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Peetz, Dalton Celebrate Community

This weekend will be busy with community celebrations. ---- PEETZ ---- The town of Peetz will be hosting For Peetz Sake Days and their homecoming. Events start Friday, Sept. 20, in Peetz with a bake sale and craft sale at the Old Fire Hall 3 p.m. to...

 

Phillips 'Li'l Red Express' Featured in Vintage Truck Magazine

The late 1970s was a time of 8-track radios, CB radios, 55 mph interstate speed limits and the Dodge Li'l Red Express. Owning one has been a passion of John Phillips since then. He first got a...

 

Gurley Celebrates Community

Thursday evening the traffic through Gurley surpassed normal in both the automotive and pedestrian variety as the village rolled out the red carpet for people to see what it has to offer, and where...

 

Potter Days Royalty

Crowned as Miss Potter 2019 this evening was Miss Mary Kasten, daughter of Jason and Amanda Kasten. Her attendants are Miss Virginia Herboldsheimer, daughter of Bryan and Laurie Herboldsheimer, and...

 

Holy Cow

My cowboy had some horses consigned at a sale in Laramie recently. We always arrive the day beforehand to get stalls set up, horses put away, chores done and marketing material out. Driving long distances is always an adventure anymore with 4...

 

New Grass Drill Available at South Platte NRD

The South Platte Natural Resources District (SPNRD) recently added a new No-Till Grass Drill to its lineup of equipment available for rent! The SPNRD has made equipment for conservation management...

 

Gurley Lays Out Welcome Mat 'Night Out in Gurley' Includes Historic Tour

On a gentle rise north of Sidney sits a grain elevator, several homes and a few businesses. The view is a little deceiving because of the landscape in the area. Also deceiving is the level of...

 

Potter Days Grand Marshals

The Potter community will be celebrating the 88th Annual Potter Days Aug. 30-Sept. 1. The weekend kicks off Wednesday, Aug. 28, with the crowning of Miss Potter at the Legion Hall at 7 p.m....

 

Gatekeeper Training on September 4 in Sidney

According to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, in 2018 suicide was the 10th leading cause of death; the second leading cause of death for people ages 15 to 34, fourth for ages 35-54 and...

 

Lodgepole 95th Old Settlers' Days Aug. 31-Sept. 2

The village of Lodgepole is opening its doors and laying down the welcome mats for its 95th Old Settlers' Days with the theme "Honestly - It's For Everyone!" Events start 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 31,...

 

LCC Provides Supplies for Kids in Need

The Cheyenne County Chamber of Commerce's Leadership Cheyenne County project for this year teamed up with Community Action Partnership to collect and distribute school supplies for children in need...

 

Highby Outdoors Sponsors Nebraska Teens at Junior World Bass Championship

Highby Outdoors is sponsoring two young native Nebraska bass fishermen in the 2019 Junior World Bass Championship in North Little Rock, Ark., on August 8-10. Justin McEvoy and Brennan Teters, both 15...

 
 By Mike Motz    Community    August 14, 2019

Night of Hope a Success

Survivors launch their balloons after the "Survivors Walk" to start the Night of Hope festivities....

 

Rebecca Nobel's Cabaret Theatre in Sidney Aug. 24

The Rebecca Noble's Cabaret Theatre is scheduled to open the 2019-2020 High Plains Arts Council season Aug. 24 at the Sidney High School Performing Arts Center at 7 p.m. The group will perform their...

 
 By Mike Motz    Community    August 14, 2019

OHD Wins 'Great Trash Race'

On Saturday morning, the annual "Great Trash Race" event sponsored by Keep Sidney Beautiful had 25 volunteers working hard to keep Sidney clean and trash-free. Keep Sidney Beautiful is one of 22 Nebra...

 
 By Mike Motz    Community    August 7, 2019

"Paws 4 Paws" Project Commemorates 10 Years of Caring

What started ten years ago as a way to help the pets of families in financial distress has become a mission and a labor of love for Nebraskans Becky Hale and Steve Morgheim. "Skipper's Cupboard" is...

 

Sidney Student Attends Prestigious Leadership Program

Her friends probably see her as a typical fifth grader. She has a big smile, fun and spends time outside with friends. The exception is that she likes to read and study. Her interests are far deeper...

 

Night of Hope

Sidney Salvation Army Chairman presents and check for $500 to Kim Phillips, secretary of the Night of Hope. The Sidney Salvation Army has been a sponsor of the Night of Hope since 2012, raising funds...

 

Movie in the Park

Pictured from are Graci Marheke, Chloe Gager and Lincoln Gillen checking out some of the many items for auction at Movie in the Park Sunday. The Silent Auction at Sunday's Movie in the Park hosted by...

 

Scavenger Hunt

Children stopped at the Sidney Sun-Telegraph and at several other businesses Friday in the Find "Flat Herbie" Scavenger Hunt. Participating businesses were encouraged to place the Flat Herbie emblem...

 

Sidney School Officials See Trend in Electronic Tobacco Use

Smoking and tobacco use among youth is not a new issue. For some, it is symbolic rebellion. For others, they may not even know why they smoke. What is known is tobacco use is not allowed on or in a...

 

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