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Trees for Trash Brings 'Em to Landfill

More than 150 people had come to Sheridan's Municipal Landfill by shortly before 10 a.m. Saturday, bringing loads of household and other trash to exchange for eastern red cedar trees in this year's Trees for Trash event.

Volunteers Clean Up Along Pathways

Volunteers picked up trash along city pathways starting at the M&M Center in Whitney Plaza in Sheridan's first Community Clean Up Day Saturday morning.

Deadline Approaching for Juried Photography Show

The deadline for photographers to submit their work for the SAGE 3rd annual juried photography show is only a few days away. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Fulmer Library to Present Program on Railroad History

On Wednesday, the Sheridan Fulmer Public Library will host railroad expert and historian James Ehernberger. According to Library Coordinator Christina Schmidt, the program will feature history that dates back as far as the 1880’s.

Trees for Trash and Community Cleanup Day

Trees for Trash and the inaugural community clean up day will take place Saturday in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Annexation Ordinance Passes Second Reading

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The Sheridan City Council at their most recent meeting approved an ordinance on second reading that annexes a little over an acre of property that is located near the intersection of College Avenue and Washington Street.

SPD Looking to Fill Vacancies

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The Sheridan Police Department currently has four vacancies that they would like to fill in the near future.

County Allocates Funding For TW Road Project

Johnson County's Commissioners approved a Resolution at their meeting Tuesday that will set aside roughly $650,000 in county money to finalize the amount needed for the upcoming TW Road Industrial Road Project (IRP).

Interapt Owner Meets With Buffalo VIPs

The owner of a Kentucky-based technology company was in town this week for a number of meetings with city leaders and representatives from local business, education, and other areas to discuss the possibility of expanding into Buffalo.

The Carnival is Here

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Perfect weather helped the local Kalif Shriners kick off the first of its kind carnival on Thursday, with everything you’d expect to find: the rides, games, and food. Shriner Joe Schwartz explained.