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Articles from the December 20, 2013 edition

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Court Briefs - 12-20-13

The following people appeared in Deuel County Court on Tuesday, Dec. 17, before the Honorable Randin Roland: Elizabeth Fricke, age 47 of Chappell, appeared for a pre-trial conference on a charge of DUI 2nd Offense, a class W misdemeanor. She pled...

 

Charity provides Christmas dinner to those in need

Bountiful baskets of goodwill and holiday food filled the Legion Park shelter house yesterday where the Wide Awake Circle of the King’s Daughters gave away Christmas baskets to needy families. The local charity presented 125 baskets in total to...

 

Across the Fence: Last Christmas

As the unofficial historian in the family, one would think that I should keep a detailed journal of all family events. Unfortunately I do not. I had a great-aunt Lydia who did just that and her...

 

Good Old Days 12-20-13

COMPILED BY THE SIDNEY Sun-Telegraph Staff These stories from the past first appeared in The Sidney Telegraph. Original writing is preserved, though some stories were shortened for space reasons. 100...

 

A Christmas story

Everyone loves a good story, and Christmas has the best ones. What's your favorite Christmas movie? Is it A Wonderful Life, as George finds out that his life has meaning? Or is it Home Alone as Kevin...

 

Desk dedication

The Sidney Public Library received the donation to get a new desk about a year ago. The previous desk had been in place for 45 years, and with advancements in computers and technology, a desk more... Full story

 

Sidney alters zoning, parking regulations

The city council recently approved three ordinances which changed some city regulations and allowances. One raises height restrictions on buildings from 50 to 80 feet in C3 or heavy commercial zones, which would accommodate some new developments....

 

Agreement signed for walking trail extension

The city of Sidney signed a supplemental agreement for the Deadwood Trail project with the State Department of Roads at this week’s city council. This agreement locks in additional funds the department of roads has agreed to supply for the hiking,...

 

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