Archive - Dec 12, 2011

Design Standards and Guidelines Workshop

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Consultant with AECOM Cameron Gloss.

The City of Sheridan Planning Commission hosted a public workshop Monday night where consultants with Russell + Mills Studios and AECOM took feedback on standards and guidelines revisions to the City's entryway corridor ordinance. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has more.

SCSD2 Meets With Legislators For Annual Forum

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Rep. Rosie Berger

Members of Sheridan County School District 2 met with Sheridan area legislators Monday night for their annual forum held prior to the legislative session in January.

It's Almost Time for Tuba Christmas

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It's Almost Time for Tuba Christmas

It once again time for Tuba Christmas in Sheridan as this year is the eleventh annual and is open to all tuba, baritone and euphonium players of all ages. Interested musicians are asked to register this Saturday at 9:15 am at the Sheridan High School Band Room.

Jodi's Heart Tour of Houses is Thursday

Jodi's Heart Tour of Houses is Thursday

Jodi's Heart in Sheridan is having their tour of houses this Thursday. CEO Jodi Smith says that the tour will incorporate a number of their group homes in the community as well as their center.

Holiday Reality Check: Toy Safety

Not exactly a safe toy for kids.

The Consumer Producer Safety Commission reports more than 140-thousand children across the country wound up in E-Rs last year because of toy-related accidents, and 13 children died.

Priceless View - Price's House

If you're passing through Dayton do it in the evening so that you can enjoy the lights and decorations at 506 Main Street. Michael and Dorothy Price have done it again this year for all to view. Drive by and see if you think any of the "Chamber Bucks" should be headed their way in the Dayton Christmas Decorating Contest.

Police Issue 13 MIPs at House Party

Sheridan Police issued 13 Minor In Possession of Alcohol citations and one citation for Furnishing Liquor to Minors Sunday night after responding to a house party on the 50-block of Bellevue Avenue.