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Aviation Art Contest 2019 "My Dream To Fly"

Since 1986, the Department of Transportation/Division of Aeronautics has sponsored an annual Aviation Art Contest for the benefit of our youth. The program goal is to motivate and encourage young people to become more familiar with and participate...

 

Vehicle Report

Two vehicles collided near the intersection of College Drive and Fort Sidney Road Monday afternoon resulting in minor injuries to one driver. Traffic was diverted to one lane No further information...

 

Director Updates Council on Comm Center

“It was a very good year,” says Cheyenne County Emergency Communications Center Director Heidi Gillespie. Gillespie recently presented her report on the communication center’s fiscal year. To sa...

 

New Business Offers Home Spun Recreation

Sheep and lambs are thought of for their bleating, almost crying, but seldom laughing, until now. Mark and Tiann Goll are opening a fabric and spinning business in Sidney, "Laughing Lamb Fibers."...

 
 By Don Ogle    News    October 5, 2018

2019 County Fair Plans Being Honed

Plans for the Cheyenne County Fair keep moving forward. At their monthly meeting this week, Fair Board members reviewed the events schedule for the fair, scheduled for July 21-27, 2019. In discussion,...

 

Police Department Remains Busy

Sidney police continue to investigate a number of incidents that have taken place at businesses near the I-80 east interchange. Most recent of those is a cart push out at WalMart, where a person placed a number of items in an alternate container and...

 

Department of Insurance To Be In Sidney

The Nebraska Department of Insurance is coming to Sidney to discuss insurance issues with people in a town hall forum on October 16th from 6-8 p.m at the Hampton Inn in the Sunset Board room. If you are interested in getting some information...

 

City Columbus Day Schedule

The City of Sidney will be observing the Columbus Day holiday on Monday, October 8. All City Departments will be closed, including the Library, the Landfill, and both public transportation buses. Trash collection normally scheduled for Monday will...

 

RIBBON CUTTING: The Dock Bar & Grill

Ryan Fortune, center, cuts the ribbon, with the assistance of his wife Tammy, at The Dock Bar and Grill last week. Cheyenne County Ambassadors joined the couple in the ceremony, helping kick the...

 

Cycling Pair Support Police, Firefighters in Cross-country Ride

The world looks a lot different from a bicycle seat. Time moves slower. Details are clearer. The sunshine is sharper and optimism is a little easier to accept. Cross-country tours also offer the...

 

Gusman Resigns as County Veterans Service Officer

After serving Cheyenne County veterans for several years, Ron Gusman is resigning. He will remain on the job through Dec. 31. The discussion Monday with the Cheyenne County Commissioners focused on ho...

 
 By Don Ogle    News    October 3, 2018

Feddersen Found Not Guilty On Two Felony Charges

A Sidney man who was accused of beating and robbing an acquaintance during a burglary has been acquitted by a jury. Jackson (Jack) Feddersen was arrested just more than a year ago when he was named by...

 

Human Sex Trafficking Exposed Wednesday Night (10/10/18)

PLEASE NOTE: 10/3/18's Edition of the paper has an incorrect date for the showing. Please see below for the correct date. Human sex trafficking has been a growing problem in today's world. Hardly a...

 

2019 National Western 4-H Catch-A-Calf Applicants Wanted

A limited number of 4-H members have the opportunity to catch a calf each January during the National Western Stock Show held in Denver, Colo. Successful catchers will receive their calf in May 2019 to begin feeding the calf to market finish, and...

 

Vitalix Moves Production to Sidney

In June, the Vitalix facility in Alliance was destroyed in a fire. The company was soon in a dire situation trying to keep up with customer demand, even with other facilities capable of producing...

 

City Health Insurance Rates Remain Unchanged

City of Sidney employees received good news Tuesday. Health insurance premiums will remain unchanged and coverage remains strong, according to Mary Kramer of Holmes Murphy & Associates insurance...

 

Cabela's Sues Local Start-up Companies

Cabela's LLC has lodged a complaint against two groups of former employees alleging unfair competition and misappropriation of confidential information, according to court records. A case filed by...

 

DMV Update Could Cause Delays

Those planning license plate and other Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) business with the Cheyenne County Treasurer’s Office next Tuesday may want to plan ahead. Cheyenne County Treasurer Diane Scott reports that state officials will be...

 
 By Don Ogle    News    September 28, 2018

Feddersen Trial Begins in District Court

Jackson Feddersen of Sidney went on trial in Cheyenne County District Court Wednesday, charged with robbery and burglary. Four additional felony charges, stemming from an Aug. 31, 2017 incident, were...

 
 By Don Ogle    News    September 28, 2018

Holechek Announces Retirement, Sale of Business

For more than 50 years the Holechek family has served the area with services through Holechek Funeral Home. That came to an end this week when Jim Holechek, who has run the Sidney funeral home announc...

 

Nebraska Indicator: Economic Outlook Improves For Early 2019

LINCOLN – Solid economic growth will continue in Nebraska through early 2019, according to the most recent leading economic indicator report from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. The indicator, a composite of economic factors that predict...

 

Nebraska Corn Reminds Ag Workers, Rural Residents And Visitors To Be Safe This Harvest Season

LINCOLN – As combines pop up in fields across the Midwest, the Nebraska Corn Board and Nebraska Corn Growers Association encourage farmers, as well as local residents and visitors, to take a second...

 

Sidney Chocolatier Sweetens Seasons

Entering her home at the right time of year, neighbors are greeted with a scene like choosing your own gift. The boxes are attractive and presentable, and the contents are a chocoholic's dream....

 

Kimball Hosts Remote Control Flying Enthusiasts

After a two-year year break the Kimball Kamakazee Club once again going to have its Fun Fly. Event Organizer Rick Kirby is proud to announce the return of Kimball Kamakazee Club’s Remote Control Airplane Fun Fly. The event will be held at the Kimba...

 

High School Girls Interested In Science, Medicine Or Engineering Invited To Apply For Free, One-Day Program

Applications Due Oct. 17 High school girls with an interest in science, medicine or engineering are invited to apply for the Perry Outreach Program to be held Saturday, Nov. 17, at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha. Applications are...

 

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