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Articles from the July 17, 2015 edition

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Chief gets jail time

Sidney Police Chief B.J. Wilkinson was sentenced to 30 days in jail on Friday morning after pleading no contest to a misdemeanor charge of obstructing government operations. Twelfth District County...


Noel quits as county highway superintendent

Tom Noel, who served as Cheyenne County Highway Superintendent for 15 years, stepped down from his position on Friday morning. An emergency special meeting of the county commissioners was called to accept Noel’s resignation. At the meeting, Doug...


Mosquito spraying begins in Sidney

Weekly mosquito spraying began in Sidney this week to combat the population of those pesky nuisances that are as much a part of summer as barbecues. "Weather permitting, spraying will continue each...


Across The Fence: Re-writing Wyoming's history

On July 10, 1890, Wyoming Territory was granted statehood and became the 44th state to join the ranks of the U.S. Last weekend in Cheyenne, Wyo., a celebration of those 125 years was commemorated with...


Community Calendar 07-17-15

Dalton Prairie Sooner Museum open Saturday and Sundays from 1-4 p.m., for the rest of the summer. Farmer’s Market on Saturdays July 11 through Oct. 10 at Hickory Street Square from 8 to 11 a.m. in Sidney Friday, July 17 Camp and Dance dancers will... Full story


Living without fear

There are many things in life that I do not understand. In fact, were I to list all the things that do not make sense to me the list would be far longer than the list of stuff that does make sense. In reality, as a man of faith, I have come to unders...


Good Old Days 07-19-15

Compiled By Delaney Uhrig These stories from the past first appeared in The Sidney Telegraph. Original writing is preserved, though some stories were shortened for space reasons. 50 YEARS AGO...

 By Stephen McKay    Sports    July 17, 2015


The Sidney High School volleyball team hosted a youth camp this week for girls to work on skills, participate in drills and play scrimmages.... Full story


Dormann paces locals at Jr. Am

KIMBALL – Alex Schaake of Omaha won his second straight Nebraska Junior Amateur Championship on Thursday as he fired a 74 at West Winds Golf Course in Kimball to overtake second-round leader Koy Potthoff of Scottsbluff. Schaake finished with a 54-h...


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