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WNCC Hosting Home School CollegeNOW! Workshops

SCOTTSBLUFF -- Western Nebraska Community College is hosting three workshops for all home school parents and their children covering the benefits of WNCC’s CollegeNOW! program. Workshops will be held on the WNCC Sidney Campus on Tuesday, September...

 

Historical Association Meets Sept. 23

The Cheyenne County Historical Association is holding its annual meeting 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept., 23, at the Cheyenne County Visitor Center. The board invites anyone — past, present or prospective member — or anyone interest in preserving state and... Full story

 

The Well-Armed Woman

Sterling TWAW (The Well Armed Woman) will be meeting 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 15, at the Logan County Shooting Sports Complex, 2nd Amendment Way off Highway 61 to enjoy some range time...

 

Ribbon Cutting - NT Building Supply & Rental

Surrounded by family, friends and business leaders, Nathaniel Terman and his sons Justice (left) and Titus officially cut the ribbon to NT Building Supply & Rental. Just to their left, Charity...

 
 By Don Ogle    News    September 7, 2018

UST Global And Xpanxion To Bring New Healthcare And Technology Jobs To Sidney

Xpanxion, in partnership with its parent company UST Global, has formally announced it will be expanding operations into Sidney. The move is part of the company's practice to expand its portfolio of... Full story

 

Skating across America

She sits in an office chair with an aura of relaxation, like sharing a latte with an old friend. Her smile implies innocence but is really a positive outlook on life that opens unexpected doors on...

 

County Approves 2018-19 Budget

The Cheyenne County Commissioners returned from the Labor Day weekend to approve the 2018-2019 county budget. The budget was approved with all commissioners present at 1 percent under the 2017-2018...

 
 By Don Ogle    News    September 7, 2018

Leyton Football Player Severely Injured

An unusual football injury has left the Gurley, Dalton and Banner County communities in shock after a member of the Leyton/Banner County football team suffered a crippling injury last week. Leyton...

 
 By Don Ogle    News    September 7, 2018

Portion of Walking Trail to Close

Beginning Monday, Sept. 10, a portion of the Sidney/Deadwood Walking Trail will be closed near Western Nebraska Community College. The closure will be approximately one-half mile southeast of the... Full story

 

Tourism Numbers Down For the Year, Up in June

Visits to Cheyenne County are showing numbers on both sides of the line. They are down, but they're also going up. A Nebraska Tourism Commission press release dated Aug. 30 says tourism in Nebraska is...

 

Stand off Results in Arrest

Early morning on Thursday, Aug. 30, law enforcement obtained a search warrant to search the residence of Jarred Neuhalfen, 26, at 3080 County Road 83, Potter. Law enforcement attempted to enter the re...

 

Council Approves Oktoberfest Parade Application

The Sidney City Council recently approved an application for the Oktoberfest Parade. The parade is scheduled for 10 a.m. Oct. 6. The route this year is on Illinois Street from Nineteenth to Seventh...

 

Text Alerts Now Offered for Endangered Missing Advisories

LINCOLN — The Nebraska State Patrol (NSP) has developed a new way for the public to receive Endangered Missing Advisories (EMA) directly from NSP. The public can now receive the alerts via text message. “When we launched the EMA system several...

 

State Chamber Reps Address State Issues

Sidney is facing a challenge, an uphill battle some would say, of finding work for all of the available workforce in the county, a blossoming workforce idled by no choice of their own. Sidney is... Full story

 
 By Don Ogle    News    August 31, 2018

Seattle Woman Includes Sidney as Part of Her Adventure

Like a busy bee flitting from flower to flower, a young Seattle, Wash. woman landed in Sidney over the weekend, getting her first taste of what Nebraska has to offer. At 25, Lisa Hirata has been... Full story

 

City Keeps Mill Levy Unchanged

The Sidney City Council held a public hearing Tuesday on the proposed 2018-2019 city budget. The City is facing cuts because of reductions in sales tax revenue and valuations. According to the budget... Full story

 

Mosquito Spraying Changes Nights

Weather permitting, Sidney City Parks will spray mosquitoes on Monday night September 3, 2018. Spraying will return to Sunday nights beginning September 9th....

 

Volunteerism Viewed As Part of Budget Solution

Specific services historically taken for granted may not be as quickly delivered in the city of Sidney while belt-tightening is needed. That is the message delivered to the Sidney City Council Tuesday. Among the agenda items, the council discussed...

 

NSP Launches Pink Patch Project

LINCOLN - Citizens across Nebraska may be seeing a new patch on Nebraska State Patrol (NSP) uniforms this fall. Throughout the month of October, troopers will be given the option to replace the...

 

Gov. Ricketts Cuts Ribbon on State-of-the-Art Central Nebraska Veterans' Home

KEARNEY – Last weekend, Governor Pete Ricketts and the Nebraska Department of Veterans' Affairs (NDVA) hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony at the new Central Nebraska Veterans' Home (CNVH) in Kearney....

 

TOPS Helps Teens Help Each Other, Community

Sometimes a young person just needs a little encouragement, a little help redirecting focus. That process has a special value when the encouragement comes from peers. The Teen Outreach Program is...

 

Old Settlers Days Set For Aug. 31- Sept. 3

Celebrate the history of the Lodgepole community this weekend with Old Settlers Day. "Return, Renew & Relive!" is the theme of the 94th Old Settlers Celebration. The celebration is scheduled for...

 

Potter Days Set For Aug. 31- Sept. 2

“Sixties Rewind” is the theme of the 87th Annual Potter Days. The event begins with crowing of Miss Potter at the Community Legion Hall at 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 30. Friday events start at noon...

 
 By Don Ogle    News    August 29, 2018

Building Purchase Yields Unexpected Business Reward

When Molly and Matt Highby opened Highby Forest Products in May, they didn't go in with a lot of expectations. "We didn't know the first thing about the business,"says the Molly, the company's...

 

New Pastor to Capitalize on Experiences

Pastor Brien Wahlen recently arrived in Sidney with his wife. His story is like many. It is not a straight line from boyhood to full-time ministry. In fact, as he tells it, ministry is kind of a...

 

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