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ACE Elects 2021-2022 Officers

LINCOLN - The Public Alliance for Community Energy (ACE) elected Board of Director officers and at-large Executive Committee members for fiscal year 2021-22 at the ACE board annual meeting held Jan. 20. Those re-elected as Board of Director officers...

 

Remote Work May Offer Financial Benefits

During the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us have been forced to work from home. But once we’ve moved past the virus, many workers may continue working from home. More than one-third of companies with employees who started working from home now think...

 

Have A Little Faith

Testing of Your Faith 2 Count it all joy, my brothers,[b] when you meet trials of various kinds, 3 for you know that the testing of your faith produces steadfastness. 4 And let steadfastness have its full effect, that you may be perfect and complete,...

 

Webinar to Focus on Adding Value to Livestock Through Certification Programs

LINCOLN — Nebraska Extension’s upcoming Farm and Ranch Management webinar will focus on strategies for livestock producers to add value through approved certification programs. Consumers are...

 

Public Records

January 14 1:14, Parking Complaint, Loves Truck Stop, 600 block Chase Blvd. 8:33 am, Animal Call, 500 block 18th Ave. 8:35 am, Parking Complaint, Chase Blvd. 11:21 am, Truancy, 800 block Jackson St. 11:26 am, Truancy, 1800 block 4th St. 10:39 pm, Ala...

 

Leyton School Spelling Finalists

— Above are the finalists from the Leyton Selling Bee, held January 8, 2021. Left to Right: 6th place: Isabella Fischer-5th Grade, 5th place: Halle Carter-7th Grade, 4th place: Katie Eckhardt-8th...

 

WNCC Foundation Awards $49,000 to Students in Need

SCOTTSBLUFF - The Western Nebraska Community College Foundation has distributed $49,672.02 from the Student Emergency Fund (SEF) to 92 students in need since the COVID-19 pandemic began in March 2020. Nearly $30,000 was raised from generous...

 

Volkmer Recognized a first Sidney Educator of the Month

The duties of education go far beyond taking attendance and presenting a lecture. The process involves several layers of employees, from the custodians to the administrators. Three Sidney businesses h...

 

Pre-Retirees: Plan New for Health Care Costs

If you’re close to retirement, you’ll have several financial issues to consider. But you’ll want to pay attention to one of the most important of these issues: health care costs. How can you prepare yourself for these expenses? First, get an...

 

The One That Would Not, Could Not

As we have learned from the Covid-19 crisis, there’s no guarantee for tomorrow in this game of life and death. So, it makes good sense to examine ourselves today in 2021 and make the most of the opportunities we do have. Paul says in 2 Cor. 6:2, ...

 

Straight Talk from Steve

I will introduce a bill to move the headquarters of the Game and Parks Department to the City of Sidney. Currently, state law mandates that the headquarters for the Game and Parks Department be in...

 

Extension Webinar to Explore Livestock Nuisance, Odor Footprints

LINCOLN — An upcoming Nebraska Extension webinar will examine recent livestock facility nuisance litigation and look at a tool from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln for assessing the odor footprints of these facilities. The webinar will be...

 

Lawmakers Urged to Break Meat Supply-Chain Logjam

OAKLAND — Nebraska lawmakers are considering a bill to provide some relief for meat supply chains by allowing consumers to purchase smaller ownership shares of livestock. Aunbrea Zeleny with the Oakland Meat Processing Plant said Legislative Bill...

 

High Plains Ag Lab Lives Up to Its History

As the new year begins, all is quiet at the research plots at the High Plains Agricultural Lab 6 miles northwest of Sidney. Winter wheat fields are dormant, and other fields await the spring...

 

Public Records

January 7 12:57 am, Disturbance, Days Inn, 3000 block Silverberg Dr. 3:36 am, Medical Call Cheyenne Co Sheriff’s, 10th Ave. 7:43 am, Traffic Stop, 18th Ave. & King St. 9:21 am, Animal Call, 100 block Elm St. 10:35 am, Animal Call, 1000 block Pine...

 

Sidney Middle School Honor Roll

8th Grade Straight A Honor Roll Quarter 2 2020-2021 Dakota Ahrendt, Benjamin Borchard, Zoey Christensen, JaShawn Davenport, Jordan Denovellis, Ryan Dillehay, Rachel Ernst, Reid Fiscus, Dakota Hawkins, Deanna Horst, Katarina Jallen, Cooper Jobman,...

 

Sidney High School Honor Roll

Straight A Honor Roll Qtr. 2 12th Grade Hunter D. Ahrendt, Danielle Angelida Albus, Reagan Jo Biesecker, Marissa Mae Borchard, Rebekah Grace Carlson, Shawna Kaydeaver, Trey Daniel Douglas, Adarsha Ganesan, Blaze Anthony Ginther, Cole John Glanz,...

 

Houser Retires from City Duties

After five city managers and 30 years, JoDene Houser decided to disconnect the time clock and face life at a different pace. Friday, January 8, was Houser's last day as Human Resources director and...

 

Table of Grace Surpasses Fundraising Goal

On Oct. 20, 2020, Bell Pole and Lumber issued a challenge to Table of Grace and its supporters. The company offered to match gifts up to $30,000. Donations needed to be received by the end of...

 

How to Respond When Risk Tolerance is Tested

When you begin investing, you’ll generally assess your comfort with risk, as your investment choices will be guided at least partially by your risk tolerance. But once you actually experience the ups and downs of the market, this tolerance could be...

 

Who Has the Authority

The events of this past year have been challenging at the least, With the Covid Pandemic, and the Presidential election, life isn’t always what we expect. The Government would have you believe they have all the authority, but the word of GOD says...

 

FFA Members Compete in Speech Event

Five members of the Sidney High School Future Farmers of America (FFA) chapter, returned from a speech competition with awards, and just importantly experience. Angel Helms, Erika Meakins, Isis...

 

Public Records

December 30 12:31 am, Narcotics Violation, 9th Ave. & Linden St. 2:45 am, Parking Complaint, 13th Ave. & Forrest St. 4:17 am, Medical Call, Loves Truck Stop, 600 block Chase Blvd. 6:21 am, Traffic Stop, 14th Ave. & Illinois St. 9:29 am, Open...

 

Dancing to 2021

The Sidney Elks Lodge hosted a New Year's Eve party. The event included appetizers, dancing and DJ music....

 

Gas Tax to Decrease this Month

LINCOLN — Nebraska’s gas tax rate will be 28.7 cents per gallon, marking a decrease of 4.5 cents per gallon. This is good news for Nebraska motorists, who are currently seeing total gas prices spike ahead of the holidays. The current average...

 

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