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Downtown Sounds, Gold Rush Days This Weekend

Get set for a busy weekend as downtown Sidney will have its first Downtown Sounds concert of the season, Gold Rush Days will set up camp and bullfighting. The weekend kicks off with Luke Mills and Dylan Bloom taking the stage Friday night at Hickory...

 

Leadership Program Graduates Class of 14

The Cheyenne County Chamber of Commerce leadership program held a ceremony commemorating the completion of its recent class. The class project was promotion of non-profit organizations with "Show Me...

 

New Limits Expand 401(k), IRA Opportunities

You could spend two, or even three, decades in retirement. So, to pay for all those years, you’ll probably need to take full advantage of your retirement accounts. And in 2022, you may have expanded opportunities to deduct retirement plan...

 

Faith-Based Salvation and Faith-Based Works

Ephesians 2:8-9 (NIV) “For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith — and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God — not by works, so that no one can boast. James 2:14, 17 (NIV) “What good is it, my brothers and sisters, if...

 

2022 Summer Stocker/Yearling Meeting and Tour June 23 in Imperial

By Brent Plugge, Nebraska Extension Beef Educator and Hannah Greenwell, Nebraska Extension Beef Educator Nebraska Extension will host a stocker/yearling systems summer meeting and tour Thursday, June 23 in Imperial, Nebraska. Registration begins at...

 

Master Gardener Tips For The Panhandle

By Kathy Tando, Nebraska Extension Master Gardener The Label is the Law You might not be handcuffed but you could face a hefty fine! When using any chemical the label is the law. Using a chemical in a manner that does not comply with the label is ill...

 

DAR Supports Scottsbluff Veterans Home

The Fort Sidney Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution presented a floral arrangement to the Western Nebraska Veterans Home in Scottsbluff for National Viet Nam Veteran' Day. Linda...

 

Sidney High School Honor Roll

SHS Honor Roll A Average Semester 2 12th Grade McKENZIE ANN ANDREW, CHRISTIAN MICHAEL ANDREWS, ANABEL KARIN BURMESTER, SARIA JOSEPHANIA CALVIN, MITCHELL JAMES DEER, GUNNAR JAMES DORCEY, REBECCA J KASPRZAK, JACK LILLEY, MADISON MARIE MASHEK, ISABELLA...

 

Public Records

Sidney Police Department June 1 12:05 p.m., Agency Assist, Police Department. 12:07 p.m., Parking Complaint, 700 block Linden Street. 2:35 p.m., Paper Service, 3000 block Silverberg Drive. 3:40 p.m., Harassment, 2700 block 11th Avenue. 3:45 p.m., Sus...

 

The Glenn Miller Orchestra Swings In To Sidney June 19

The world famous Glenn Miller Orchestra will be in Sidney at 7 p.m., Sunday, June 19, at Sidney High School. Tickets are $13 for adults, $7 for seniors, $5 for students including Western Nebraska Community College students and children under 5 are...

 

Celebrating Service

The lights were bright, the spirits were brighter and the excitement set the pace for the night as friends and family celebrated Kathy Scripps retiring from her role with Memorial Gardens. After more...

 

Community Invited to Food and Music

There was a time when a county fair was a meeting of farm hands, ranchers and cooks and gardeners showing the county their skills. In Cheyenne County, that history dates back more than a century. The...

 

What Investors Can – And Can't – Control

As an investor, you can easily feel frustrated to see short-term drops in your investment statements. But while you cannot control the market, you may find it helpful to review the factors you can control. Many forces affect the financial markets,...

 

Pentecost: The Beginning of a New Life

Next Sunday (June 5, 2022), in most of our Churches, if not all, we celebrate the feast of Pentecost. Celebrating Pentecost is keeping the birthday of Christianity. It is a day on which we have the realization of a new life given to us by the Holy...

 

Assessing Freeze Injury to Wheat

 By Robert Klein, Emeritus Extension Professor, UNL West Central Research & Extension Center     Cody Creech, Dryland Cropping Systems Specialist, UNL Panhandle Research & Extension Center    Amanda Easterly, Research Assistant Professor, HPAL...

 

Scout Your Wheat for Russian Wheat Aphids

 By Jeff Bradshaw Extension Entomology Specialist, Panhandle Research & Extension Center   The Russian wheat aphid, Diuraphis noxia, is a pest of wheat worldwide; however, the last time that...

 

Sidney Library Staff Planning for Busy Summer

The Sidney Public Library's summer programs kick off this weekend with the “Oceans of Possibilities” Fun Day. The Fun Day is scheduled for 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, June 4, at the library. The...

 

Public Records

Sidney Police Department May 26 12:33 a.m., Traffic Stop, Link 17J and Chase Blvd. 12:40 a.m., Welfare Check, 1200 block 17th Avenue. 1:17 a.m., Disturbance, 800 block Hoffies Drive. 1:49 a.m., Unwanted Party, 1400 block Newton Street. 3:30 a.m.,...

 
 By Andrea Stump    Community    June 1, 2022

AWA Shooting Fundamentals

For those of you who are new to shooting or who don’t have a lot of experience, this article will walk through the fundamentals of shooting, including proper stance, grip, sight alignment, and trigger squeeze. I published this last summer but...

 

Sidney Library Announces New Adult Librarian, Bookmobile Driver

On May 17, the Sidney Public Library announced a new staff member who will lead the adult reading program and the book mobile program. Julie Stokes took on her duties as the new adult librarian and ov...

 

Should You Make Extra Mortgage Payments?

You might enjoy owning your home – but the mortgage? Not so much. In fact, you might want to do everything you can to pay it off as quickly as possible. But is that always the best strategy? In one sense, your mortgage can be considered a...

 

What Is Really Worth Dying For?

Memorial Day Weekend is coming. Some look at it as the first part of summer, with the annual trip to the Lake, fun in the sun, reunions and family fellowship. Some celebrate it as a holiday from working, a break in the monotony of making a living. Me...

 

Women in Ag Plans Workshop on Developing Communication Skills, Relationships

LINCOLN — Developing communication skills to improve relationships will be the focus of a two-part virtual workshop hosted by Nebraska Extension’s Women in Agriculture program in June. The...

 

Helicopters to Survey Noxious and Invasive Weed Species in Western Nebraska's waterway

An invasive and noxious weed surveying project, which will focus on waterways in Western Nebraska, is set to begin this week. The Panhandle Research Integration for Discovery Education, otherwise...

 

Public Records

Cheyenne County Sheriff's Office May 18 7:11 a.m., Village Check, Potter. 7:18 a.m., Medical Call, Potter. 7:50 a.m., Welfare Check, milemarker 64, Interstate 80. 8:23 a.m., Traffic Hazard, 17J Link and Interstate 80. 9:13 a.m., Civil Call, 1200...

 

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