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Articles from the November 18, 2020 edition

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Feed for the Horses

The news breaks interrupted the day like a thunder clap on a still day. Yet another fire was announced. This one generally between and west of the Cameron Peak Fire near Fort Collins, Colo., and the...

 

Nelnet Commits Support to Sidney Schools

Nelnet is showing its support of the Sidney Community with a donation to the Sidney Public Schools. On Monday, Nov. 9, Nelnet Development Manager Cory Keen and his team of local employees met with...

 

School Supt. Ehler Updates Board on COVID Response

With the Panhandle Public Health District's Risk Dial entering the Red, the Severe Risk, category, the Sidney School District Administration are making plans against increasing cases associated with...

 

Commissioners Pass COVID Policy

The Cheyenne County Commissioners Monday approved a policy addressing COVID-19 and the increasing number of positive cases in Cheyenne County and the Nebraska Panhandle. The policy addresses county...

 

Area Agencies on Aging Benefit Seniors

Lincoln - Nebraska’s eight Area Agencies on Aging (AAA’s) have been creative in meeting the needs of clients across the state, according to Cynthia Brammeier, Administrator for the State Unit on Aging (SUA). During the current pandemic, the...

 

Janice E. Jordan

Janice Jordan died on November 5, 2020 in Sidney, NE. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a private memorial service will be held with Pastor Leon “Bud” Gillespie officiating. Cremation has taken...

 

Ronald Eugene Hokom

From Western Nebraska’s wheat fields to the Gulf Coast of Texas, Ronald Eugene Hokom’s life spanned 76 years and 10 months. He passed away on Saturday, October 24, 2020. Ron was born to Lowell...

 

Holiday Craft Fair

The Sidney Elks Lodge hosted a Holiday Craft Fair Saturday, Nov. 14. Vendors offered home crafts, cakes and tea, cosmetics and hand-made masks....

 

Why Trump Had to Lose

Why is Donald Trump so hated by the elites of society and establishments in government and media? Because he had the audacity to disrupt planning that had been underway for decades. A great global...

 

Learning from Our Founding Fathers

I was looking through my bookshelves recently when I stumbled upon a book of quotes from Thomas Jefferson. “That government is best which governs the least, because its people discipline...

 

Protect Our Hospitals

Sometimes the only way out is through.  That’s certainly true of the coronavirus pandemic.  We can’t stop this virus, but we can slow its spread.  Right now, there’s an urgent need for all...

 

Avoid These Estate Planning Mistakes

You save and invest to meet a variety of goals during your lifetime: college for your children, long vacations, a comfortable retirement, and so on. But you probably also want to leave something behind – to your loved ones and, possibly, to the...

 

Cling to Christ

Enough! Enough already!!! That seems to be the cry of people across our country. We are seeing more anxiety as thoughts and conversations seem to turn to the Covid- 19 virus, the 2020 election, fires, droughts, hurricanes, loss of jobs, loneliness,...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    November 18, 2020

Prairie Pushes Past Peetz, 67-14

Peetz’s Bulldog Football team dropped its fourth consecutive contest with a loss to the Prairie Mustangs Friday night in New Raymer, 67-to-14. A scoring burst at the end of the second quarter...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    November 18, 2020

Leyton Football All-District Honorees

Leyton’s Warrior Football team had three starters named to the D2-10 All District Team after the Warrior’s successful 5-and-4 season and playoff appearance. Leyton also had two players named as...

 

October Students of the Month

Students of the Month for October are: 7th grade: Alek Doty. Alek Doty has an intense desire to accomplish the goals he sets for himself. He works well individually and understands the the value of te...

 

Community Thanksgiving Set for Nov. 24

Brand New Items and Coffee Shop at 940 10th Ave., Sidney, the corner of Jackson Street and 10th Avenue, is extending an invitation to the Sidney community for a Thanksgiving dinner from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 24, at the coffee shop. The...

 

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