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 By Elaine Pile    Community    August 3, 2022 

Master Gardener Tips for the Panhandle

 Here is the weekly crop of Master Gardener tips from Nebraska Extension in the Panhandle, relevant to local lawn and garden issues in the High Plains and consistent with research-based recommendations. Drifting Pesticides Drifting may be okay for...

 

Downtown Sounds Season Closes Friday

The third in a series of concerts is scheduled for 6 p.m. Friday, Aug. 5, at Hickory Street Square. Nebraska native Nate Keim will be closing the Downtown Sounds series with his sounds of the country...

 

Crafty In His Second Year

He came to the 2022 Cheyenne County Fair with one year of experience in 4-H programs. This year, he brings a variety of livestock, art and literary expression... and cupcakes. Luke Florke sat before...

 
 By Larry Nelson    Community    August 3, 2022 

Veterans History Project

Donald L. Kizer (Don) had graduated from Julesburg High School, an 18 yr old kid, heading out into life! At the time, the United States was only five years out of World War II, American society had...

 

529 Plans: Underused But Valuable

In just a few weeks, students will be heading off to college – and parents will be getting out their checkbooks. Without a college-bound student in your home right now, you might not be thinking much about tuition and other higher education...

 

God Brings the Best Out of the Worst

Matt 1:6 “And Jess the father of King David, David was the father of Solomon, whose mother had been Uriah’s wife.” Matthew reports the genealogy of Jesus Christ, the Messiah, “The son of David, son of Abraham (v.1).” He goes all the way...

 

Preserving Family Relationships and Navigating the Transfer of Ag Business to the Next Generation

Jolene Brown, international family business consultant and Successful Farming columnist, will be sharing ways to preserve family relationships and navigate the transfer of ag businesses to the next...

 

Cercospora Leaf Spot

Cercospora leaf spot (CLS) has long been and remains a constant problem to sugar beet production throughout the eastern and Great Lakes production areas of the United States. In fact, it is thought to have been a major reason for early production in...

 

Public Records

Sidney Police Department July 27 7:49 a.m., Traffic Complaint, 1100 block Illinois Street. 8:24 a.m., Funeral Escort, 400 block Toledo Street. 1:19 p.m. Code Violation, 1800 block Linden Street. 2:14 p.m., Follow-Up, 600 block Illinois Street. 2:22...

 

Lodgepole Community Fund Meets Yanney Challenge

LODGEPOLE. – The Lodgepole Community Fund (LCF) has successfully raised $20,000 to match the Yanney Challenge issued in 2021. The Yanney Challenge was offered by the family of former banker E.K. Yanney, a respected businessman and leader in the...

 

Closed Church Opens as 'The Church'

He can tell a person of how rough life has been. She can share personal experiences of how all that glitters is not gold. They will also without second thought tell how life is more than the...

 

Laflers End Quarter Century of Laundry Service

There are some services that are just necessary in life. You purchase or raise your own food, you build or purchase furniture, even a home. And clean clothes. There are needs for a washer and dryer,...

 

Strengthen Your 'Three-legged Stool' for Retirement

​When many people hear the words “estate planning,” they assume it’s just for the wealthy. But that’s not the case because everyone can benefit from an estate plan. And when you’re creating one, you’ll want to avoid some common...

 

The Parable of the Sower

4 Again Jesus began to teach by the lake. The crowd that gathered around him was so large that he got into a boat and sat in it out on the lake, while all the people were along the shore at the water’s edge. 2 He taught them many things by...

 

Master Gardener Tips for the Panhandle

What kind of garlic do you grow? There are two kinds of garlic - the softneck garlic and the hardneck garlic. Hardneck is the one found here in our northern climate. The hardneck has a hard central stem with the cloves clustered about the base of...

 

Soy Growers Welcome Opportunity to Provide Protein to Address Global Hunger, Child Malnutrition

The U.S. Agency for International Development this week announced nearly $1.3 billion in additional critical humanitarian and development assistance to Ethiopia, Kenya, and Somalia, including $200...

 

'Stuff the Bus' at Holy Trinity

Holy Trinity Lutheran Church is hosting a “Stuff the Bus” with school supplies for area schools including Sidney, Leyton, Creek Valley, Potter-Dix and Peetz. The event is scheduled for 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Aug. 10 at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church,...

 

Nominations for 2022 WNCC Alumni Association Awards Now Open

SCOTTSBLUFF - Nominations for the 2022 Western Nebraska Community College Alumni Association awards are now open. Each year the Alumni Association recognizes six individuals or businesses that have made a positive impact at WNCC. Nominations are fo...

 

Public Records

Sidney Police Department July 21 12:05 a.m., Follow-Up, 1400 block Jackson Street. 5:03 a.m., Traffic Stop, 2000 block 10th Avenue. 5:26 a.m., Traffic Stop, Old Post Road and 17J Link. 5:40 a.m., Traffic Stop, 8th Avenue and Illinois Street. 10:02...

 

Ride for the Fallen

Saturday evening, a rumble of motorcycles entered Sidney. The bikers entered the county from the west, carrying with them a torch, a flame in honor of fallen soldiers. Their overnight stay was at the...

 

Strengthen Your 'Three-Legged Stool' for Retirement

For many years, Americans provided for their retirement needs through three sources: employer-sponsored pension plans, Social Security income, and savings and investments accumulated through employer plans or individual accounts – the so-called ...

 

Created to be Related

I believe we were created to be related. How do I know? Because God said in the beginning, “It is not good for humans to be alone.” (Gen. 2:18) God intended for us to live in groups or community. We were brought into existence for relationships...

 

Husker Harvest Days Gears Up to Bring Producers, Exhibitors Together

St. Charles, Ill. – July 13, 2022 – The time has come for the world’s largest totally irrigated working farm show to open its gates. Husker Harvest Days is an opportunity for producers to meet face-to-face with agriculture’s industry leaders...

 

New Popcorn Promotes Growth of Beneficial Bacteria

Lincoln — Each of us walks around with trillions of microbes living in our gut. In past decades, scientists have started to understand how the properties of our personal microbiome impact our...

 

Sidney Mosquito Spraying Planned for July 17

If conditions are right and mosquito counts warrant spraying, The City of Sidney Parks Department will begin spraying for mosquitos on Sunday nights in July. The first Sunday night spraying will be July 17th. Those persons wishing to be placed on...

 

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