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Brother, Sister Team Welcomed into Business World

While most teens and pre-teens are known for their social media interests, athletic curiosity and academics, a brother and sister team decided to start their own business. They didn't do lawn care,...

 

Just Chillin'... With An Axe

Nestled in a white building on Illinois Street is a chance to challenge your skills and take a break from the day. It has similarities to other athletic challenges, but with sharp differences. Most...

 

Beans and Steams Coffee House Sold

Within view of Interstate 80 is a business with a simple but welcoming title. It is a business with at least two years in the making and a warm and inviting atmosphere from the drive-up to the table...

 

Performance Auto, Havorka Motors Change Locations

Sometimes one never quite knows where life will lead us. Sometimes, it takes us to the past, with the tools of the present. The northwest corner of 12th Avenue and Illinois Street had been quiet for...

 

History Tour

— Marva Elwanger leads the Leadership Cheyenne County class into the museum during a tour Oct. 21. Leadership Cheyenne County had its class in Sidney. The theme for the afternoon was history day....

 

Financial Moves for Women Business Owners

If you’re a woman who owns a business, you may have some challenges not shared by your male peers – but you also have several opportunities to help improve your financial future. You may already be taking some or all the right steps, but here...

 

PSA: Start Thinking About Your Retirement Income

Are you planning on retiring in the next few years? If so, you’ll want to create a retirement income plan. First of all, while you’re still working, look for ways to boost your retirement income, such as increasing your 401(k) contributions. And...

 

Routh Joins High West as new CEO, General Manager

PINE BLUFFS, WYO. – The High West Energy Board of Directors has unanimously selected Jared Routh to lead the co-op as Chief Executive Officer and General Manager. High West’s previous CEO...

 

Dollar General Opens in Sidney

GOODLETTSVILLE, Tenn. – Dollar General is excited to announce its store at 638 Illinois Street in Sidney is now open! DG stores are proud to provide area residents with an affordable and convenient...

 

Beans & Steams Coffee House Planning Changes

North of Cabela’s and with Interstate 80 in view stands a “watering hole” offering a variety of coffee and smoothies, and alcoholic options. It is designed as a meeting place of friends,...

 

Chuckaboo Station Officially Open

Potter’s new coffee house, Chuckaboo Station, held a grand opening and ribbon cutting recently. Chuckaboo Station, owned by Drew Enevoldson and his Teran recently celebrated the opening of...

 

Leadership Class Graduates

— The Cheyenne County Chamber of Commerce Leadership Class graduated nine students recently at Beans and Steams Coffee House. Leadership Cheyenne County (LCC) is a ten-month program that promotes a...

 

Daisies and Dragons to Focus on Entertainment

Sometimes in life the fun and recreational avenues present ways to become business ventures. That is what Eric and Nicole Bertrand are hoping. In 2018, the Bertrands took over the Daisies and Dragons...

 

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...

 

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...

 

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,"...

 

2021 Firework Retail Stand Application Deadline

June 9, 2021 Lincoln, NE - The deadline to apply for a retail stand license from the State Fire Marshal Agency is 11:59 PM on June 10, 2021. After this time, the license application portal will close. There is no mechanism available to submit a...

 

Nebraska SBDC Announces Entrepreneurial Journey Video Series

This storytelling journey began out of a partnership with leaders in Sidney looking for ways to help Sidney area residents see themselves as small business owners. Sidney – Nebraska Small Business Development Center (SBDC), a program of Nebraska...

 

Chem-Dry Opens in Sidney Area

Sidney —Chem-Dry, the experts in carpet and upholstery cleaning, announced that a brand new franchise, Stu’s ChemDry, has opened to meet the growing in-home cleaning needs of residents in Sidney and the surrounding area. Using a green-certified s...

 

Denver Company Announces New Sidney Location

DENVER, April 21, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — ReCircled, a company focused on the ReUse and ReCycling of the 100 billion garments and 25 billion shoed produced annually, is pleased to announce the opening of their Sidney, Nebraska facility. ReCircled has...

 

Chamber Honors Businesses, Community Leaders

Each year, the Cheyenne County Chamber of Commerce hosts a banquet to recognize businesses and community members for their contributions to the Cheyenne County community throughout the year. This year...

 

Leininger Retires After 34 Years At Platte Valley Bank

Fresh out of college, Mike Leininger went to work in Hastings, Neb. Little did he know at the time, he would be offered an opportunity that would last 34 years. On Friday, April 9, Platte Valley Bank...

 

'Pedalers' Get Their Own Corner

The location has the image of an historic filling station when cars were fueled by staff and the latest news could be shared over a glass-bottle of carbonated soda from the Coca-Cola cooler. The...

 

Study: Nebraska Businesses Are Confident About 2021

LINCOLN — Nebraska business confidence was positive in January, according to the latest monthly survey from the Bureau of Business Research at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. The Business Confidence Index–Nebraska had a value of 105.9,...

 

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