Archive - Jul 11, 2013 - News

Councilwoman Smith Changes Plea in Circuit Court

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Sheridan City Councilwoman Shelleen Smith changed her plea to guilty Thursday in Sheridan County Circuit Court.

SMH Urgent Care Project Receives Generous Gift

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation has announced that they've received a $105,000 gift from the Herbert G. and Dorothy Zullig Foundation.

Preparing for the Street Dance

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Sheridan Police Chief Richard Adriaens

Some have called it the Mardi Gras of Sheridan. Were of course talking about the street dance that takes place in downtown Sheridan following the Rodeo performances Friday and Saturday nights.

Free and Discounted Rides Home From Rodeo

Free and Discounted Rides Home From Rodeo (Photo by Chris Foy)

The Sheridan Police Department has announced that, once again, the Free Ride Home program will be in full swing in downtown Sheridan on Friday and Saturday nights. Vans will be stationed at the barricades on North Main and Alger Streets beginning at 9:30 p.m.

Mayor Kinskey Addresses Fluoridation

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Mayor Kinskey Addresses Fluoridation (Photo by Chris Foy)

In January of 1945, Grand Rapids, Michigan became the first city in the world to increase the levels of fluoride in the municipal water supply. The City of Sheridan will be next, as the city council voted in 2011 to join in with many other cities across the United States and fluoridate. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has the story.

Bicyclist Cited in Collision With Automobile

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Shortly after 9:30 Wednesday night, Sheridan Police responded to a report of an accident involving a bicycle and an automobile on the 400 block of Gladstone Street in Sheridan.

The Carnival is in Town

Isis and Jr. Sio anxiously awaiting the ride to start.

It might be Rodeo Week here in Sheridan, but when the rodeo is here, so is the carnival. Wednesday night was “Family Night” with discounted prices for rides and it was crowded.

Buffalo Council Approves Purchase Of Dump Truck

The Buffalo City Council, at their last meeting, approved the purchase of a dump truck, as requested by City Works Director Les Hook.

First Annual Kate Holt Memorial Swim Meet This Weekend

Kate Holt

For those that use Buffalo's outdoor pool, this weekend may find you at the lake or sitting in the creek somewhere to satisfy your need for a dip in the water, as the pool will be closed to the public for the First Annual Kate Holt Memorial Swim Meet.

Contract Awarded To Sampson Sheet Metal By Jo Co Comm

Johnson County's Commissioner's, at Tuesday's meeting, awarded the contract to provide heating and air conditioning service to the County's Annex A building to Rex Sampson and Sampson Sheet Metal of Buffalo.