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Articles from the November 30, 2018 edition

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Erdman Campaigns Tax Reform

A plan designed to fund the Nebraska government from three sources has turned upside down with property taxes supplying the majority of revenue, according to District 47 State Sen. Steve Erdman. Sen....

 

Council Thanks Retiring Board Member

The meeting was short, but the celebration was much longer. The Sidney City Council expedited business Tuesday in record time, setting up for a well-deserved thank-you to councilman Wendal Gaston who...

 

Sidney Staged to Celebrate Christmas Saturday

Saturday in Sidney will be busy with Christmas excitement as the Parade of Lights takes center stage. While the prediction is for snow, the Holidays in Hickory Square Christmas Kick-off and Parade of...

 

Leyton FFA Holds Member Auction

Leyton High School’s FFA Chapter is preparing for one of its biggest nights of the year, the fund raising FFA Member Auction. On Monday, Dec. 3, FFA members will host and provide a meal to community members and supporters beginning at 6 p.m....

 

Extension Brings Telepresence Robotics to Sidney

LINCOLN – Nebraska Extension and Nebraska 4-H will use virtual reality and telepresence robotics to bring an Hour of Code event, 9 a.m. to noon Dec. 8 at Nebraska Innovation Campus in Lincoln, to participants at the Sidney Public Library in...

 

Security First Supports Music Trip

The Security First Bank donated $600 to the SPS Sidney Singers. Security First Bank donates $5 from each Red Raiders Master Card debit card activated. Pictured from left are music teachers Jennifer Mead and Dave Mead, Clem Schumacher and Clint...

 

Panhandle Research Group Takes Message to Washington D.C.

We’re going to Washington. Why? I’ll explain. Back in late September, 29 agricultural attachés representing 23 foreign countries visited us at the University of Nebraska (UNL) Panhandle Research and Extension Center (PHREC). This group was part...

 

Jeanette Marie Namuth - Obituary

Jeanette Marie Namuth, age 77 of Ft. Collins, CO and longtime Lodgepole, NE resident, passed away Saturday, November 24, 2018 in Ft. Collins. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:30 A.M.,...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    November 30, 2018

Local Players Named to All-District Team

The 2018 D6-5 All-District Football Team was announced, and the Creek Valley Storm and Potter-Dix Coyotes had multiple athletes selected on the first and second teams. For the First-Team Offense,...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    November 30, 2018

Peetz Boys Earn All-Conference Football Honors

Colorado’s 2018 1A North Central All-Conference Football Team was announced Tuesday, and Peetz seniors Bryson Long and Xavier Runge and Peetz junior Cooper White were selected for their outstanding...

 

Students May Rent Hunting Equipment

LINCOLN – Students registered at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln may rent hunting equipment at the university’s Outdoor Adventure Center. The available gear and rental rates are: pop-up blind: $3/day or $6/weekend; layout blind: $3/day or...

 

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