SIDNEY-At 7 p.m. on Saturday, February 22, Nashville recording artist and Western Nebraska native Justin Kane will bring his high-energy show to the Sidney High School Performing Arts Center. Kane's performance will include country songs, southern rock, modern day hits, empowering originals, and a special tribute to our veterans. Justin served nine years in the U.S. Navy and was deployed to the Persian Gulf twice.
R.J. Vandygriffis an award winning singer j songwriter, playwright and actor, not to mention a pretty darn good cowboy. On February 22, he will present "The Cowboy Ain't Dead Yet," a one-man musical comedy about the most fascinating character to ever ride across the pages of history, the American Cowboy! Joe Texas dispels the rumor that the cowboy is a dying breed. Through songs, stories and poems, Joe will share the true story of the cowboy, not the Hollywood version. It's a show not to be missed! Joe sings, twirls a rope, plays harmonica, banjo, guitar and even throws in a few dance steps.
Bridgeport, Leyton and Bayard schools all had the privilege of sending students to the High Plains Band and Choir Honor Festival on February 3rd and 4th in Chadron at the
The year 2020 marks the 10th anniversary of National Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention month. What began as a week of awareness and prevention in 2006 expanded in 2010
Two exciting new programs are coming to the Bridgeport Public Library. With the popularity of the ongoing Fiction Club, which meets the second Tuesday of the month at 6:00 p.m.,