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 By Don Ogle    News    November 15, 2017

Hwy. 30 construction project nearly done

Paving on U.S. Highway 30 should be wrapped up this week, and along with it, the end of a trying construction season through downtown Sidney. All that's left for this season, says Bucl Simmons, a...

 

Adventure With A Purpose

They walk along the highway, waving at passing cars, visiting about life, and learning about themselves and the country. Amanda Autry and Kolton Rackham left Tybee Island in Georgia May 1 with two...

 

More property, income tax debates expected in 2018 session

LINCOLN — Despite a state budget crunch and a push to lower property taxes, Nebraska lawmakers will likely face another debate over income taxes in next year’s session. Key lawmakers say they’re hopeful they can reach a compromise on a package...

 

Nebraska officials to rule on Keystone XL oil pipeline route

LINCOLN (AP) — Nebraska regulators plan to announce their decision next week on the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline route across the state. The Nebraska Public Service Commission will announce its ruling on Monday after spending months...

 

Nebraska now member of Interstate Wildlife Violator Compact

LINCOLN – Nebraska has joined the Interstate Wildlife Violator Compact, which is an agreement that recognizes the suspension of hunting, fishing, and trapping licenses in states that are members of the compact. Any person whose license privileges...

 

Milo Harvest

Farmers across the county continue to harvest crops after getting off to a slow start. This farmer combines milo in near perfect harvest weather east of Sidney Monday....

 

Library Donation

Central Elementary School kindergartners test-drove new chairs and books at the school library recently. The new chairs and books were purchased with proceeds from two community efforts supporting...

 

Remembering our veterans

The flags were solemnly paraded to their rightful positions. School officials, veterans, guests and students stood in respect as the service Friday, Nov. 10, honoring military veterans commenced at...

 

Nebraska struggles to fund mental health services

COLUMBUS (AP) — A Nebraska lawmaker says the state is struggling to offer mental health services as it moves from state-run regional centers to locally run operations. The state made the decision to switch from institution care to local programs...

 

Carole Kadie - Obituary

Carole Kadie, 96 of Sidney, Nebraska died Sunday evening, November 12, 2017 at Sidney Care and Rehabilitation in Sidney. At her request cremation has taken place and there will be no services. Her ashes will be scattered, with those of her husband,...

 

Moving on to championship

PEETZ -- At the semi-finals level of playoffs, a high level of competition is expected. Fans weren't disappointed Saturday as the Peetz Bulldogs battled the Kit Carson Wildcats for the right to the...

 

Western Conference announces All-Conference athletes

Several Sidney athletes were recognized as Western Conference All-Conference 2017-2018 athletes. In volleyball, Mattie Johnson, Payton Jung, and Natalie Radcliffe are all-conference with Katelyn...

 

MAC Conference recognizes area athletes

In the MAC Conference, Potter-Dix has three all-conference volleyball players, Creek Valley has two an Leyton has three. Potter-Dix seniors Trinity Langley, Audrey Juelfs and Payge Hoffman are...

 

SHS basketball travels to Hershey Nov. 21

The Sidney Varsity Girls and Boys Basketball teams will be traveling to Hershey on Tuesday Nov. 21 to play in a Nebraska High School Hall of Fame Game.  No passes will be accepted as all proceeds will go to the Nebraska High School Hall of Fame....

 

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