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Sidney Students Perform Well in ACT Test

Sidney High School students continue to perform ahead of the state average. That is the news brought to the school board Monday evening by Superintendent Jay Ehler. The ACT College Readiness Letter...

 

Sidney Regional Welcomes Two New Doctors

Sidney Regional Medical Center has two new doctors on staff with similar backgrounds. Dr. Sara Sholar has joined the staff as a doctor of osteopathic medicine and medical doctor. In addition to...

 

Sidney High School Urges Students to 'Be The Change'

Sidney High School students are being encouraged to think and see outside of themselves. During the week of Nov. 18-22, students will have opportunities to make the school a better place, reach out...

 

A Message From the ESU 13 Administrator

Now five months into my new role as Administrator of ESU 13, I am grasping an even deeper understanding of the organization as a whole as well as how ESU 13 coordinates with the other ESUs across the state. There are 17 educational service units in...

 

'Rapid Response' Meeting Nov. 14 at WNCC

The Department of Labor is hosting a “Rapid Response” information session at 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 14 at Western Nebraska Community College in Sidney. The meeting will be held in Rooms 115/116. We understand that a job loss is stressful and...

 

Way Out West (WOW) Community Theatre

The Way Out West (WOW) Community Theatre did a Tomfoolery Improv night benefitting Plains West CASA recently. The dinner and entertainment were provided with a free-will donation and all proceeds...

 

Canterbury Estates Celebrates Project Completion

The arctic winds didn't stop the celebration as state and local officials and recent residents came together to celebrate the completion of Canterbury Estates. "This is a project that started about...

 

County, Bass Pro/Cabela's Advance Tax Appeals

Some of the objections filed by Bass Pro/Cabela's were addressed but several need a higher court. The Cheyenne County commissioners were updated Monday on a list of objections filed by the Bass...

 

American Legion Auxiliary Celebrating Century of Service

Sidney American Legion Unit No. 17 is celebrating the national Auxiliary's milestone, a century of service in 2019-2020. The Sidney American Legion Unit No. 17 is part of The American Legion Family, w...

 

"Elvis" Returns to Cheyenne County

Advance tickets for Elvis Tribute Artist Joseph Hall's Dec. 21 Christmas Show will go on sale Saturday, Nov. 9 Hall is coming to Sidney as part of the High Plains Arts Council's 2019-2020 season, and...

 

WNCC Faces of Excellence

George Lapaseotes was sitting behind a computer dreaming of a different life. "I kept thinking, 'This isn't what I love or what I want to do every day,'" Lapaseotes said. "So I sat down and decided to...

 
 By Mike Motz    News    November 6, 2019

Leyton Drops Heartbreaker in Subdistricts

Leyton's Lady Warriors had many challenges this year, fighting for consistency while hovering around the .500 mark for the season. Last Tuesday after getting past a stubborn Minatare team in the...

 

Brauer Finalist for Nebraska School Counselor of the Year

In West Elementary School, there is a name that is known by teachers, staff and students. She is known for her heart, for her commitment to staff and students, and to the educational community. Carla...

 

Resident Seeks Tighter Speed Control

As the City of Sidney is reviewing, speed zones and traffic controls within the city limits, one resident approached the city council to post more traffic signs. Mindy Estrada, who lives with her...

 

City Manager Retiring

Sidney City Manager Ed Sadler recently announced his retirement. He will have completed about four years of service to the community when he leaves office in 2020. "This is a change for me," Sadler sa...

 

NCTA Aggies Attend 92nd National FFA Convention

CURTIS – The Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture will participate at the 92nd National FFA Convention and Expo in Indianapolis. NCTA's assistant recruiter Casey Gathje will have an NCTA...

 

SRMC's Vicki Stegeman Among Caring Kind Award Recipients

LA VISTA - The Nebraska Hospital Association (NHA) recognized 76 Nebraska member hospital employees on Oct. 18, 2019, by bestowing them with the organization's prestigious The Caring Kind award. For...

 

Sidney Judge Selected for Nebraska State Bar Foundation's 2019 Class of Fellows

Lincoln – Hon. Randin R. Roland of Sidney, Judge of the County Court, 12th Judicial District, is one of 30 Nebraska lawyers nominated, and then selected, for the 2019 Class of Fellows by the...

 

SPNRD Recognizes Tammy Sherman as Environmental Educator

Passion is what makes the difference. It doesn't matter what the occupation or calling in life. It is the difference between working for the paycheck and working to benefit your clients... or...

 

Havorka Appears in Court on Drug Charges

David Havorka, 56, of Sidney, appeared in Cheyenne County District Court Thursday, Oct. 17 for a preliminary hearing on charges of Possession of a Controlled Substance. Havorka was arrested after...

 

Table of Grace Seeks Community Support

For many families, the numbers just don't work. There is the struggle of school expenses for the children, proper clothes and the seasons change, and sometimes just keeping food in the cupboard....

 

City Announces Parking Limits During Winter

The City of Sidney would like to remind its citizens that starting October 15 all types of trailers, boats, and recreational vehicles are not allowed to be parked on the city streets.  This restricted parking is enforced on all streets inside the...

 

'Sherm' Resigns from Sidney Library

He's a familiar face in the literary community. He's not always outspoken, but known for his thoughtful words and excitement for blending bound books and new technology. Andrew "Sherm" Sherman and...

 

Commissioners Approve ATM in Courthouse

It may be a shorter walk if you're in the Cheyenne County Courthouse and find yourself short of cash or can't write a check. The Cheyenne County Commissioners Monday approved Sheriff Adam Frerichs'...

 

Fly-In Breakfast

SimWon Kim, right, serves more pancakes for hungry pilots and supporters of the Western Nebraska Community College Avionics program during the Oct. 19 fly-in in Sidney. Proceeds from the breakfast...

 

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