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Articles from the November 14, 2013 edition

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First day of testimony ends in Gipfert trial

September 13, 2011 started out like any other day but ended with her infant grandson on a helicopter transport to Denver after suffering a seizure, said Wendi Schuessler, grandmother of the alleged vi...


On the verge of disbanding, Ladies Chamber commits to another year

For months, members of the Cheyenne County Ladies Chamber feared that the end of their organization was just around the corner. Members were reluctant to step into the officer positions due to the tim... Full story


City agrees to plan for towing abandoned vehicles

The city is finally prepared to begin towing abandoned, unlicensed and inoperable vehicles. At Tuesday's meeting, the city council approved a year long contract with Affordable Towing for this purpose—although some council members were perturbed...


Reilly receives NREA top safety award

Earl Reilly, Operations Manager/Safety Director at Wheat Belt Public Power District, received the 2013 Jack McEnerney Award from the Nebraska Rural Electric Association's Job Training & Safety... Full story


Death Notice - Edward Brauer

Edward Brauer, 87 of Sidney, passed away Wednesday evening, Nov. 13, 2013 at Sidney Regional Medical Center. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m., Sat., Nov. 16, 2013 in the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Sidney with Pastor David Hall... Full story


Service Notice - Lewellyn "Lew" Roosevelt Sindt

Lewellyn “Lew” Roosevelt Sindt, 80, of Peetz passed away Tues., Nov. 12, 2013 in Greeley. Visitation will be from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 14 at Tennant Funeral Home, 330 S. 2nd St. Sterling, CO 80751. Funeral services will be at 10... Full story


Jann Lawler

Jann Lawler 1966 to 2013 Janetta Mae Lawler left this life to join our Lord and Savior on Monday, Nov. 12, 2013 at her home surrounded by family after a long, brave and hard fought battle with... Full story


Tales of a coffee-holic: On the good side

There’s a lot of hate in the world. I can admit that some of it lies within myself. I have very little patience for lazy people and those who are needlessly rude. Some people say that hate is growing and that the world is becoming a worse place...


Around Town: Tenor Richard Novak returns to Sidney

Richard Novak last visited Sidney in the middle of blizzard, one of those blinding, howling Western Nebraska winter days. "I couldn't even see the parking lot," he recalled. Few could-only a handful...


Ender's Game (PG-13) - Off the page

The bard himself recognized the massive difficulty of cramming a sprawling tale into narrow confines. Shakespeare's classic "Henry V" opens with a prologue, apologizing for the inability of the...


Football Wrap Up

Sidney Football Team Leaders Final Passing Yards Lane Harvey 691 Chance Anglin 35 Rushing Yards Logan Lewis 2,053 Chance Anglin 1,296 Michael Deaver 283 Lane Harvey 216 Carries Logan Lewis 343 Chance... Full story


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