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Local Residents Call for New Weed Management Plan

Warren Phelps didn’t waste any time with niceties. He pointedly said the county likewise shouldn’t waste money in its noxious weed management. Cheyenne County contracts it's noxious weed control...

 
 By Don Ogle    News    November 7, 2018

USDA Grant Boosts SRMC Telehealth Program

Sidney Regional Medical Center and other Panhandle hospitals got a boost in providing advanced services with a telemedicine grant from USDA Rural Development. The $265,159 grant was announced last...

 

WNCC Aviation Maintenance Information Day Set

The aviation industry continues to grow in the United States. That means air traffic will continue to increase. And that means the need for aviation maintenance workers will be at an all-time high. Those interested in learning more about the...

 

Evening of Memories Set for Dec. 9

When a relationship is broken by death, memories linger. Sometimes the memories are shared as a way to keep the person alive in the heart. It is what draws friends and family together, and...

 

County Recognized

Cheyenne County Clerk Beth Fiegenschuh presented Cheyenne County Commissioner Philip Sanders with a plaque recognizing Cheyenne County's support of the Nebraska Intergovernmental Risk Management...

 

Farmers, Ranchers Have a Voice in Local Farm Program Decisions

LINCOLN – Nebraska Farm Service Agency (FSA) State Executive Director Nancy Johner announced the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) began mailing ballots Monday to eligible agricultural producers for the 2018 FSA county committee elections....

 

Nebraska Rotarians Offer Their Help to the Community

Do you see needs in Sidney that aren’t being met? Would you like to see the city become even better? Rotarians want to help. Representatives of Rotary District 5630, which covers western Nebraska, will host an informational meeting 6:30 to 8 p.m....

 

Vickie Brown - Creek Valley School Board

Why did you choose to run for office? I currently have a 5th grader in the CVS family and wanted to get involved with the school district to ensure that we, as a community, are doing our best to prepare our kids for success after graduation. The...

 

Anne Rexroth - Leyton School Board

Why did you choose to run for office? Cheyenne County has been my home for 12 years.  I currently reside in Gurley with my family — my husband Ryan, and two daughters, Josette and Libby. What skills do you have that you will bring to the office?...

 

Adam Frerichs - Cheyenne County Sheriff

Why did you choose to run for office? With Sheriff John D. Jenson retiring this year, the opportunity presented itself for me to step up and continue with some long term goals that I have had for myself. What skills do you have that you will bring...

 

Paul Schaub - Cheyenne County Attorney

Why did you choose to run for office? To make a difference. Our work holds offenders accountable. And we stand up for victim rights. What skills do you have that you will bring to the office?...

 

Cary Linton - Leyton Board of Education

Why did you choose to run for office? After serving on the board for 18 years, "retiring" for two, then back to fill a vacancy, I have renewed interest in our school. I want to continue to be a part...

 

Sam Schumacher - Leyton School Board

Why did you choose to run for office? I want to make sure that the students who attened Leyton Public Schools are recieving the education that every kid deserves. I want to help every kid who goes through our school become successful in their life...

 

Brad Sherman - City Council

Why did you choose to run for office? I want to do whatever I can to help Sidney continue to grow into the future. I feel we have a lot to offer new families as well as the families that continue to make Sidney their home. I want to work within the...

 

Melody Keller - Cheyenne County Assessor

What is the office you are running for? I am Melody “Mel” Keller, seeking the office of Cheyenne County Assessor Why did you choose to run for office? My choice to run for this office is twofold....

 

City Okays 'Shovel Ready' Approach

When the Bass Pro acquisition of Cabela’s began, properties went on the sale block in relation to the change of staff. It didn’t take long before Sidney real estate was attracting buyers, enough buyers the City of Sidney wants more assets...

 

Local Candidates Outline Platforms

With the approaching election, the Sun-Telegraph recently asked all local candidates on the ballot, challenged or not, to address the electorate. We asked candidates to outline their hopes and responsibilities for the jobs they are seeking so...

 

Bob Olson: 4-yr City Council

Why did you choose to run for office? Several reasons 1) I believe every citizen should perform some civic duty whether that be participation in our chamber of commerce, civic club such as Kiwanis,...

 

Burke Radcliffe: 2-yr City Council

Why did you choose to run for office? I felt like it was time to serve my community. I hope to be part of the solution of helping Sidney rebound from the negative things that have happened to the...

 

Mike Palmer Sidney School Board

What is the office you are running for? Board of Education-Sidney School District No. 1 Why did you choose to run for office? I thought this would be a great opportunity to give back to my community and school district that helped shape me into the...

 

Roger Gallaway: City Council

Why did you choose to run for office? As a resident for over 26 years, I've always been impressed with the positive, "can-do" attitude of this community. I have always found myself promoting all of...

 

Tom Von Seggern: Sidney School Board

What is the office you are running for? School Board Member – Sidney Public Schools Why did you choose to run for office? Cindy and I have four children that attended SPS. To set an example for my children on public service in our local community....

 

Groskopf Recognized For Grain Marketing Plan Smartphone App

Jessica Groskopf, a Nebraska Extension Ag Economics Educator based at the University of Nebraska Panhandle Research and Extension Center, was part of a team that received national recognition for...

 

Council Approves Fee Restructuring

The Sidney City Council Tuesday approved restructuring of fees for city services. The restructuring has less to do with prices and more to do with where they can be found within City documents,...

 

Fall, Halloween Celebrations Start Saturday

It’s time to get the spook out in the Sidney area, with a host of activities available Saturday. The 15th Annual Hay Day Festival is scheduled for 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Cheyenne County 4-H...

 

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