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Articles from the October 27, 2014 edition

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 By Will Korn    Sports    October 27, 2014

Exhausted Sidney runner gets heartfelt lift from competitor

Mankind is fiercely competitive by nature. We are programmed to fight for what is ours, to never go down without a fight and to feel the heat of battle when challenged by someone or something. It's... Full story


New city pool on agenda for Tuesday's council meeting

A new state of the art swimming pool could still be in the works for Sidney. However, the price tag on it continues to rise and that’ll be a big topic of discussion at the Sidney City Council meeting on Tuesday night. “The costs are considerably...


Fundraiser planned for local girl with brain tumor

Sidney's got heart. At least that's what Marie and Robert Fiebig think. They've been deeply moved by the support received after their 6-year-old daughter, Paige, was diagnosed with pediatric brain can...


William Warren "Bill" Garber

Bill Garber, 83 of Sidney, passed away Wed. evening, Oct. 22, 2014 at the Sidney Regional Medical Center Extended Care. Memorial services will be at 2 p.m., Tues., Oct. 28th in the Light Memorial... Full story


Doris M. Frerichs

Doris M. Frerichs, 75 of Sidney and longtime Gurley area resident, passed away at the Sidney Regional Medical Center Extended Care, Wed., Oct. 22, 2014. Memorial services will be held at 10 a.m.,... Full story


Financial aid workshop set for Creek Valley H.S.

A financial aid program will be held at Creek Valley High School, in the distance-learning lab on Wednesday, Nov. 12 at 5 p.m. A professional from the EducationQuest Foundation will discuss how to fill out the free application for Federal Student...


Community Calendar 10-27-14

Tuesday, Oct. 28 Attention all Chamber Members…you are invited to a tour of our community on Tues., Oct. 28th to learn about what’s going on in our area.  Gary Person will explain the new projects along the way.  The tour will be of the Sidney... Full story


Letter To The Editor: Pony Express clarification

Dear Editor, Regarding the article in Wednesday’s Sun-Telegraph on the Pony Express memorabilia and the farm equipment pictured, I want to clarify that these items are owned by the village of Lodgepole and the Lodge Pole Depot Museum. Other items... Full story


No Till Notes: 'Dakota Lakes Dry Land Rotations'

I wanted to take a look at the dry land crop rotations designed for the Dakota Lakes Research farm. Dr. Dwayne Beck has given careful consideration to the rotations in place at the research farm. I think looking at his rotations may give helpful...

 By Will Korn    Sports    October 27, 2014

Sidney girls place third, boys stumble at state meet

It was an emotionally draining Friday afternoon for the Sidney cross country teams at the Class C state meet in Kearney. Between a strong finish for the girls' team, a disastrous ending for the boys'...


Peetz rolls again, selected as No. 3 seed in state tourney

The three-person rushing attack of Jordan Nelson, Cody Wilson and Bradley Holtz helped propel Peetz (Colo.) to a 79-32 shellacking of Stratton/Liberty on Friday night. Nelson and Wilson each ran for...


Sidney High volleyball at Alliance 'Dig Pink' Invite

No results or additional information was provided to the Sun-Telegraph by the Sidney High volleyball team about Saturday’s “Dig Pink” Invite held at Alliance High School. The Lady Raiders were among six teams particpating in the event Sidney... Full story


Red Raiders rout Gering to secure state playoff berth

Sidney head football coach Todd Ekart was hoping for a fast start by his team on Friday night. His Red Raiders didn't disappoint. Just 4 minutes and 22 seconds into its season-finale on the road...


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