Archive - 2012 - News

April 25th

It's Humans V. Zombies at SC

In an effort to let go of stress accumulated throughout the semester, more than fifty Sheridan college students are playing a week-long, tag-like assassin game.

Johnson County Library's Art In Bloom Now Through May 9

The fourth annual Art In Bloom Fundraiser for the Johnson County Library is in full swing and bids on the silent auction items will be taken through May 9th.

Bids Opened On Crazy Woman Square Revitalization Project

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery hosted the bid opening for the Crazy Woman Square Revitalization Project Tuesday afternoon at Buffalo's City Hall, reviewing the three seperate bids received.

Keystone Seniors Honored Tomorrow

The Sheridan Senior Center is hosting the 2nd Annual Keystone Awards at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds at 6 PM Thursday.

April 24th

Locals Volunteer To Spruce Up Buffalo's Downtown

Last Saturday, April 21, The Buffalo Downtown Association’s Missy Anobile organized the clean up and planting of the flower boxes on Main Street.

FEMA Says Be Prepared for Severe Weather

Last year at this time the central and southern United States was being ravaged by one of the largest tornado outbreaks in U.S. history.

First Light Celebrates Week of the Young Child

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This is Week of the Young Child, which is an annual celebration sponsored by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. First Light Children’s Center Executive Director Ann Perkins.

Checking In With Occupied Sheridan

The Occupy Sheridan movement had a comparatively strong showing at Grinnell Plaza over the weekend, with at least six participants picketing the downtown area.

National Prescription Drug Take Back Day is Saturday

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The Sheridan Police Department will once again be taking part in National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, which is scheduled for this Saturday, April, 28th. SPD Evidence Technician Steve Johnson explains how the initiative works.

State Agencies Need to Prepare for 8% Cuts

With the price of natural gas hitting a ten year low recently at $2.00 per million cubic feet, Governor Matt Mead has asked that all state agencies, with the exception of the Department of Health, prepare for 8% cuts to their budgets for fiscal year 2014.