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Sidney Nazarene Church Hosting Special Services

The Sidney Church of the Nazarene is hosting Burkhalter Ministries Oct. 20-23 at the church, 1445 Jackson St. Service times are 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 20, and 6:30 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, Oct....

 

September Students of the Month

The Sidney School District Board of Education recognized the September Students of the Month Monday. 7th grade: Kayla Westby is a strong academic student who often leads in the classroom by example. S...

 

Sidney Middle School Honor Roll

8th Grade Straight A Honor Roll Sidney Allard, Matthew Carlson, Zoey Dornbier, Ty Grunig, Cole Hanley, Harold Hicks, Ellie Hollingshead, Luke Holly, Siona Kshirsagar, Johnathan Meza, Jayce Namuth, Madison Packer, Danay Peters, Katie Ramsey, Syrus...

 
 By Ana Manning    Community    October 23, 2019 

Potter-Dix Celebrates Homecoming

This years homecoming was filled with fun dress up days, enjoyable activities, and even our first snow of the year. The theme this year was "versus." To start with our homecoming festivities, Dress...

 

Leyton High School Class of 1979: First out the Door plus 40 years more!

The Leyton High School Class of 1979 held its 40th Class Reunion-Sept. 20-21 over Dalton Fall Festival Weekend. Friday was Meet 'N Greet in Dalton to decorate the class float for the parade on...

 

Celebrate Friends of the Library Week

The Friends of the Sidney Public Library will be spending the week of October 20-26, 2019, celebrating its Friends of the Library group as part of the 13th annual celebration of National Friends of Libraries Week. The Friends put on several...

 

Sidney Community Celebrates 45th Oktoberfest

Just past noon Friday, there was a reverent disruption to the increasingly rowdy celebrants west of Sidney. The annual Oktoberfest celebration got underway with the official sampling of the beer, a...

 

Job's Daughters International

Job’s Daughters Inter-national, Bethel #25 of Sidney, NE competed in their annual state competition “Let Your Dreams Set Sail” Grand Session in Kearney, NE this past summer. The small but mighty team garnered first place for Small Bethel...

 

See You at the Pole

Students gathered at the flagpole at Sidney High School last week for the "See You at the Pole" prayer event. The student-lead event invites students and adults to meet to pray for the nation,...

 

North Elementary Celebrates 90th Birthday

Students are served cake in honor of North Elementary School's 90th birthday on Sept. 25. The celebration included students singing in the playground to parents and staff. The building as it is seen...

 

Suicide Awareness Event Sets Record

Legion Park was busy with walkers, artists, children chattering and adults talking within the cool shade of the trees near the Shelter House. Under the surface, many held that puts them in an...

 

Sidney Resident Battling Cancer

She has a son. She is active in the Sidney and Cheyenne County Community. She is in a battle against Stage 4 Metastatic Pancreatic Cancer and Adenocarcinoma of the liver. Stephanie Hajek is a...

 

Dalton Fall Festival

The Village of Dalton celebrated with their Fall Festival Friday. Parade floats included the Job's Daughters, American Legion and VFW....

 

Sidney High School Class of '69

The Sidney High School class of 1969 held their 50-year reunion on August 16, 17 and 18th. Fifty seven classmates and their guests attended. Front Row: Chris Brening, Larry Lingwall, Greg Merick,...

 

Public Records

Cheyenne County Sheriff’s Office September 11, 2019 7:26 pm, Transport, Scottsbluff 7:19 pm, Traffic Accident, No Injury, US Hwy 30 & CR 99, Cheyenne Cty. 6:49 pm, Paper Service, 800 Block King St. 7:00 pm, Paper Service, 2200 block Linden St....

 

Peetz, Dalton Celebrate Community

This weekend will be busy with community celebrations. ---- PEETZ ---- The town of Peetz will be hosting For Peetz Sake Days and their homecoming. Events start Friday, Sept. 20, in Peetz with a bake sale and craft sale at the Old Fire Hall 3 p.m. to...

 

Phillips 'Li'l Red Express' Featured in Vintage Truck Magazine

The late 1970s was a time of 8-track radios, CB radios, 55 mph interstate speed limits and the Dodge Li'l Red Express. Owning one has been a passion of John Phillips since then. He first got a...

 

Gurley Celebrates Community

Thursday evening the traffic through Gurley surpassed normal in both the automotive and pedestrian variety as the village rolled out the red carpet for people to see what it has to offer, and where...

 

Potter Days Royalty

Crowned as Miss Potter 2019 this evening was Miss Mary Kasten, daughter of Jason and Amanda Kasten. Her attendants are Miss Virginia Herboldsheimer, daughter of Bryan and Laurie Herboldsheimer, and...

 

Holy Cow

My cowboy had some horses consigned at a sale in Laramie recently. We always arrive the day beforehand to get stalls set up, horses put away, chores done and marketing material out. Driving long distances is always an adventure anymore with 4...

 

New Grass Drill Available at South Platte NRD

The South Platte Natural Resources District (SPNRD) recently added a new No-Till Grass Drill to its lineup of equipment available for rent! The SPNRD has made equipment for conservation management...

 

Gurley Lays Out Welcome Mat 'Night Out in Gurley' Includes Historic Tour

On a gentle rise north of Sidney sits a grain elevator, several homes and a few businesses. The view is a little deceiving because of the landscape in the area. Also deceiving is the level of...

 

Potter Days Grand Marshals

The Potter community will be celebrating the 88th Annual Potter Days Aug. 30-Sept. 1. The weekend kicks off Wednesday, Aug. 28, with the crowning of Miss Potter at the Legion Hall at 7 p.m....

 

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