New fire chief sworn in


Sidney’s new Fire Chief, Chad Hollinger, center, of Sidney, raises his right hand as he is being sworn in by Sidney City Manager Mark Cundiff, while his wife, Beth Hollinger, holds the Bible. Hollinger has been with Sidney’s Fire Department since in 2003. Hollinger replaces Brad Jones, who has retired from the department on Nov. 10. Hollinger was sworn in on Wednesday, Nov. 11.

Sidney’s new Fire Chief, Chad Hollinger, center, of Sidney, raises his right hand as he is being sworn in by Sidney City Manager Mark Cundiff, while his wife, Beth Hollinger, holds the Bible. Hollinger has been with Sidney’s Fire Department since in 2003. Hollinger replaces Brad Jones, who has retired from the department on Nov. 10. Hollinger was sworn in on Wednesday, Nov. 11.


Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

Sidney’s new Fire Chief Chad Hollinger, center, of rural Sidney, raises his right hand as he is being sworn in by Sidney City Manager Mark Cundiff, while his wife, Beth Hollinger, holds the Bible. Hollinger has been with Sidney’s Fire Department since 2003. Hollinger replaces Brad Jones who has retired from the department on Nov. 10. Hollinger was sworn in on Wednesday, Nov. 11.

Sidney’s new Fire Chief, Chad Hollinger, center, of Sidney, raises his right hand as he is being sworn in by Sidney City Manager Mark Cundiff, while his wife, Beth Hollinger, holds the Bible. Hollinger has been with Sidney’s Fire Department since in 2003. Hollinger replaces Brad Jones, who has retired from the department on Nov. 10. Hollinger was sworn in on Wednesday, Nov. 11.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2020/11/web1_SDN111320Hollinger.jpgSidney’s new Fire Chief, Chad Hollinger, center, of Sidney, raises his right hand as he is being sworn in by Sidney City Manager Mark Cundiff, while his wife, Beth Hollinger, holds the Bible. Hollinger has been with Sidney’s Fire Department since in 2003. Hollinger replaces Brad Jones, who has retired from the department on Nov. 10. Hollinger was sworn in on Wednesday, Nov. 11. Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News