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Articles from the October 29, 2015 edition

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I-80 construction nears completion for the season

Interstate 80 through Sidney should return to normal traffic patterns in the coming weeks. Work began this spring on eastbound lanes, from mile markers 51-69. Next year, the project will move onto...


SRMC's kids health fair on tap for Saturday

Before the kids don their costumes for Halloween on Saturday, the Sidney Regional Medical Center is giving them and their parents a chance to learn more about health. The "All About Kids Health...


Local Halloween candy buyback helps troops overseas

LifeSmiles of Sidney is hosting its seventh annual Halloween candy buyback event on Monday. The event is sponsored by LifeSmiles of Sidney, Hoppens Orthodontics, Western Nebraska Endodontics, Sidney Regional Medical Center and UPS. According to...


Nov. 16 is deadline to report fall seeded, perennial forage crops

Cheyenne County USDA Farm Service Agency Executive Director Brad Fraass reminds producers that they have until Nov. 16 to report fall seeded crops and perennial forage crops such as wheat and grass to the FSA office for the 2016 crop year. Perennial...


WNCC offers free haircuts to veterans

The Western Nebraska Community College cosmetology program in Sidney will offer free haircuts to veterans with an event called “Red, White, and Blue, Honoring You.” Veterans and active duty military may receive their free haircut at the WNCC Salo...


Service Notice: Jerome Lenzen

Jerome Lenzen, 90 of Lincoln, and longtime Sidney resident, passed away at the Journey House in Lincoln, Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2015. Mass services will be held at 10:30 a.m., Monday, Nov. 2 in the St. Patrick’s Catholic Church with Father Jim Heithoff... Full story


Community Calendar 10-29-15

Ongoing A memorial account has been set up at American National Bank (Main Bank and Drive up locations) for Tabitha Davis. Donations can be made to: “Tabitha Davis Memorial Fund” to help defray expenses and to benefit twin daughters... Full story


Dale named executive VP at WNCC

SCOTTSBLUFF – Dr. Kim Dale has been named executive vice president at Western Nebraska Community College, the college announced late Wednesday afternoon. For the past five years, Dale has served as dean of instruction for two campuses of Front...


Letter to the Editor: Use funds to repair streets

Dear Editor, I have read the letters from Larry Nelson and Rita Hart and agree with both of them. I have heard the walking trails along 11th Avenue (which nobody knows how that got approved) and around Cabela’s new pond was paid for with tax dollar... Full story


HIGH SCHOOL STATE FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS: Raiders face big test vs. state's top-ranked team

Consider how these two scenarios played out last Friday night: Sidney High School needed a touchdown in the final minutes to pull out a victory against a team on a 21-game losing streak and earn a spot in the Class B state football tournament....


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