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Ron Nordyke Publishes First Book

There’s a first time for everything.  Have you ever said, “I should write a book.”  I’ve said that many a time, but I actually only did it once.  A long time ago Ron Nordyke said that to...

 

Sidney Residents Cautioned about Bindweed Infestation

Sidney officials have been noticing a wide spread of Bindweed on properties in the community. Bindweed is included in the Ordinance that reads Certain Vegetation is Prohibited (#642.04). We are...

 

Cancer Group Meets July 10

A new cancer support group is in the early stages. It is for anyone who has been diagnosed with cancer in the past or if you have been newly diagnosed. it is nondenominational; cancer strikes all religions. The next meeting is 9 a.m. Saturday, April...

 

Don't Let Investments Go On Vacation

Now that we’ve gained at least some space from the COVID-19 pandemic, summer travel is heating up. While you might be eager to hit the road, you won’t want your investments to take a vacation – you need them to work hard for you consistently....

 

True Freedom Found Only in Christ

Freedom is at the heart of a lot of our country’s history and national holidays. There is Martin Luther Jr’s Day, and his, “I Have a Dream,” speech declaring freedom at last. Just a couple of weeks ago, President Biden signed into law the...

 

Nebraska Water Center Conference Hits the Road This August for Scottsbluff

After postponement in 2020, the Nebraska Water Center’s annual conference will return this August. Entitled “The Shape of Water in Western Nebraska,” the conference will be held Monday, Aug. 16...

 

Sidney Park Project Presented Grants

The Sidney Park Project recently received $35,000 in commitments from two local businesses. The go toward a goal of upgrading the playground equipment at Legion Park. The goal is to design the...

 

Nebraska Department of Labor Moves Sidney Office to WNCC Campus

The Nebraska Department of Labor is streamlining the process for some job seekers, and moving to more up-to-date furnishings. At Western Nebraska Community College’s Sidney campus, the location...

 

Public Records

June 17 12:59 am, Traffic stop, 17th Ave. & Illinois St. 1:50 am, Traffic stop, 13th Ave. & Forrest St. 2:49 am, Traffic Stop, Chase Blvd. & 17J Link 6:54 am, animal Call, Legion park, Legion Park Rd. 8:59 am, Code Violation, Verde Ln. 9:21 am,...

 

Financial Focus

Independence Day is almost here. And as we make progress in moving past the COVID-19 pandemic, more of us will be able to enjoy Fourth of July activities. However you observe the holiday, it’s important to recognize all the liberties we enjoy in...

 

Forgiving

Forgiving others when they have hurt you is difficult. But holding onto the hurt, breeds anger, bitterness and revenge works it’s way in there too. In Matthew 6:9-12 is the LORD’S prayer, in the prayer it states forgive us our Debts AS WE...

 

Cheyenne County Fair Open Class Rules and Regulations

The Cheyenne County Fair is conducted under the direction of the Cheyenne County Fair Board. While the greatest possible care will be exercised by the management to protect the patrons of the fair,...

 

Panhandle Perspectives:

The commitment of generations of dedicated soil scientists in maintaining and managing the historic Knorr-Holden Plot near Scottsbluff for more than a century came to fruition in a recently published...

 

Game and Parks officers to participate in BUI awareness, enforcement campaign July 2-4

LINCOLN. – As part of a national effort to reduce the number of accidents and deaths related to boating under the influence, the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will participate July 2-4 in Operation Dry Water. While Operation Dry Water is a...

 

Community Facilities and Essential Services in Nebraska

LINCOLN -- U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development Acting State Director in Nebraska Kim Martini today announced that USDA is investing $650,000 to equip, rebuild, and modernize essential services in rural areas throughout Nebraska....

 

City of Sidney Celebrating July 4 on Saturday

With the Fourth of July holiday on Sunday, the City of Sidney is hosting the community fireworks program Saturday, July 3, at Deer Run Park adjacent to the Western Nebraska Community College campus. The show is expected to begin at dusk. In case of...

 

Time for Retirement

More than 30 years ago, Doug Birky was finishing his degree at Dallas Theological Seminary when he was contacted about a church in Sidney. He was contacted after the midwest district of the...

 

Even 'Singles' Need Estate Plans

If you don’t have a spouse or children, you might think you don’t need to do much estate planning. But if you have any assets, any familial connections, any interest in supporting charitable groups – not to mention a desire to control your own...

 

Loving Your Enemies

In our own time, maybe no one has seen the social aspects of God’s Kingdom on earth quite like Martin Luther King, Jr. He stood toe to toe with the house of evil. He insisted in a number of his speeches that the key to the future was a certain “m...

 

Chase Bryant Coming to Cheyenne County Fair

The Cheyenne County Fair Board recently announced that Chase Bryant will be providing the entertainment for the 2021 county fair. The concert is scheduled for 7 p.m. Friday, July 30. His music will in...

 

Master Gardner Tips for the Panhandle

Here are some profiles of the trees and shrubs being planted in the City of Scottsbluff in the public parking lot at 17th Street and Second Avenue. These well-adapted plants would be good choices...

 

A Day at the Range

Submitted by "The Well-Armed Woman," Sterling, CO chapter After a long winter and a rainy spring, it’s finally feeling like summer, which means it’s time to get out to the gun range. While many of you readers may have been to the range before, a...

 

Lodgepole Valley Youth Camp Celebrates 50 years

The Lodgepole Valley Youth Camp will be hosting an open house at 7 p.m. Monday, June 28 to celebrate its 50th anniversary. Ice cream will be served. The camp is a 7 ½ acre parcel located adjacent to the softball fields at the east side of Legion...

 

Tips to Help Business Leaders Succeed in an Age of Digital Disruption

With digital transformation in the business world accelerating since the COVID-19 pandemic began, many companies are in danger of being left behind – possibly for good. The numbers can be disheartening. “Even after spending enormous amounts of...

 

Aure Takes Over Sundry

The gem about most small towns is you're only a visitor a time or two. Even if you don't live there, if you frequent the cafes and watering holes you soon become as if a minor character in "Friends,"...

 

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