Downtown Sidney gets scary


Branson Woolley, 4, of Sidney, son of Ashley Walker and Brian Woolley, came dressed as a little old lady for Sidney Alives’s Fall Festival costume contest Saturday, Oct. 13. The contest was held on the courthouse steps.

Branson Woolley, 4, of Sidney, son of Ashley Walker and Brian Woolley, came dressed as a little old lady for Sidney Alives’s Fall Festival costume contest Saturday, Oct. 13. The contest was held on the courthouse steps.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Anna Beil, left, hands candy to Iver Girod, 1, as his mom, Raana Thayer, watches in front of The Spot Saturday, Oct. 13. Downtown businesses were handing out candy as part of Sidney Alive’s Fall Festival.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Branson Woolley, 4, of Sidney, son of Ashley Walker and Brian Woolley, came dressed as a little old lady for Sidney Alives’s Fall Festival costume contest Saturday, Oct. 13. The contest was held on the courthouse steps.

Anna Beil, left, hands candy to Iver Girod, 1, as his mom, Raana Thayer, watches in front of The Spot Saturday, Oct. 13. Downtown businesses were handing out candy as part of Sidney Alive’s Fall Festival.

Branson Woolley, 4, of Sidney, son of Ashley Walker and Brian Woolley, came dressed as a little old lady for Sidney Alives’s Fall Festival costume contest Saturday, Oct. 13. The contest was held on the courthouse steps.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/10/web1_SDN101518FallFest1.jpgBranson Woolley, 4, of Sidney, son of Ashley Walker and Brian Woolley, came dressed as a little old lady for Sidney Alives’s Fall Festival costume contest Saturday, Oct. 13. The contest was held on the courthouse steps. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/10/web1_SDN101518FallFest3.jpgLuke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Anna Beil, left, hands candy to Iver Girod, 1, as his mom, Raana Thayer, watches in front of The Spot Saturday, Oct. 13. Downtown businesses were handing out candy as part of Sidney Alive’s Fall Festival.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/10/web1_SDN101518FallFest2.jpgAnna Beil, left, hands candy to Iver Girod, 1, as his mom, Raana Thayer, watches in front of The Spot Saturday, Oct. 13. Downtown businesses were handing out candy as part of Sidney Alive’s Fall Festival. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News