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 By Don Ogle    Community    December 5, 2018

Lamplight Music

Sidney sixth grader Dru Weimer plays piano for visitors at the Fort Sidney Post Commander's Home Saturday evening. Weimer and other young musicians played on the century-old piano as part of the...

 

A Day of Drama: Sidney Places Fourth in One-Act Play Competition

Sidney High School was crowded Friday with teams and fans from eight schools Friday. Each team entered with the determination to be the best, in Class B-6 District Play Production. The one-act play...

 

4-H Presents Christmas Paper Circuit Card Class

Youth in grades 1-12 are invited to come and make a light-up Christmas card using copper tape, LEDs and a coin cell battery through a class offered by Cheyenne County Extension. Through the class, participants will learn the basics of electricity...

 

Christmas Kickoff and Parade of Lights

A winter storm forecast for Saturday didn't materialize as feared, and Sidney's Christmas Kickoff and Parade of Lights went off without a hitch. Many residents braved the cold weather to attend...

 

Security First Supports Music Trip

The Security First Bank donated $600 to the SPS Sidney Singers. Security First Bank donates $5 from each Red Raiders Master Card debit card activated. Pictured from left are music teachers Jennifer Mead and Dave Mead, Clem Schumacher and Clint...

 

Snow Removal

A City of Sidney Parks Department crew removes snow from Hickory Square to prepare for decorations to be put up this week so they are ready Holidays on Hickory Square Dec. 1. Prior to the Parade of...

 

Sidney High's Avila Recognized for Language Approach

When a teacher sees a student "get it," it is a moment of excitement for the teacher and the student. It is a moment that often follows a series of failures in the process, failures that become...

 

Seasonal Cleanup Duties

Boy Scouts raked the yard at the Fort Sidney Post Commander's Home and decorated the facility with Christmas lights and greenery. Pictured from left are Owen Kurz, Brian Kurz and Jakob...

 

Blood Drive Set for Nov. 30

Sidney United Methodist Church is hosting a Community Blood Drive 7:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 30. Please use the North entrance for handicap access to the basement. West Nebraska Blood Center believes that the blood needs of our region can...

 

WNCC Celebrates Veterans

Military service is one of the highest callings in humanity. It requires a person to accept assignments they don't always have control over, with the possibility of a soldier giving the ultimate...

 

Haley Thanks Extends Far Beyond Immediate Family

When it comes to counting blessings this Thanksgiving, the Haley family of Dalton feels they have plenty. Since a football injury resulted in the loss of a leg for one family member, the Haley's have...

 

Lamplight Tours Begin Friday

Take a peek at the past with a visit to the Fort Sidney Museum and lamplight tour of the Post Commander's Home in Sidney 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 23. Visitors will see the decorated rooms from...

 

Veterans Tribute

North Elementary third grade students were among those paying tribute to veterans last week. During their program, students sang in front of a display of uniforms worn by service men and women...

 

PANHANDLE PERSPECTIVES: Food safety for the holidays

Family and friends gather in the kitchen and around the table during the holidays. But nobody wants to miss the fun times with family and friends because of foodbourne illness. Follow these food...

 

Achievement Awards Presented to Sidney Students

A half dozen of Sidney Public Schools' top students were recognized at the board of education meeting Monday. The student recognitions were through the Sidney Middle/Senior High School Monthly Perform...

 

Table of Grace Seeks Community Support

Sometimes the one offering help needs help. That is the challenge facing the Table of Grace Food Pantry. Table of Grace, at 1125 Alvarado Road in Sidney, is facing a big challenge in a short amount of...

 

High School One-Act Performers Come to Sidney Stage

Sidney High School will host a One-Act Play Festival in the Performing Arts Center Saturday, Nov. 17 Actors from seven schools will present their productions before a panel of judges to receive critiques to prepare them for district competition...

 

South Elementary to Honor Veterans Monday

Monday will be a time of recognition and first-hand education as veterans will be honored at South Elementary School. Military veterans are encouraged to stop by South Elementary between 8:15 and...

 

Candy Buy Back Nets Second Largest Return

The streets were filled with ghosts and goblins of various age, princesses and heroes of various worlds, all holding sacks and plastic pumpkins in anticipation of a sampling of sweets at Trunk or...

 

Community Calendar

Friday, Nov. 9th-The Oregon Trail Dance Club will have a 50’s Dance at the IOOF Hall in Gering from 7:00-9:00 with Lucky Calling. We will have PLUS dancing from 6:30-7:00. Dress in the 50’s if you like. We will also have election of officers....

 

Lodgepole Lions Host Bean Feed

Lodgepole’s Lions Club is preparing to honor local veterans with a ham and bean soup supper with cornbread on Veteran’s Day. The supper will be at the Lodgepole Community Hall from 5-6:30 p.m. It is a free will event for the community and a...

 

Dowse Installed as Honored Queen of Job's Daughters

SIDNEY – Josie Dowse was installed as Honored Queen of Job's Daughters International, Bethel #25 for the Fall 2018 term. Other elected officers installed were Senior Princess, Raina Hartwig; Junior...

 

Veterans Day Bean Supper

Members of the American Legion, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the Disabled American Veterans and the Fort Sidney Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) are inviting the public to attend a Bean Soup Supper and a DAR Community...

 
 By Don Ogle    Community    November 2, 2018

Trunk or Treat

More than 1,000 youngsters turned out for Trunk or Treat at Sidney's Hickory Square Wednesday. The event, hosted by the City of Sidney, was the largest turnout in its history....

 

Dinner and Comedy Supports 'Shop With a Cop'

In nearly every community, there are families who struggle to keep up. Frequently, there is too much month at the end of a paycheck. The tight paydays can lead to little or no Christmas gifts....

 

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