Sidney native honors firefighters


Former Sidney resident Gregory Stockton-Bolden, of Pleasanton, Calif., front row center in checked shirt, poses in Fairfield, Calif., with Northern California firefighters from the Napa Valley area that was recently devastated by wildfires. Bolden, a former public affairs producer for KNTV/NBC in San Jose, is the son of Bradley Bolden, of Fairfield, Calif., and Sylvia Hudson, of Sidney. Drizzling rains in the Napa Valley area have given the firefighters a much-needed break from tragic fires that have destroyed thousands of acres in Northern California and claimed more than 42 lives. Bolden said, “It was an honor to stand beside a group of men who are willing to risk their own lives for the sake of others and the preservation of wildlife.”


Former Sidney resident Gregory Stockton-Bolden, of Pleasanton, Calif., front row center in checked shirt, poses in Fairfield, Calif., with Northern California firefighters from the Napa Valley area that was recently devastated by wildfires. Bolden, a former public affairs producer for KNTV/NBC in San Jose, is the son of Bradley Bolden, of Fairfield, Calif., and Sylvia Hudson, of Sidney. Drizzling rains in the Napa Valley area have given the firefighters a much-needed break from tragic fires that have destroyed thousands of acres in Northern California and claimed more than 42 lives. Bolden said, “It was an honor to stand beside a group of men who are willing to risk their own lives for the sake of others and the preservation of wildlife.”

Former Sidney resident Gregory Stockton-Bolden, of Pleasanton, Calif., front row center in checked shirt, poses in Fairfield, Calif., with Northern California firefighters from the Napa Valley area that was recently devastated by wildfires. Bolden, a former public affairs producer for KNTV/NBC in San Jose, is the son of Bradley Bolden, of Fairfield, Calif., and Sylvia Hudson, of Sidney. Drizzling rains in the Napa Valley area have given the firefighters a much-needed break from tragic fires that have destroyed thousands of acres in Northern California and claimed more than 42 lives. Bolden said, “It was an honor to stand beside a group of men who are willing to risk their own lives for the sake of others and the preservation of wildlife.”
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/10/web1_Firefighters.jpgFormer Sidney resident Gregory Stockton-Bolden, of Pleasanton, Calif., front row center in checked shirt, poses in Fairfield, Calif., with Northern California firefighters from the Napa Valley area that was recently devastated by wildfires. Bolden, a former public affairs producer for KNTV/NBC in San Jose, is the son of Bradley Bolden, of Fairfield, Calif., and Sylvia Hudson, of Sidney. Drizzling rains in the Napa Valley area have given the firefighters a much-needed break from tragic fires that have destroyed thousands of acres in Northern California and claimed more than 42 lives. Bolden said, “It was an honor to stand beside a group of men who are willing to risk their own lives for the sake of others and the preservation of wildlife.”

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