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Articles from the December 1, 2017 edition

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 By Don Ogle    News    December 1, 2017

Aquatic Center Second Year Attendance Rises

In an abbreviated agenda, the Sidney City Council heard Tuesday that attendance for the Sidney Aquatic Center rose by nearly 300 in its second year. After approving minutes from its last meeting,...

 
 By Don Ogle    Community    December 1, 2017

Christmas Activities Kick Off Saturday

Downtown Christmas activities kick into high gear this weekend with activities in Hickory Square and the Post Commanders Home. Sponsored by the Cheyenne County Chamber of Commerce and City of Sidney,...

 

Sidney Family Among NEST Winners

Nebraska State Treasurer Don Stenberg and First National Bank of Omaha today announced four randomly selected winners of the 2017 Big Dreams $20K Giveaway. Each received a $5,000 contribution to a...

 

Lighting Contest Judged Next Week

All local residents need to do to participate in a Christmas lighting contest is turn their lights on. The Cheyenne County Visitors Committee is once again sponsoring a home lighting contest, which...

 

Houk named to Kansas All-State Academic Team

Jessica Houk, a 2016 graduate of Leyton High School, is one of two students selected by Colby (Kansas) Community College to be on the 22nd annual Kansas All-State Academic Team. Kansas is one of 38...

 

Information/Forms For Candidates Available On Sec. Of State Website

LINCOLN – Candidates who are interested in running for office and must file with the Secretary of State’s office will find readily available information and forms online. Secretary John Gale says it is a “one stop shop” for anyone interested...

 

Hope Was Born On Christmas Morning

Hope defined: A favorable and confident expectation. We live in a current world that is Chaotic at best, what used to be right seems to be wrong, and what has always been wrong, all of a sudden has become right. There does not seem to be any rhyme...

 

Local Competitor Earns Entry to 'Big Show' of Junior Rodeo

Reece Stanley is a typical freshman girl of 14 at Sidney High School, if all 14-year-old girls spend their time training for rodeo events. Stanley is just days away from entering the Jr National Final...

 

Johnson Commits to USD

Sidney sophomore Mattie Johnson has given her verbal intent to attend and play volleyball for the University of South Dakota in Vermillion. Johnson a six-foot hitter for Sidney High School gave...

 

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