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Articles from the November 20, 2013 edition

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Alleged victim's mother takes the stand as Gipfert trial continues

On day five of the State of Nebraska vs. Nancy Gipfert, the alleged victim’s mother testified that her two-month-old son was healthy and normal until the events of Sept. 13, 2011. Gipfert is charged with one count of child abuse causing serious...

 By Dave Faries    News    November 20, 2013

Honoring local teachers

Brent Joyce of Sidney High School celebrates winning at $50 certificate to Dude's Steakhouse during Tuesday night's business after hours event honoring local teachers. The ceremony was sponsored by... Full story


American Education Week

This is American Education Week. North Elementary School invited parents to eat lunch with their kids in order to spend more time with their children and get more involved in their educational... Full story


Dix man allegedly threatens "non-virgins" at Potter-Dix school

Cheyenne County Sheriff’s deputies requested an arrest warrant Tuesday for Charles Smith, following a series of phone calls to Potter-Dix High School in which Smith allegedly threatened to kill all “non-virgins” at the facility. The Dix...


Donation made to Head Start program

Recently Head Start was forced to cut back from full to half days. The program caters to three, four and five year olds from 8:00 a.m. to noon. Due to money being tight, director Patsy Yager does not... Full story


A matter of perspective

It’s a funny feeling when your perspective on something changes. In this instance, my opinion of my hometown changed dramatically between ages 18 and 22. As a senior in high school, I couldn’t wait to get out of Terre Haute. I was a few months fr...


Letter to the Editor: In praise of the north side

This is in response to Ms Sievers' article about her fear of our Nebraska winters and a seedy North side. I am a four generation Sidneyite. My great grandparents homesteaded in this area and this is where my family has been proud to call our home.... Full story


Stars shine in the fall

Over the roughly 11 weeks of the fall sports season there were plenty of ups and downs, with good days and bad days for all. During that journey, many of our area athletes have shined with brilliant...


Creek Valley wrestling practice

Senior Mason Low tries to contain the escape move of freshman teammate Michael Dietz.... Full story


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