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No Injuries in Lorenzo House Fire

A Lorenzo family escaped injury when a fire erupted in their home Monday evening. Sidney volunteer firefighters were called to the home of Dave and veronica Phelps at 6:45 p.m. after Veronica arrived...

 
 By Don Ogle    News    March 8, 2019

Sidney Woman Faces Charges Following Go-Fund-Me Misappropriation

A Sidney woman is due to appear in Cheyenne County Court Monday on charges stemming from an alleged theft of Go-Fund-Me funds that were to benefit the family of a house fire. Samantha Robertson, 27,...

 

Lodgepole Creek Apartments Resold

Naples, Florida-based Keating Resources recently sold its 72-unit Lodgepole Creek Apartments. The Apartments were sold to Princeton Management, a Fairfield, Michigan-based property management...

 

Commissioners OK Lawn Care Contract

The Cheyenne County Commissioners Monday approved renewing a contract with Premier Land Management Services, LLC. The agreement is for maintenance of courthouse grounds and of the Visitor Center....

 

Packed House Supports Pheasants Forever

The Cheyenne County Fairgrounds was packed with hunting supporters Friday night as the Pheasants Forever chapter held its annual banquet. Supporters were greeted with options to buy tickets for...

 
 By Don Ogle    News    March 6, 2019

City Crews Repair Water Main in Frigid Temps

City water department crews spent 12 hours locating and repairing a water main break that occurred at one of the city's highest locations Saturday. The break, to a six-inch main line, was reported at...

 

Code Enforcement Focuses on Respect

Living in a community means neighbors. Some people believe that “fences make good neighbors.” However, if the neighbor’s lack of maintenance of his home and yard affects his neighbors, its...

 

CCSO Investigating Vehicle Break-ins

Authorities continue investigating a series of vehicle break-ins that occurred Thursday Feb. 28 into Friday, March 1 in the Dalton area. On Friday afternoon, Cheyenne County Sheriff Adam Frerichs sent our a press release regarding vehicles in the...

 

Former Sidney Student Tops In College Broadcast

NEW YORK – A former Sidney resident was among the big winners Saturday during the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System College Media Awards in New York City. University of Nebraska/Kearney and...

 

Foreign Landowners Must Report Holdings

Brad Fraass, Cheyenne County Executive Director for the Farm Service Agency, reminds foreign investors who buy, sell, or hold a direct or indirect interest in agricultural lands in the United States that they are required under the Agricultural...

 

Spring Rainbow Trout Stockings Put on Hold

LINCOLN – With frigid temperatures gripping much of the state and many lakes locked with thick ice, the spring stockings of rainbow trout and the season opener at the Two Rivers State Recreation Area Trout Lake are on hold. “Due to the extreme...

 

NEST 529 Sows Seeds for the Academic Future with Farm-Themed Photo Drawing

LINCOLN – Nebraska State Treasurer John Murante and First National Bank of Omaha today announced the fifth annual NEST on the Farm Fun Photo $1,000 Drawing. The Drawing will be open to submissions from Nebraska residents through June 30, 2019. To...

 

City to Modify Dam

The dam is too big and the City of Sidney needs to decide if it is to be modified or brought into compliance. The Nebraska Department of Natural Resources determined one of Sidney’s dams to be in...

 

SRMC Announces NEW Emergency Transfer Partner

Sidney Regional Medical Center (SRMC) has announced a new agreement for emergency patient transfers. As part of the continuum of care, the hospital is responsible for managing the transportation of patients to the next level of care. Because it is...

 
 By Don Ogle    News    March 1, 2019

Nebraska Brass Brings Melodies to Sidney

Another award-winning musical program is in store for Sidney residents tomorrow (Saturday), when the High Plains Arts Council brings the Nebraska Brass to the stage at the Sidney High School Performin...

 

Appeals Court Rules for the State

The Nebraska Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday against a Sidney resident in a court case dating back to 2014. The Court of Appeals ruling upheld a decision by the Cheyenne County District Court's ruling...

 

SPNRD Board Holds February Meeting

On Tuesday February 12 the South Platte Natural Resources District (SPNRD) Board of Directors (Board) held its monthly meeting at the South Platte NRD Conference Room. Galen Wittrock addressed the Community Forestry Program; Wittrock reported on...

 

County Employees Complete 'Stop The Bleed' Course

A mis-step on a sidewalk, or unseen ice, can land a pedestrian on the sidewalk with injuries. Witnessing an accident on the highway quickly leads to the question of where is the nearest medical...

 

Officially Open for Business

Jeremy Nesbitt, of Nexgen Outfitters, is pictured with children of the founders of Nexgen. The new company had an open house Thursday celebrating their official opening for business. Nexgen...

 

Students Challenged To New Level of Respect

Walking a downtown sidewalk, or a hallway at a school, a person is greeted by laughter, business seriousness, and a host of emotions between. The question is if what you see is what is truly...

 
 By Sam Crisler    News    February 27, 2019

Revenue Committee Hears Ag-Focused Property Tax Bills

LINCOLN - With the nation’s seventh-highest property tax rates, many Nebraskans are looking for any sort of relief. And according to Sen. Mike Groene of North Platte, farmers are feeling the burden more than others. On Feb. 21, Groene presented LB...

 
 By Leslie Reed    News    February 27, 2019

Training the Next Crop of Ag Professionals

Toni Rasmussen is a former farm kid who knows the pride of donning an FFA jacket. Thanks to support from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, she's using her life experience and education to share...

 

Ag Committee Discusses Meat-Labeling Bill In Argumentative Hearing

LINCOLN--A bill that would ban advertising of plant-based, insect-based or lab-based food as “meat” was discussed by the Agriculture Committee in a two-hour long hearing Feb. 19 that included a disagreement between two senators. LB 594,...

 

Street Improvement Plan in Conflict with State

Counties and municipalities in Nebraska are required by the State to submit one-year and six-year road work plans. This year’s plans could be in conflict with State highway department plans. The...

 

Bighorn Sheep Captured In The Panhandle

CHADRON -- Bighorn sheep in the Panhandle are sporting some new hardware this week thanks to the work of a helicopter capture crew, wildlife professionals and volunteers. South Dakota State University...

 

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