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Strengthen Your 'Three-Legged Stool' for Retirement

For many years, Americans provided for their retirement needs through three sources: employer-sponsored pension plans, Social Security income, and savings and investments accumulated through employer plans or individual accounts – the so-called ...

 

Maverik Breaks Ground on Sidney Location

The site that previously offered a coffee with a variety of omelets, burgers and desserts will soon be the place for fuel, pizza, sub sandwiches and various other menu items. After months of...

 

Crypto: Investment or Speculation?

With cryptocurrencies so much in the news, you might be wondering if you should invest in them. But “invest” may not be the right word – because, in many ways, cryptocurrencies, or “crypto” for short, are more speculation than investment....

 

What's Your Investment Risk Tolerance?

Risk is a normal part of investing. If you didn’t take on any risk, you wouldn’t have the potential to achieve higher returns. But how much risk should you accept? You don’t want to incur unnecessary risk. So, you’ll need to assess the...

 

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...

 

Plummer Insurance, Inc., Acquires Prince-Empson Insurance

Plummer Insurance, Inc. has announced the acquisition of Prince-Empson Insurance. “We are excited to announce the sale of our agency to Andrew and the Plummer Insurance, Inc team.We know they are going to be active supporters of the community and...

 

Chamber President Resigns

Almost two years ago, the Cheyenne County Chamber of Commerce announced a new president and CEO. McKailie Carnahan-Kuhns was selected as the new President/CEO, replacing Hope Feeney. Feeney and her...

 

Financial Issues Facing Women Business Owners

As a business owner, you’re always busy, so it’s understandable if you’ve put off thinking about events that won’t occur until far in the future – such as your retirement, the sale or transfer of your business and the settling of your estat...

 

ALLO Breaks Ground in Sidney

On April 3, Sidney City Manager David Scott and Colin Murphy, lead constructionist for ALLO Communications, met at the corner of Fort Sidney Road and 11th Avenue for a ceremonial groundbreaking. ALLO...

 

Rhodes Named President of Healthy Blue in Nebraska

LINCOLN -- Healthy Blue in Nebraska announced today that Rob Rhodes, M.D., FAAFP has been named president of the health plan, a leading managed care provider of health benefits for Nebraska’s...

 

HSA: A Healthy Way to Save for Retirement

Many expenses in life are unpredictable. But there are two things you know you’ll have to pay for: medical bills and retirement. You’ll probably need to take a variety of steps to meet these costs, but one financial instrument that can help is a...

 

What Should You Do With a Tax Refund?

Are you expecting a tax refund this year? If so, what will you do with it? Of course, the answer largely depends on the size of your refund. For the 2020 tax year, the average refund was about $2,800, according to the Internal Revenue Service. But...

 

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...

 

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