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New coat

City council approves water meter fix

Tuesday night’s meeting of the city council discussed a water meter reading system. Ed Sadler, city manager, brought to council’s attention a pilot water program with Landys and Gyr that has been unsuccessful in allowing the city to read both...

Man arrested for assault on an officer, pleads to lesser charge

A Denver man who was arrested last week by Sidney police plead guilty to a reduced charge in County Court Thursday. Sidney police officers arrested 33-year-old Justin Lane, on Monday after he attempted to run from law enforcement. According to the...

New coat

Making the most of cooler temperatures, Karla Morlock gives a dock door of the Cash-Wa distributing building in Sidney a new coat of Cash-Wa's signature blue...

Teaching good boys to be great men one adventure at a time

Local Boy Scouts gathered at the Lodgepole Valley Youth camp Tuesday to sign up for the new year. Nearly 20 boys and their parents signed up at the event, which is part of a drive to offer scouting...

Wayt DUI case bound over to District Court

Mark Wayt, 55, of Fort Collins, Colo., had a preliminary hearing Thursday on two felony charges that were bound over to District Court. According to a press release from the Cheyenne County Attorney’s Office, the preliminary hearing was held...

 
 
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