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Students as Teachers at Sidney High

Students imitated teachers, or was it the other way around, during Sidney High School's Homecoming Week. Students at Sidney High School dressed as their teachers during Homecoming Week. Pictured from...

 

Jigsaw Puzzle Tournament To Be Held Oct. 10 in Sidney

The Friends of the Sidney Public Library is hosting a Jigsaw Puzzle Tournament 1 p.m. To 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10. All two-adult teams will be piecing together identical 500-piece puzzles. Contestants must be 15 years of age or older. The event will...

 

Are Your Loved Ones Prepared to Be Caregivers?

Once you’re retired and your children are grown, they are likely “off the books,” as far as your financial responsibility for them is concerned. Yet, you’re probably still prepared to do anything to help them – but are they ready to take...

 

Finding a Place

In today's world there is a lot of Fear, confusion, and anxiety, so where does one turn to find Peace of mind, focus, and rest. In John 15 the Word of GOD talks about abiding in Christ. word Abide  has several meanings, to remain, to continue in,...

 

Annual NRD Conference Focuses on Sustainability, Techonology

LINCOLN – Natural resources stakeholders and experts will be in Kearney for the annual Nebraska Natural Resources Districts (NRDs) Conference at the Younes Conference Center Sept. 26-28. The conference brings together NRD employees, directors and...

 

Master Gardner Tips

Volunteering at community gardens: With fall approaching there are many garden tasks to be completed and many community gardens in need of care, including the Scotts Bluff Court House front garden fall cleanup; removing tall grasses at the Guadalupe...

 

Public Records

September 10 4:55 am, Traffic Accident-no injury, Two J’s Liquor, Illinois St. 7:04 am, Traffic Complaint, Wright Trucking, Greenwood Rd. 8:26 am, Animal Call, Osage St. 8:55 am, Code Violation, Jackson St. 8:57 am, Code Violation, 16th Ave. 9:05...

 

Roelles Chosen as 2021 For Peetz Sake Parade Marshalls

This year’s “2021 For Peetz Sake” Parade Marshalls are Dennis and Ann Roelle. They have lived all of their married life in the Peetz Community for over 46 years. Dennis was born and raised in...

 

Battling The Quiet Disease

Suicide is reported to be the 10th leading cause of death in the United States. In 2019, 47,511 Americans died by suicide, with an estimated 1.38 million attempts. According to the American...

 

September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

September is suicide prevention awareness month and is a good time to bring to light the mental health crisis that has grown in every community since the beginning of the pandemic. While mental health struggles have always existed, we are seeing...

 

Plan Ahead Before Joining The 'Great Resignation'

It’s been called the “Great Resignation” – the large number of Americans voluntarily leaving their jobs. If you plan to be part of it (ideally with another source of employment lined up), you’ll need to make the financial moves necessary to...

 

Who is Jesus?

Have you ever tried to define Jesus? I mean, how would you tell someone else who Jesus is? Don’t be too upset if you can’t quite nail it down about who and what Jesus is to you. From the very beginning, most people couldn’t. And even today,...

 

2021 State Fair 4-H Results

Sara Allard – Purple – Intermediate Beef Showmanship Sara Allard – Purple - Market Beef – Crossbred Steers Sidney Allard – Purple – Senior Beef Showmanship Sidney Allard – Purple – Commercial Breeding Heifers Calved March/April 2020...

 

Returning to the Farm Workshop Set For December 10, 11

Lincoln - The University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Center for Agricultural Profitability and Nebraska Extension will present Returning to the Farm, a workshop series for families who are in the...

 

Making Friends With an Angel

My first visit to Angel's village was awkward. I stayed with Alfred and Florence. They isolated me in the house's living room and gave me a kerosene cook stove to prepare my food. They didn't know how...

 

Public Records

August 27 1:46 am, Open Door/Window, 21st Century Equipment, 17J Link 3:01 am, Medical Call, Western Heritage, 11th Ave. 5:09 am, Transient Aid, Western Heritage, 11th Ave. 8:46 am, Directed Health Measure 9:37 am, Code Violation, 17J Link &...

 

The Well-Armed Woman

This summer I’ve spent time writing about shooting fundamentals and basic range drills. This article will wrap up these topics by going over common shooting mistakes. I’ll categorize the mistakes into 4 categories: Grip/stance, trigger control, a...

 

Dalton Fall Festival Set for Sept. 17-19

The community of Dalton will have its Fall Festival this weekend, Sept. 17-19. The Dalton Fall Festival is scheduled in coordination with the Leyton High School Homecoming events. Activities start Friday with a Potato Bar at the American Legion from...

 

Meals Program More Than a Job

Each weekday in Sidney, a room at the Cheyenne County Community Center is busy with cooks preparing meals. Some of the meals are delivered to Sidney residents, and others are shared in a daily meal...

 

Hard Ride during Potter Days

Potter Days included a Ranch Bronc Riding event in memory of Merlyn "Pops" Heidemann. The weekend also had Duck Pin Bowling, sand volleyball, a parade, a craft fair and food vendors, and the Tin Roof...

 

Sidney Judge Sits With State Supreme Court

Nebraska District Court Judge Derek Weimer of Sidney, was invited to sit with the Nebraska Supreme Court on Aug. 31, 2021, for the first argument session of the term. The court session was held in...

 

Help Grandkids Prepare for The Future

If you’re a grandparent, you don’t need Grandparents Day, observed on Sept. 12, to remind you of the joys of having grandchildren. Yet, you might want to use this day as an opportunity to think about ways to help provide for your...

 

Proverbs 3

Perhaps you have heard it said, “sometimes, you have to look over your shoulder to see how much of the field has been plowed.” In my previous life, I worked in the welding and atmospheric gas industries. I used this analogy with my coworkers and...

 

Kopriva Ag Ready for Business

Daryl Koptiva grew up farming. When he wasn't farming, he was custom harvesting. When he wasn't cutting grain, he was repairing machinery to get back in the field. Now he is offering his experience...

 

Master Gardener:

Some photography tips to capture great shots of your garden and landscape: Anytime is a good time to photograph something in your garden. But to improve your photography, early morning and late afternoon offer the best lighting of the day. Overcast...

 

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