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People invited to bring along dogs for Lake Minatare hike
Hike with Hounds is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. on Aug. 25, beginning at the park's lighthouse. Organizers that that in addition to the hike, tips will be provided for people to safely hike with their dogs various parks and wildlands.
Sterling, Logan County upcoming events - Aug. 13 - Aug. 15
Legal Self-Help Clinic— 2 to 5 p.m., Sterling Public Library, 420 N. 5th St. Via computer link, for parties without an attorney. Walk-ins welcome, volunteer attorneys will assist one-on-one. Everyone will be helped on first-come, first-served basis.
Local's guide to low back pain a 'philosophical treatise'
Tom McCroskey, a semi-retired chiropractor now living in Sterling, has published a book on "Spinal Decompression."A self-described expert on the therapy used in chiropractic to treat low back pain, McCroskey explains that his book does more than explore the treatment, which he describes as intermitt
Meeting Addresses LB840 Concerns, Questions
The question before voters is “Shall the City of Sidney establish an economic development program by appropriating annually from local sources of revenue only, namely the presently existing sales and use tax, the amount of $300,000 each year for 10 years as well as any grants, donations or stand and
Quinton's stay with Gramma and Grampa
This week I'm providing a possible viewpoint of my grandson, Quinton, who stayed with us recently...
Crooked Stave brewery plans return to Old Town Fort Collins
Crooked Stave was approached by Brinkman, the developer of The Exchange, about the homecoming.
'Country Fans and Cattle Brands' highlight parade
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Local royalty represent Kimball and Banner Counties regionally
Nicole Delaplane ofKimballand Mckynna Deeds of Dix are your 2018KimballPRCA Rodeo Royalty. Kicking off this year's long road ahead, the young ladies started with a bang in the 2017 Farmers' Day parade, giving horse back rides at Gotte Park and followed up the rainy evening with the Demo Derby.
Sterling Police Department investigates pedestrian hit and run
At 4:36 p.m. Meagan Deborah Gohson, 34, of Sterling, was arrested in the 500 block of Marigold St. on two counts of violation of a protection order.
A new chief in town
Clerk Deb Forbes swears in Ellie Soper as "Chief for a Day" as Sterling Police Chief Tyson Kerr looks on. (Courtesy photo)The Sterling Police Department got a new boss Tuesday, as Elennah "Ellie" Soper was sworn in as "Chief for a Day."The program is used to benefit the American Red Cross; the depar
Rec Center opens late for parade
The outdoor pool at the Recreation Center will be open Saturdays, Sundays, and Mondays through Labor Day, Sept. 3rd. The hours for the outdoor pool on those days are: 1 to 6:30 p.m.
Breaking ground on fishing area - South Platte Sentinel
Parks, Forestry and Cemetery Superintendent Jamie Ulrich cuts out Russian olive trees in the area where the city of Sterling is looking to develop a youth fishing area on their river bottom property Thursday, Aug. 2.
The lumbodorsal fascia - South Platte Sentinel
The lumbodorsal fascia is a broad, flat piece of connective tissue which spanning the lower back which is dynamized by the abdominal muscles in such a way that it forms a natural lumbar support (brace) supporting the lower back. When the abdominal muscles contract, they are attached to this broad lu
South Platte NRD July 2018 Board of Directors Meeting
On Tuesday, July 10, 2018 the South Platte Natural Resources District (SPNRD) Board of Directors (Board) held their monthly meeting at 5:00 p.m. at the South Platte NRD Conference Room (551 Parkland Drive Sidney, NE).
Be safe on the roads as school resumes - South Platte Sentinel
RE-1 Valley School District students will resume classes Wednesday, Aug. 15, Peetz and Fleming begin classes the next day and Merino students will be back in school Monday, Aug. 20.
Public Record — Aug. 7
6:23 p.m. — At the Scotts Bluff National Monument entrance on Old Oregon Trail Road, Joseph Shetler, 70, of Milford, Indiana, was involved in a collission. Shetler’s vehicle sustained $3,000 in damages. Damage, estimated at $2,000, was caused to the entrance gate. Shetler was cited on a charge of dr
Sterling, Logan County upcoming events - Aug. 11 - Aug. 13
Stroke Survivor Support Group— 10 a.m., SRM community room, Rehab entrance. Jeanette, 522-4129.
ACE funds used to build permanent tribute to veterans
Flag poles now stand tall awaiting their flags inKimball's Gotte Park. This project has been two years in the making, and is funded by approximately $8,000 in ACE returns.
Kimball Schools excited for the coming school year - welcome students back enthusiastically
School will begin on Friday, Aug. 17, at 8 a.m. and will end at 1 p.m., on that first day. Monday, Aug. 13, will be the first full day starting at 8 a.m. and ending at 3:35 p.m.
Kimball's 10U team took third this season
For five of the girls this was their first year of softball, and though the season started off as a learning opportunity, it quickly turned into much more.