This week's Bank of Sheridan / sheridanmedia.com Poll Question deals with proposed changes in the state's drop out age. Two Sheridan legislators shared their thoughts on some of the drawbacks that come with reducing the drop out age from 18 to 16.
The Sheridan Chamber of Commerce has released its 2012 Images Sheridan County Magazine. Sheridan Chamber Executive Director, Dixie Johnson, says this is the fourth year that Journal Communications has put this together.
The City of Sheridan is moving forward with a special improvement district for the Sheridan Commercial Park, as the Council this week approved a resolution showing the City's intent on creating the SID.
About 30 freshmen at Sheridan High School along with several upper-classmen signed “We Are the Change” pledges Thursday during their lunch hours, promising to abstain from drugs and alcohol in and out of school.
There has been a lot of discussion leading up next week's legislative session about changes to the state's retirement system. Representative Rosie Berger says that probably isn't going to be happening anytime soon.
Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder reported to the city council Tuesday night that his department will begin a new program within the next month similar to the Amber Alert System, but with some significant differences that will help the small department in activating it.