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Articles from the December 16, 2014 edition

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Ehlers' Crossfit Club delayed over ADA issues

Gary and Sonja Ehlers want to remodel the former Freight Building at 1850 15th Ave. into a private workout gym to accommodate a Crossfit Club. The building, which the Ehlers have leased from owner Simmons Cook, formerly housed the Nebraska Transport...


First winter storm of season brings reminders of driver safety

The time has come to bundle up, drive slow and take precautions when driving around the Nebraska roadways. Amidst a bevy of non-fatal incidents in recent days, Sidney residents are being warned to be...


Annual Christmas Tea

The Sidney Singers, under the director David Mead, preformed for the ninth annual Christmas Tea on Saturday, Dec. 13. The Christmas Tea was hosted by the Sidney Public Library staff where 25 ladies... Full story


Edward Jones Christmas Luncheon

Left, Elvira Benson, Emily Benson and Sklyler Talamantes were on hand to serve food at the Edward Jones Christmas Luncheon on Monday afternoon. Right, Bill Benson, coordinator of this event, poses... Full story


Service Notice: Larry L. Cox

Larry L. Cox, 61 of Sidney, passed away in his home peacefully on Thurs., Dec. 11, 2014. Memorial services will be at 11 a.m., Fri., Dec. 19th in the First United Methodist Church with Rev. Tom Hyde officiating. Inurnment will take place in the... Full story


Community Calendar 12-16-14

Ongoing Send your Christmas wishes to military members in veteran’s hospitals. Visit the Nancy Fawcett Memorial Library in Lodgepole from 2:30-6:30 p.m. Monday to Thursday (Dec. 8-11 and Dec. 15-18) to sign a card or write a note. Cards, envelopes... Full story


Lifelong Health: Smoking reduces a woman's life expectancy by 10 years

As a general rule when it comes to health, women are far better off than men. Prior to menopause, their risk of heart disease and stroke is substantially less than men, and the numbers of cancers occurring in both sexes is significantly lower. But...


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