On Thursday afternoon, the typical flow of automobile and pedestrian traffic was somewhat distracted by a sight a little out of place on any other day.
There at the side of Illinois Street a large wooden cross was resting against a street sign. On the cross were meager goods and two flags: the U.S. flag and the black and white POW-MIA flag. Near the foot of the cross were a few belongings, very few considering he has been on the road for nine years.
His visit to Sidney is spiritual in part, but not Baptist, Methodist, Catholic or any other name above the door.
“I'm praying over your tow...