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Preschool gets 'Wild about Christmas' with performance

Preschool gets 'Wild about Christmas' with performance

Santa came to town, visiting a local preschool on Friday after their Christmas performance. Children age 3 to 4 participated in singing songs for their parents. Made evident by a few nervous tears...

King's Daughters group helps brighten holidays for local families

Tis the season for giving and the Wide Awake Circle of the King's Daughters are fully ingratiated in the holiday spirit as they provided a multitude of Christmas dinners for families in need last...

Community Calendar 12-22-14

Ongoing Cancer survivor support group meets every third Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. at Dorwart Cancer Care Center. Great Topics and food. Call Leslie @ 250-1113 if questions. Tuesday, Dec. 23 The Sidney Public Library will be offering the “Being... Full story

No Till Notes: 'Winter Conferences will provide chance to discuss successes, failures'

I’d like to start off by wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! This is a good time of year to reflect back on last year’s growing season and give thanks for all the many blessings we have received. There are always...

Crop Production Clinics set for Gering, other locations in January

UNL Extension will be sponsoring Crop Production Clinics at Gering and seven other locations across Nebraska in January. The Crop Production Clinics will provide valuable information to help crop producers and agribusiness professionals improve...

New range and forage specialist appointed at UNL Panhandle R&E Center

Dr. Mitchell B. Stephenson will join the faculty at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Panhandle Research and Extension Center next spring as a range and forage management specialist. His...

Ranching for profitability meetings at eight sites in January

The changing beef industry will be the focus of Nebraska Extension’s annual “Ranching for Profitability” meetings in January at eight sites around Nebraska: O’Neill, Ainsworth, Broken Bow, Grand Island, Brady, Mullen, Valentine and Kimball....

Panhandle Extension staff receive 2014 Extension Awards

Several Nebraska Extension staff from the Panhandle District have received statewide or national recognition for their accomplishments. The Broadband Planning Team, which includes Extension Educator Connie Hancock of Sidney, received the Institute...

Thomas Hovorka

Tom Hovorka, 81 of Chappell and a former Sidney resident, died Sun., Dec. 14, 2014 at the Regional West Medical Center in Scottsbluff. Cremation has taken place and there is no visitation at the... Full story

2014 SIDNEY-BRIDGEPORT WRESTLING INVITATIONAL - Robb claims title as Raiders finish 3rd

Freshmen don't generally embark on their high school athletic careers with lofty thoughts of spectacular seasons. First-year Sidney High School wrestler Derek Robb is no different. As this season...

Creek Valley boys, girls sweep Banner County

It may be a little misleading to consider that a Dane McConnell layup early in the first quarter gave the Creek Valley Storm a lead it would never relinquish. While the Storm boys were never headed...

WEEKEND BASKETBALL ROUNDUP - Sidney boys drop road game at Fort Morgan

FOR THE SUN-TELEGRAPH The Sidney Red Raiders may have started the winter break a little too early as a flat second half sealed their fate at Fort Morgan, Colorado with a 61-50 loss to the Mustangs. The Raiders played the Mustangs to a draw over the...

 
 
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