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City employees Anthony, Trowbridge recognized for decades of service

 

Anthony Ruiz

City clerk Geri Anthony and Jim Trowbridge, utilities operator with water department, were recognized by the utilities section of the League of Nebraska Municipalities this month with an award commemorating their decades of service with the City of Sidney. Anthony has been with the city for nearly 50 years, and Trowbridge for 45 years.

Two long-time City of Sidney employees were recognized by the utilities section of the League of Nebraska Municipalities this month with an award certificate commemorating their decades of service with the city.

City clerk Geri Anthony has been a part of Sidney's city government for nearly half a century, starting out as a part-time employee in the summer of 1966.

"I think I started in July of '66," Anthony said. "Something like that."

Anthony was born in Alliance to a family of farmers. After graduating high school, she came to Sidney to attend the business school that had recently opened...



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