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Air Force Officials Discuss Missile Plans

The United States missile defense system that dots the rural terrain north to Montana and North Dakota, including western Nebraska, and Colorado has been in the ground and at the ready for several yea...

 

Air Force Real Estate Town Hall Meetings

F. E. WARREN AIR FORCE BASE, Wyo. – The U.S. Air Force is holding town meetings and community engagements in Wyoming, Colorado and Nebraska to inform the local public and landowners about Ground Based Strategic Deterrence activities planned in...

 

Thibodeau Visits Sidney

In late 2021, Theresa Thibodeau stepped away from the Charles W. Herbster campaign. On April 20, 2022, she stopped in Sidney to meet voters. Thibodeau is in a field of nine seeking the top office in...

 

Gravel Permit Approved

The Cheyenne County Commissioners approved on April 18 an agreement with Paul Reed Construction for a conditional use permit to stockpile soil, aggregate, concrete and asphalt. The conditional use...

 

City Council Approves Vendor Fee

What is the best, most equitable tax and accountability system for food vendors, specifically for those who don't anticipate significant presence or revenue in town? That is a question the Sidney city...

 

Sidney VA Clinic to Close?

In downtown Sidney, about a block from the Cheyenne County Courthouse and near the business district is a clinic designed to serve a specific population, the veterans who have served the United...

 

Military Vehicle Continues to 'Serve'

For much of its history, the Sidney community has had a some degree of military presence. Recently, a part of the past resurfaced in another part of the country to tell its story, and thank those who... Full story

 

Challengers on the Ballot

In a little less than a month, Cheyenne County voters will cast their choices on the few contested races on the Primary Ballot. Races that are not contested will not appear on the Primary Ballot....

 

The Constant Challenge of Economic Development

There's a quote that when you have a good job, keep an eye out for the next one. Likewise, some business managers live by the principal of advertise when business is good, and advertise more when...

 

Students Observe 'Day of Silence'

On Friday, April 8, students in the Sidney School District who may often be seen as vocal, even bubbly, chose to be silent. Their silence, they admitted later, caused some awkwardness throughout the...

 

Herbster Returns to Sidney

Republican candidate for Nebraska governor Charles W. Herbster calls this year's election the most important governor's race. Herbster made another stop at Beans and Steams Coffee House in Sidney on...

 

Next Step in Communication

About two years ago, Cheyenne County added technology necessary to adapt to COVID-19 restrictions. The new technology allowed the county and district courts to continue remotely. Inmates or...

 

Cheyenne County Republicans Hear From Candidates

The Cheyenne County Republicans met in the basement conference room at Security Bank on March 22. The night included a briefing on the Primary election by Cheyenne County Clerk Beth Fiegenschuh....

 

WNCC Seeks Input

A community college has an extensive list of possibilities, of opportunities to be part of the community. Western Nebraska Community College's Interim President John Marrin met with Cheyenne County...

 

Crack Seal Bid OK'd

The Sidney City Council on March 8 approved a crack seal contract with Hein Construction of Fairbury, Neb. In his presentation to the city council, Street Superintendent Hank Radtke said two companies...

 

Highby Outdoors Moving to New Location

The corner of Jackson Street and 10th Avenue has a history of mixing venues. There was a bookstore, and beside it a coffee shop. There was the coffee shop within the retail store, and soon there will...

 

Make The Right Choice

“It's a matter of life or meth.” The message is simple and straight-forward, and has resulted in a campaign against use of methamphetamines. Nebraska State Patrol Troopers Tim Flick and Brandon...

 

Law Enforcement Undergoes Drug Training

Methamphetamine is defined as the significant threat to the state of Nebraska. It has caught the attention of law enforcement and drug counselors to the point a campaign has been launched: “It's a m...

 

Primary Ballot Full

The May 10, 2022 Primary Ballot is dominated by candidates seeking to return to office. Of the 30 seats available, seven are challengers and one seat is vacant. No names were submitted for the office...

 

Rolling Protest

Thursday afternoon, people started to gather at the west side of Sidney. It had the feeling of something expected, almost supernatural, as the American Freedom Convoy trucks were anticipated. Early...

 

New Councilmember

On February 22, the Sidney City Council held a changing of the guard in a matter of speaking. February 22 was councilman Joe Arterburn's last day as a seated councilman. He had submitted his...

 

City Pursues Solar Option

The Sidney City Council approved pursuing a contract to support solar energy generation in the community. If a solar field is established, Sidney's electricity superintendent Mike Palmer said, it...

 

Lindstrom Trumps for Governor's Seat

Nebraska candidate for governor Brett Lindstrom stopped in Sidney Saturday, Feb. 19, for a meet and greet event at the Sidney Elks Lodge. Lindstrom grew up in Omaha and was a walk-on for the Huskers...

 

Adams Industries Seeks 'Inland Port Authority' Support

The idea might sound little bit like a fish out of water, but Sidney and Cheyenne County have some of the characteristics to be home of one of the first inland port authorities Adams Industries is...

 

The Price of Being a Food Vendor

Sometimes lunch is on the run, a quick sandwich and a drink. Sometimes “quick” is a street corner vendor, but what are the options when the vendor has days when the daily receipts aren't much...

 

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