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Articles from the November 15, 2013 edition

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Physicians offer differentiating opinions on day two of Gipfert trial

Medical experts for both the prosecution and defense testified Thursday regarding possible causes of internal head injuries to the alleged victim in the case of the State of Nebraska vs. Nancy...


85th Birthday & Business After Hours

Gene Lienemann celebrated his 85th birthday with a Business After Hours event at the Hillside Bar and Grill on Thursday evening. Lienemann has been involved in the Cheyenne County Chamber for a... Full story


Osborn brings campaign, ideas to Sidney

Shane Osborn is a veteran and entrepreneur hoping to be elected to the United States Senate. On a stop in Sidney on Friday morning, he met with local residents at Dude's Steakhouse, hoping to make an... Full story


Wrestling club treasurer arrested after $4500 discovered missing

Sidney Wrestling Club treasurer Amanda Sykora was arrested by Cheyenne County Sheriff’s deputies on Oct. 11 for allegedly forging a signature on checks totaling $4506.36 and the theft of club funds. Sykora reportedly admitted to using the club’s...


Across The Fence: Remembering

Ninety-five years ago, at the 11th hour on the 11th day of the 11th month the "War To End All Wars" came to a close. November 11, 1918 marked that ending and was known as Armistice Day, for many...


Edward Brauer

Edward Brauer 1926 to 2013 Edward J. 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., Saturday, Nov.... Full story


Good Old Days

100 YEARS AGO 'COMING! Opera House Ole Theobaldi and Company' November 15, 1913 Ole Theobaldi is conceded to be the greatest violinist living today. Madame Steitzel, the famous soprano, is one of the...


Editorial round-up: Editorial writers sound off on rural issues, trans fats

Omaha World-Herald on the need for a farm bill The track record of Congress in neglecting its basic duties is remarkable. Lawmakers’ most glaring irresponsibility is of course the failure to pass an actual budget, let alone any type of serious, lon...


Religion News Briefs

Bishops elect Louisville archbishop new president BALTIMORE (AP) — The nation’s Roman Catholic bishops have elected Archbishop Joseph Kurtz of Kentucky to be their new president as they grapple with changing priorities under Pope Francis. Kurtz,...


Warriors bow out of state with 3-0 loss to Giltner

Despite another outstanding season the Leyton Warriors were eliminated from the Class D2 state volleyball tournament in straight sets by the Giltner Hornets on Thursday. The second seeded Hornets topp...


Talking Sports: Racking up the miles

With the Leyton Warriors exit from the state volleyball tournament yesterday morning, the fall sports season for the Sun-Telegraph is now officially over. Now it's on to basketball and wrestling, and...


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