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Raina Hartwig Installed as Honored Queen of Job's Daughters

Our bethel lets girls from Potter, Dalton and Bridgeport join together for fun sleepovers, games and memories that last a lifetime! We'd love for you to join us! Job's Daughters International is an...

 

Apply 2 College Event

Leyton High School Guidance Counselor Allie Peters addresses seniors who attended the recent Apply 2 College Event. Thirteen seniors participated and applied to a total of 21 colleges in Nebraska and...

 

Sidney Celebrates Veteran's Day with SHS Grad

Monday's bitter cold was warmed with the celebration and solemn recognition of the men and women who put on the uniform of military service. Veterans Day is a holiday that started as the recognition...

 

VETERAN'S DAY BEAN FEED

The Lodgepole Lions Club served about 100 people Saturday in the Club's 6th year of offering a Veteran's Day Bean Feed. This year, the Lions Club recognized veterans with a gift certificate for a car...

 

Veterans Day - Sidney

Veterans were invited to a free Been Feed at the Sidney Elks Lodge Monday in celebration of Veterans Day....

 

Trunk or Treat

Anything can be used for a costume if you have the inspiration. The annual Trunk or Treat event in Hickory Square drew over 1,200 trick or treaters in all types of costumes from superheroes to...

 

Candy Buy Back

Nicky Sierra, left, sells his Halloween candy to Lifesmiles of Sidney on Nov. 1. The dental office bought the candy at $1 per pound. The candy was then packaged and sent to military personnel...

 

Community Celebrates Veterans

The Sidney Community will be celebrating Veterans Day Monday with programs and dinner. A Veterans Day program is scheduled for 2 p.m. at Sidney Middle School. The program will be held in the gymnasium. Guest speaker will be Ret. Col. Lori Fritz. She...

 

History Explained

Larry Nelson, right, explains the meaning of the flag to Monro Stewart and Constantine Gordon. Stewart and Gordon are part of the Cool Kids program and recently took part in making a flag from...

 

Trunk or Treat Returns Halloween Night

Be prepared for a lot of trunks with treats in a small area. Sidney's annual Trunk or Treat will take place Thursday, Oct. 31, at Hickory Street Square. The event is scheduled for 4 p.m. to 6. As of Oct. 24, there were 47 “trunks” registered to...

 

Operation Christmas Child Collecting Donations

There are homes where being blessed is to have your needs met. For a child to receive a Christmas gift in some of these places is extraordinary. Operation Christmas Child, a program through...

 

Chamber Welcomes New Fitness Studio

Cheyenne County Chamber of Commerce ambassadors welcomes Amanda Bauer and Take Back Health & Fitness Studio to the Sidney Community. The center is located at 920 10th Ave., and is open 7 a.m. to...

 

Are You Busy?

Busy! Busy! Busy! That describes the lifestyle of so many people. We’re busy at work – busy at school – busy at church – busy in the community. And soon we will be busy with all of the holiday events of Thanksgiving and Christmas. Too often...

 

Sidney Nazarene Church Hosting Special Services

The Sidney Church of the Nazarene is hosting Burkhalter Ministries Oct. 20-23 at the church, 1445 Jackson St. Service times are 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 20, and 6:30 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, Oct....

 

September Students of the Month

The Sidney School District Board of Education recognized the September Students of the Month Monday. 7th grade: Kayla Westby is a strong academic student who often leads in the classroom by example. S...

 

Sidney Middle School Honor Roll

8th Grade Straight A Honor Roll Sidney Allard, Matthew Carlson, Zoey Dornbier, Ty Grunig, Cole Hanley, Harold Hicks, Ellie Hollingshead, Luke Holly, Siona Kshirsagar, Johnathan Meza, Jayce Namuth, Madison Packer, Danay Peters, Katie Ramsey, Syrus...

 

Potter-Dix Celebrates Homecoming

This years homecoming was filled with fun dress up days, enjoyable activities, and even our first snow of the year. The theme this year was "versus." To start with our homecoming festivities, Dress...

 

Leyton High School Class of 1979: First out the Door plus 40 years more!

The Leyton High School Class of 1979 held its 40th Class Reunion-Sept. 20-21 over Dalton Fall Festival Weekend. Friday was Meet 'N Greet in Dalton to decorate the class float for the parade on...

 

Celebrate Friends of the Library Week

The Friends of the Sidney Public Library will be spending the week of October 20-26, 2019, celebrating its Friends of the Library group as part of the 13th annual celebration of National Friends of Libraries Week. The Friends put on several...

 

'Born To Rein' Honors Local Horse Racing Connections

John Andrew Nerud was born in Minatare on Feb. 9, 1913, but his name lives on in the records of horse racing. The Fox Theatre in Sidney will be screening a documentary film addressing Nebraska's role...

 

Sidney Community Celebrates 45th Oktoberfest

Just past noon Friday, there was a reverent disruption to the increasingly rowdy celebrants west of Sidney. The annual Oktoberfest celebration got underway with the official sampling of the beer, a...

 

Job's Daughters International

Job’s Daughters Inter-national, Bethel #25 of Sidney, NE competed in their annual state competition “Let Your Dreams Set Sail” Grand Session in Kearney, NE this past summer. The small but mighty team garnered first place for Small Bethel...

 

See You at the Pole

Students gathered at the flagpole at Sidney High School last week for the "See You at the Pole" prayer event. The student-lead event invites students and adults to meet to pray for the nation,...

 

North Elementary Celebrates 90th Birthday

Students are served cake in honor of North Elementary School's 90th birthday on Sept. 25. The celebration included students singing in the playground to parents and staff. The building as it is seen...

 

Suicide Awareness Event Sets Record

Legion Park was busy with walkers, artists, children chattering and adults talking within the cool shade of the trees near the Shelter House. Under the surface, many held that puts them in an...

 

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