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Ambulance service strives to cut hospital transports

Sidney’s ambulance service is working to make fewer trips to the hospital by treating more people at home. “As we look at what’s happening from our federal government and down with healthcare, we have to change from taking care of sick people...

Road work

The city continues work on 10th Ave. On Thursday the city plans to begin pouring the west section of 10th Ave. between Newton St. and Linden St. During the next week the city will... Full story

Accident-fueled outages put electric system in question

After two unforeseen incidences that both took out power to portions of Sidney last weekend, city councilman Mark Nienhueser questioned the city’s electrical system. “It’s something all the time,” he said. “There is questions about the...

Well-read - Library celebrates end of summer program

Sidney Public Library's summer reading program this year encouraged participants to get excited about science. The program came to a close on Tuesday with awards and a special invention presentation... Full story

Community Calendar 07-23-14

Ongoing Ladies Chamber Farmers Market at Hickory Square every Saturday during summer (through Sept.) from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Any Vendors with produce or crafts are welcome! Contact Margaret Lienemann at 254-7343 for info. School Supplies Sign-up... Full story

Smart use of "variables" can lead to right answers for retirement

If you think back to your math classes in high school or college, you may remember that many of the problems involved the use of variables. Changing these variables around in any fashion would change the outcome of the problem. Similar situations...