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Articles from the November 24, 2022 edition

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 By Mike Motz    News    November 24, 2022

Hajek Defeats Keller In Contentious County Assessor's Race

The big race that was being watched in Cheyenne County on Election Day was for the Cheyenne County Assessor. Normally an assessor's race is not a very high-profile office, but over the past year... Full story

 By Mike Motz    News    November 24, 2022

2021 Music Evangelist of the Year Sings for Sidney

The Well Church in Sidney and the Fox Theater hosted the multi-award winning musician Justin Todd Herod Saturday night. It was a well-attended evening of country music with a Christian message that... Full story



Same pages, new locations! Local news: 2A Opinion page: 3A Community Photos: 4A & 5A Faith/Church: 6A Crossword & Comics: 7A Finance/Business: 8A AG & Real Estate: 9A Obits/local news: 10A Oh Look! More Changes! Yay! Said no one ever. No one... Full story


Mark Didier

Mark Didier, 45, of Bridgeport passed away on November 13, 2022 following a short and aggressive fight with cancer. Mark was born on September 15, 1977 to Don and Deanne Didier. He graduated from Brid... Full story


Vincent Anthony Joseph Heeg

Long time Kimball resident Vincent Anthony Joseph Heeg, passed into eternal life on Tuesday, November 15th, he was 87. Vince was born in Sidney, Nebraska and was the youngest of 7 siblings--5... Full story


Percy M. Herrera

Percy M. Herrera, age 91, of Sidney, passed away on Wednesday, November 16, 2022 at Sidney Regional Medical Center Extended Care in Sidney, NE. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:00 A.M.... Full story


Lady Raiders Named To All-Conference Team

Sidney junior hitter Karsyn Leeling, senior setter Reese Riddle and senior libero Rheagan Stanley were all named to the Western Conference All-Conference Volleyball Team of 2022-23. Leeling was the... Full story


Thoughts on Thanksgiving

Elias Boudinot, a member of Congress in the new Federal Government, introduced a resolution in 1789, to form a joint committee that asked President George Washington to call for a day of prayer and...


Straight Talk From Steve: Non-partisan Legislature

Some of you can still remember the old television detective show, Dragnet. Sgt. Joe Friday's most famous line on that TV show was, "just the facts ma'am!" The implication of that statement was that... Full story


Delta Dawn When the Light Comes On With Ivy Joy Johnson

Separation of church and state was the deep desire of worshipers known as "Separatists", "Purists" and "Pilgrims". Britain held them in ghastly prisons for their belief that there was just one King:... Full story


Connecting with Nebraskans

Recently, I traveled around our state and visited with many Nebraskans. As always, it is great to meet people where they are and to talk about what matters most to them. Communication with your... Full story


Security First's "Tree of Light" Campaign

Security First Insurance kicked off the "Tree of Light" campaign on November 21. For 24 years, First Security has implemented the "Tree of Light" program for seniors at Sidney Regional Medical Center...


Kindness for Kids

Sidney Pre-school and Kindergarten students participated in the Kindness for Kids Program last week, and they brought in over 250 non-perishable food items to be donated to the local community food... Full story


Sidney Middle School Spirit Week

The students of Sidney Middle School went all out for Spirit Week last week in Sidney, and looked like they were ready to "Hang Ten" on a surfboard at Waikiki Beach!... Full story


Sidney Students Selected to Sing National Anthem

Sidney students were chosen from a group of over 200 auditions statewide to sing the National Anthem at the Nebraska State Football finals. Congratulations to our talented Raider students. Back row... Full story


8th Grade Girls Chadron Classic Champs

Sidney Middle School's 8th Grade Girls Basketball team were crowned the Chadron Classic Champions last week.... Full story

 By Mike Motz    Sports    November 24, 2022

Adversity and Geography

When I first started as the Sports Editor for the Sun-Telegraph five years ago, the Winter Sports season had just kicked off and I was getting to know the area teams. A number of them, including the S... Full story

 By Mike Motz    Sports    November 24, 2022

Coyotes Earn D6 Football Honors

Several of the Potter-Dix Coyote Football team standouts have been selected to the D6 All-District/All-Conference team, after finishing their season with a 9-and-1 record. Junior Brayden Kasten was na... Full story

 By Mike Motz    Sports    November 24, 2022

Lady Coyotes Selected For D2 All-Conference Honors

Standouts on the 23-and-9 2022-23 Potter-Dix Lady Coyote Volleyball team were selected for D2 All Conference Honors. Seniors Jayden Shoemaker and Kallie Crossman were named to the D2 All-Conference... Full story

 By Mike Motz    Sports    November 24, 2022

Warriors Grab D-9 All-District Team Honors

Leyton's Warrior Football team had several athletes selected for the 2022-23 D-9 All-District Football Team. Senior Justin Ernest was named to the First Team Offense as a Tight End/Wide Receiver. He h... Full story

 By Mike Motz    Sports    November 24, 2022

Creek Valley's Polk, Wilber Honored With MAC Selections

Creek Valley's Storm Football team had two of their athletes honored with MAC Conference All-District/All-Conference Awards. Freshman Zander Polk was named to the MAC All-District/All-Conference... Full story


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