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County Loses US Navy Veteran

This story is being reprinted from the Aug. 27, 2014 edition of the Sun-Telegraph in recognition of Rudy Virgil's passing. Traveling south on 11th Avenue in Sidney is a restaurant that sits just north... Full story

 

Protect benefits for children with special needs

If you have a child or other family member who has special needs due to physical or mental conditions, you face a variety of challenges planning for their care, including financial ones. You may also have some well-meaning relatives who want to... Full story

 

The Body of Christ

The Body of Christ is the Church. We may belong to different Denominations but we serve the same savior. 1 Corinthians 12:12-13 says we are neither Jew nor Greek, slave or free. We are noe, as the body has many but they all belong to one body, so... Full story

 

When the Storm Rages

When a person chooses to live a life of agriculture it really is more than a livelihood, but truly a way of life. This means that when we drop into the arctic tundra temperatures, we must still get... Full story

 

Platte Valley Bank Supports Friends of the Sidney Public Lbrary

The Friends of the Sidney Public Library received a $750 gift towards their new project from their hometown neighbor, Platte Valley Bank. The Friends of the Sidney Public Library are working...

 

Public Records

February 11 9:39 am, Suicide, Linden St. 10:03 am, Juvenile Problems, Sidney Middle School, 19th Ave.. 10:49 am, Welfare Check, Quince St. 11:58 am, Animal Call, Safeway Illinois ST. 4:18 pm, Suspicious Activity, Osage St. 6:30 pm, Traffic...

 

When to Graduate

The Cheyenne County School District No.1 Board of Education announced the second Staff member of the Month in its Feb. 8 meeting. The meeting was held as a modified Zoom conference with board member...

 

Arctic Wonderland

Trees made splendid canvas for nature's art as temperatures plunged and snow fell. Temperatures plunged to as low as 29 below zero with humidity at 84 percent and with windchill reaching 40 below...

 

Study: Nebraska Businesses Are Confident About 2021

LINCOLN — Nebraska business confidence was positive in January, according to the latest monthly survey from the Bureau of Business Research at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. The Business Confidence Index–Nebraska had a value of 105.9,...

 

Estate Planning For Blended Families

If you’re in a blended family, you’re already aware of the emotional and finan- cial issues involved in your daily life. But what about the future? When it’s time to do your estate planning – and it’s never too soon for that – you’ll...

 

Training for the Race

I’ve never been much of an athlete. I did play baseball for most of my growin’ up years, and I bowled for a while in Jr. High and High School. I dabbled in Track & Field for 1 year, but was never really serious about it; likewise, with football...

 

South Platte NRD Feb. 9 Board of Directors Meeting

On Tuesday, February 9, 2021 the South Platte Natural Resources District (SPNRD) Board of Directors (Board) held their monthly meeting at 5 p.m. in the South Platte NRD Conference Room (551 Parkland Drive, Sidney NE). Discussed at the meeting were...

 

January Students of the Month

The Monthly Performance Award acknowledges other criteria as well as achievement. These criteria are: 1. Superior academic performance, (or), dramatic improvement of classroom work, G.P.A. or attitude toward learning. 2. Exceptional work effort...

 

Comedian Rex Havens Coming to Sidney

Comedian Rex Havens will take the stage at the Sidney High School Performing Arts Center 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 27, to present his fast-paced multi-media comedy “Women and Children First!” Tickets...

 

Karpf Named New President of Platte Valley Bank - Nebraska

SCOTTSBLUFF — Hod Kosman, Chairman, President and CEO of Platte Valley Financial Service Companies, Inc. is pleased to announce the promotion of Zac Karpf to the position of President of Platte...

 

Local Students Named to UNL Dean's List

LINCOLN — Nearly 6,800 University of Nebraska-Lincoln students have been named to the Deans’ List for the fall semester of the 2020-21 academic year. Qualification for the Deans’ List varies among the eight undergraduate colleges and the...

 

Public Records

February 5 1:02 am, Foot Patrol, Lodgepole Valley Youth Camp, Fort Sidney Rd. 1:12 am, Traffic stop, Fort Sidney Rd. 2:27 am, traffic Stop, 17J Link & US Hwy 30 11:48 am, Traffic Stop, College Dr.& Fort Sidney Rd. 1:14 pm, Traffic Stop, Old Post rd....

 

Agri-Plastics Adds Online shopping Option

Agri-Plastics, The Calf Housing Specialist, is proud to introduce calfhutchshop.com, an online shop for calf feeding products and accessories. As third-generation dairymen, the VanBuuren family knows the challenges with raising healthy dairy calves.... Full story

 

Flag Retiring Ceremony Set for Feb. 20

When a US flag has served its time, a decision has to be made. Will it be properly folded and saved as a keepsake, or will it be retired with the formality it deserves? The Cheyenne County Veterans...

 

Tech Helps Teach Medicine

Humans are being dissected at Sidney High School — virtually that is. Last fall the high school added a virtual dissection table, called an Anatomage, to it’s science programs. The Sidney...

 

Young Closes Books on 21 Years in Banking

She didn’t expect a career in banking, although she grew up liking math and number challenges. She had another passion. Cooking. However, the intrigue of number equations and finding the missing...

 

Artist Seeks Silo Art Support

On any given highway, and even many country roads, there are standing images of the areas identity. They are silos with a history of storing harvested grain. Some of these are busy throughout the...

 

Financial Gifts for Your Valentine

For many of us, the COVID-19 pandemic may be putting a hold on dinner at the charming local bistro, but the spirit of Valentine’s Day cannot be extinguished. This year, perhaps more so than in the past, you may want to make your Valentine’s Day...

 

Super Bowl Sunday

Last Sunday was another Super Bowl Sunday, and once again millions of Americans watched he big game. They saw the Tampa Bay Buccaneers crowned the World Champions of professional football. The victorious players and coaches are now famous, and will...

 

2021 Dry Edible Bean Day Today, Feb. 10

The 2021 Nebraska Dry Edible Bean Day will be a virtual event this February, featuring the Nebraska Dry Bean Growers Association’s annual meeting and updates on bean-related research in Nebraska. Dry Edible Bean Day is scheduled for 1 p.m....

 

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