seeding, at the end of the day the numbers determined that Sidney would...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    October 26, 2018

Sidney Volleyball Adds Four More Wins

Sidney's Lady Raider volleyball team traveled to Sterling, Colo. on Saturday for tournament action and won all three of their matches, then traveled to Kimball on Tuesday and defeated the Lady...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    October 26, 2018

Regional Volleyball Results

Peetz Competes at Class 1A District 4 Tournament Peetz’s Lady Bulldogs traveled to Northeastern Junior College on Tuesday for the district tournament and first faced the powerhouse Weldon Valley...

 

Species Of Greatest Conservation Need Identified

LINCOLN – The list of Nebraska species of greatest conservation need has been revised. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission and other species experts recently reviewed and revised the list, which is identified in the State Wildlife Action Plan....

 

Panhandle Perspectives: What's All That Noise?

Recently I attended a high school football game just a few blocks from that community's local cattle auction. As I watched the players warming up, I hardly noticed the bawling noises made by the...

 

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