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Articles from the May 14, 2014 edition

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 By Dave Faries    Community    May 14, 2014

Fun Day

Sidney TeamMates held a fun day for mentors and middle school students on Tuesday. The crowd enjoyed games, a popcorn bar and other activities.... Full story


School bond voted down for second time

The Sidney school bond was defeated again on Tuesday, this time by a margin of just 64 votes. The $16.95 million bond would have funded the construction of a new K-4 school to replace the three aging facilities that now house those grade levels, the...


Golf course thief to serve jail time

Nathan Pohl will be spending more than one year imprisoned for an attempted burglary followed by an escape from the Sidney police station earlier this year. The Sidney man was initially arrested in February when law enforcement found him trespassing...


Sidney man receives probation for theft of truck

Wyatt Coleman was sentenced to two years of probation on Tuesday for stealing a pickup truck from a Sidney residence in December 2013. The pickup was recovered by the Weld County sheriff’s department near Greeley, Colorado a few days after it was s...


Service Notice - Betty J. Hoven

Betty J. Hoven, 87 of Sidney, went to her Heavenly Father Monday morning, May 12, 2014 at the Golden Living Center in Sidney. Memorial Services will be 10 a.m., Friday, May 16th in the Gehrig-Stitt Chapel with Rev. Kelvin Boltjes officiating.... Full story


Court Briefs 05-14-14

The following people appeared in Deuel County District Court on Tuesday, May 14, before the Honorable Derek Weimer: Kristie Keenan, age 30 of Dalton, appeared with counsel for a pre-trial conference on a charge of Extortion, a class III felony. A ple... Full story


Grand Prairie Cemetery gets a face lift

A new sign has been erected at the Grand Prairie Cemetery, located about two miles south of Sidney. Volunteers taking care of the location decided age and weather made replacing the sign a necessity.... Full story

 By Edward Jones    Community    May 14, 2014

Start saving today for tomorrow's college bills

Another school year is drawing to a close. If you have young children, you might be planning for their summer activities. But you also might want to look even farther into the future — to the day when your kids say “goodbye” to their local scho...

 By Stephen McKay    Sports    May 14, 2014

Storm claim first team win at Sutherland Invite

Though Creek Valley had already learned they were the champions of the Sutherland Invite Tuesday, edging North Platte by two strokes, there was still one more score to settle. Fresh off the heels of...


Area Sports Schedule

Wed. May 14 TRACK & FIELD Class D-11 District Championships Potter-Dix, Creek Valley, Leyton @ Morrill 9 a.m. Thu. May 15 TRACK & FIELD Class B-6 District Championships Sidney @ Ogallala 9 a.m. Colorado State High School Championships @ Jefferson... Full story


Peetz sends 16 to state meet

Peetz will compete in the state track meet May 15-17 in Lakewood, Colorado. Two Bulldogs will challenge in individual events: Morgan Burns (triple jump) and Angelica Clowdis (pole vault, long jump). Peetz is also sending their boys 4x100, 4x200,... Full story


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