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Articles from the November 28, 2018 edition

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Tourism Committee Seeks Board Members

The shingle is out. The vacancy sign is lit. The Cheyenne County Tourism Committee is looking for people interested in promoting the county. The committee is seeking two members and two alternates,...

 

Snow Removal

A City of Sidney Parks Department crew removes snow from Hickory Square to prepare for decorations to be put up this week so they are ready Holidays on Hickory Square Dec. 1. Prior to the Parade of...

 

Spanish Club Plans Trip to Central America

To understand, not just learn, a language, a student needs to experience the people and culture. True education needs immersion of the senses and communication. That is the goal of the Sidney High School Spanish Club and their plans to travel to...

 

Sidney High's Avila Recognized for Language Approach

When a teacher sees a student "get it," it is a moment of excitement for the teacher and the student. It is a moment that often follows a series of failures in the process, failures that become...

 

Jeanette M. Namuth - Service Notice

Jeanette M. Namuth, age 77 of Ft. Collins, CO and former long-time Lodgepole resident, passed away in Ft. Collins, CO, November 24, 2018. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:30 A.M., Friday November 30th with a Rosary Service at 6:00 P.M.,...

 

Richard L. Glassburn - Obituary

Richard L. Glassburn, 70 of Ogallala, passed away Sunday, November 18, 2018, at Great Plains Health in North Platte. Rick was born July 12, 1948, at Lincoln, Nebraska. In September of 1957, he was adopted by Milan and Virginia (Hobbs) Glassburn. He...

 

Elaine V. Schlueter - Obituary

Sidney resident Elaine V. Schlueter, 90, passed away Thursday, November 15, 2018, at Sidney Regional Extended Care, Sidney, NE. Private family service will be held and burial will be at Parkview Cemetery in Hastings. There will be no viewing or visit...

 

Potter Part of Nebraska Passport Success

LINCOLN – They toured. They stopped at places they likely didn't know existed until signing up for the program. The tour brought them to coffee shops, off-the-highway diners and shops. In the end, these retail tourists learned more about Nebraska,...

 

Seasonal Cleanup Duties

Boy Scouts raked the yard at the Fort Sidney Post Commander's Home and decorated the facility with Christmas lights and greenery. Pictured from left are Owen Kurz, Brian Kurz and Jakob...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    November 28, 2018

Raiders Split Hall of Fame Games

Sidney's boys and girls basketball teams are heading into their seasons, and hosted the Hall of Fame Basketball Game against the visiting Hershey Panthers. The teams were able to get quality...

 

Preliminary Deer Harvest Lower than Expected

LINCOLN – Nebraska’s muzzleloader deer season opens Dec. 1 and those shooting black-powder firearms are gearing up. “Temperatures are dropping and the deer are going to be moving in search of high-energy foods,” Nebraska Hunter Education...

 

Muzzleloader Deer Season Opens Dec. 1

LINCOLN – Preliminary deer harvest in Nebraska is 5 percent behind last year’s pace. From Sept. 1 through Nov. 26, there were 47,532 deer checked, compared to 49,923 in 2017. Mule deer buck harvest decreased slightly, with 8,575 taken, compared...

 

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