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Business of the Month

Starting this month, the Sun-Telegraph is going to recognize one business a month that represents the integrity and commitment to customers that defines the core values of Cheyenne County. Our...

 

Nelson Joins Herstead Monument

Tom Nelson recently became the local representative for Herstead Monument Company. Herstead Monument Company of Scottsbluff “has always been in Cheyenne County,” according to sales and marketing m...

 

Financial Assistance Available for Landlord Relief to Address Losses Incurred by COVID-19

Financial Assistance Available for Landlord Relief to Address Losses Incurred by the COVID-19 Pandemic The COVID-19 pandemic has affected nearly everyone in Nebraska, with lay-offs, furloughs, school closings, and more. The Panhandle Area Development...

 

Venable Named PADD Executive Director

SCOTTSBLUFF — The Panhandle Area Development District’s Board of Directors unanimously approved the appointment of Bryan Venable as the new Executive Director of PADD. He takes over for Jeff...

 

How Can You Prepare for the 'New Retirement'?

The COVID-19 pandemic has unsettled the country’s employment picture for months and will likely continue to do so for a while. However, the nature and terminology of this disruption varies greatly among individuals – some have seen their jobs...

 

How Can You Prepare for the 'New Retirement'?

A generation or so ago, people didn’t just retire from work – many of them also withdrew from a whole range of social and communal activities. But now, it’s different: The large Baby Boom cohort, and no doubt future ones, are insisting on an...

 

Agri-Plastics Acquires Superior Mat and Comfort, Inc

Sidney — Agri-Plastics, A Group of Companies, announced the acquisition of the marketing rights and designated territory of Superior Mat and Comfort Inc. A family-owned company since 1999, Superior...

 

New Shop, New Focus

Build your reputation right and customers will find you. That is the experience of Nick Eddy and his new shop Outlaw Motorsports. Several years ago, Eddy had a business called “Nick’s Small...

 

Redefining 'Mobile' Homes

Sometimes in life opportunity presents itself when following an unexpected path. That is part of the history with a new company in Cheyenne County. Ken Sawyer was a cabinet builder in the Denver...

 

Indicator Suggest Nebraska's Economic Rebound Continues

Lincoln, Nebraska — Nebraska’s leading economic indicator rose in June, according to the most recent report from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. The leading indicator rose 1.72 percent during the month. Increases in both May and June...

 

Protect Yourself Against Financial Scammers

It’s unfortunate, but true: During this period of economic uncertainty, one of the busiest “industries” has been financial scamming. But it goes on even during normal times, too, so you’ll...

 

Managing Withdrawls Can Protect Retirement Income

Throughout much of your working life, you contribute to your 401(k), IRA and other investment accounts to help ensure a comfortable retirement. However, once you do retire, you’ll need to shift...

 

Couple Opens Flavor of Old Mexico in Sidney

There’s an old saying that if you want to know someone, share a table with them. Saul Rodriguez and Rosa Gonzalez have the welcome mat out for their local of Tacos La Laguna. The family business is...

 

Work to Achieve Your Financial Independence

Over the past few months, just about everyone has felt the loss of some type of freedom, whether it’s being able to travel, engage in social gatherings or participate in other activities we...

 

Nearing Retirement? What Questions Should You Ask?

The recent market volatility has affected just about everybody’s financial and investment situations – so, if you were planning to retire soon, will it still be possible? Of course, the answer depends somewhat on your employment situation. With...

 

Kaisers Open Commons for 'Work From Home' Option

The home should be a sanctuary, a place of shelter. For many, the home office is a way of doing business outside of the office, a place where the home is managed and official work of the home is...

 

Time for Your Pre-retiree Checklist?

Like everyone, you want to enjoy a comfortable lifestyle when you retire. But a successful retirement doesn’t just happen – it requires a lot of planning. And that’s why it’s a good idea to draw up a “pre-retiree checklist.” Such a checkl...

 

No Till notes: 'Power of Legumes, part 3'

On our farm we sampled five fields for biological activity this fall. We waited to sample the fields until the middle of September. The reason we waited was to get some rain so we could get our probe in the ground. We also figured moisture may...

 

How will Social Security fit into your retirement income strategy?

Have you given much thought to collecting Social Security? The answer probably depends on how old you are — but whatever your age, you’ll want to consider the best way of incorporating Social Security benefits into your retirement income...

 

Time to check your progress toward your retirement goals

Now that another year is ending, it’s a good time to take stock of where you are on your journey toward financial security. Of course, you could find many different “measuring sticks” to assess your progress, but you can certainly gain...

 

Little discipline for foreclosure lawyers

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Since Florida’s mortgage crisis began about six years ago, banks have agreed to pay millions of dollars to settle allegations that they wrongfully foreclosed on thousands of homeowners. Prosecutors have charged loan servicers...

 

Investors can learn from swimmers' diets

Summer isn’t here yet, but it’s getting close. And for many people, the arrival of summer means it’s time for swimming at the local pool or lake. If you’re just a casual swimmer, you probably don’t have to adjust your diet before jumping in...

 

Britain dodges recession as economy grew in first quarter

LONDON (AP) — Britain has given the slip to the Triple Dip. The U.K. dodged a third recession after official figures showed the economy grew 0.3 percent in the first quarter compared with the previous three months — a better-than-expected result...

 

Nourish the 'roots' of your investment strategy

On Arbor Day, which we celebrate this week, people across the country plant trees. Of course, trees provide us with many benefits, including beauty, fruit and oxygen, as well as protection against land erosion. But the act of planting and nurturing t...

 

Unions: Walmart had role in N.Y. minimum wage deal

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Several labor unions say more than $400,000 in contributions by Walmart Stores Inc. since 2010 helped bring about the creation of an unusual taxpayer-paid subsidy last month to help employers offset a higher minimum wage in New...

 

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