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 By Mike Motz    Community    March 30, 2023

Snowy Weather Doesn't Stop Girls Day Out

Mike Motz, Sidney Sun-Telegraph The Cheyenne County Chamber of Commerce had their annual "Girls Day Out" in Sidney, and although the weather did not cooperate, local businesses benefited from an... Full story


Potter-Dix High School students do their part for "Stuff the Ruck" fundraiser on April 8

Potter-Dix High School Social Studies teacher Jacob Christensen and a group of his students stopped by the Sun-Telegraph office on Wednesday to look up actual articles from the WWII era as part of... Full story


Local Association offering $1,500 Scholarship; Deadline to apply is April 7, 2023

The Cheyenne County Lawyers’ Association will be awarding one scholarship to a deserving Cheyenne County area student in the amount of $1,500.00. Applicants interested in applying for this scholarship should present resumes and a 100 word... Full story


The Ark in Sidney still a Driving Force in Children's Ministry

In 1977, George Benson recorded the song, "The Greatest Love of All", and it was made even more popular when Whitney Houston released her version of the song in 1985. Its opening line, "I believe the... Full story


Youth Entrepreneurship Competition (YEC) Now Open

SIDNEY -- The Cheyenne County e3 chapter, Nelnet, and Sidney Public Schools are excited to announce the launch of its first Youth Entrepreneurship Competition (YEC). In partnership with Sidney High School and local teacher, Ashley Fehringer, high... Full story

 By Mike Motz    Community    March 23, 2023

"Stuff The Ruck" Up on April 8

Area veterans and supporters will be getting together on Saturday, April 8 to raise funds for Potter Legion Hall renovation project with a "Stuff the Ruck" march from Sidney to Kimball, and then back... Full story


Annual Lodgepole Lions Pancake Supper Approaching

On Saturday, March 18, 2023, 5 to 7pm, the Lodgepole Lions Order #13260 will hold their annual spring pancake supper fundraiser supporting their scholarship fund. This scholarship is for Lodgepole area families with seniors graduating from any high... Full story


Deadline for HS Seniors to Apply for $1000 Spearow Scholarship is April 29th, 2023

All High School seniors that reside and attend school within Cheyenne County that are currently pursing an ag-related education program are welcome to apply for the Ralph and Olive Spearow $1000 Achievement Scholarship. This includes students... Full story

 By Mike Motz    Community    March 16, 2023

Shamrock -N- Roll 5K Run/Walk Draws Big Turnout

Mike Motz, Sidney Sun-Telegraph The Cheyenne County Community Center hosted the 5k Shamrock & Roll Run/Walk on Saturday, and bright sunshine bathed the participants who navigated the 5k course... Full story

 By Mike Motz    Community    March 9, 2023

Dr. Richard Jantz Retires After 35+ Years

Mike Motz, Sun-Telegraph Sidney and the medical community will have to do without the steadfast medical services of Dr. Richard Jantz, as he has decided to retire from medicine and spend more time... Full story


Free Tax Service for Income Eligible Residents

Community Action Health Center is again offering free tax service for residents living in the Southern Panhandle. Eligibility for this free program is determined by income and is for simple returns only; no capital gains, self-employment, or... Full story


Local Artist to be Part of Ogallala Art Show

The National American Plains Artists (APA) Signature Show will be hosted by the Petrified Wood & Gallery located at 418 East 1st Street in Ogallala, March 17-April 29. The public is invited to... Full story


4-H Carnival Set for March 11th

The Cheyenne County 4-H Council is excited to host the Annual Spring Carnival on Saturday, March 11th at the Cheyenne County Fairgrounds from 5-8 pm. Everyone is invited to come out and play the... Full story


Sidney Landfill 2023 Hours

The City of Sidney Landfill will be open one Saturday a month in 2023 starting in April: April 22 May20 June 17 July 15 August 19 Sept 16 Oct 14. Saturday hours will be from 8am until noon. Landfill charges will apply unless you have your free dump... Full story

 By Mike Motz    Community    March 9, 2023

Young Entrepreneurs Rock Inventure Day

Mike Motz, Sun-Telegraph On March 1st, West Elementary in Sidney was transformed into an Entrepreneurship factory, where the students were divided into teams, assigned organization roles, and put... Full story


WNCC's Public Response Tour to be held in Sidney March 10th

SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. - Western Nebraska Community College will host a series of response tours this spring, one in each of the 12 counties in its service area. "After traveling throughout the Panhandle last spring to listen to the needs and concerns of... Full story


Funding the Future Rocks!

Sidney, NE: – Funding the Future, in partnership with Carter Hulsey, will visit Sidney High School on Tuesday, March 14th at 10:30am to share with students the importance of financial literacy. The show is sponsored by the Nebraska Council on... Full story


Gold Rush Days Signing Up Vendors for 2023 Festival

Sidney Gold Rush Days is in search of crafters and vendors for its annual celebration to be held the second weekend in June at the Sidney Legion Park. Gold Rush Days is a unique event where history... Full story


Local Elks Lodge #1894 Makes Donations that are Paws-itively Generous

Elks throughout the nation find it in their hearts and pocket books to donate to the Elks National Foundation (ENF), a foundation specifically created to help communities in need through the Community Investment Program. This program opens up grants... Full story


For One Ogallala Student, Coffee is Providing More Than Just a Rush

Nevaeh Byers is a 14-year-old eighth grader at Ogallala Middle School and a member of the Student Council. Active in her community, she volunteers for many local events and activities in addition to... Full story


Ten $1,000 Scholarships Now Open to Midwest High School Seniors

WEST DES MOINES, IOWA - High school seniors from Illinois, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wisconsin now have a chance to receive one of 10 college scholarships worth $1,000. Registration is open now through April 28, 2023. Parents... Full story


Alladin Auditions

Auditions were held January 2, 2023 at Sidney High School for roles in the Missoula Children's Theater production of "Aladdin", sponsored in part by the High Plains Arts Council . Ninety-one...


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