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August 23rd, 2014

Story Might Have Been Wolfe

Long before Story, there was Piney Island.

Rain Doesn't Deter Final-Day Swim

Doug the lab enjoys a game of fetch at Kendrick Pool. ()Photo by Pat Blair)

Despite unseasonably cold, wet weather, some Sheridan residents still took advantage of a final chance to swim in the Kendrick Park pool on Saturday afternoon.

Hospital Holds Party for 5-year-olds

All 5-year-olds in the community are invited to the Sheridan Memorial Hospital Auxiliary’s Annual 5-Year-Old Birthday Party on Saturday, September 6, at the hospital.

Booster Club Raising Funds for Locker Room Project

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A shot of the boys locker room at Sheridan High School. (Photo by Ron Richter)

It's been nearly three decades since the current locker room area at Sheridan High School was designed and constructed. It was announced Thursday night at the parent meeting that followed the Sheridan Booster Club picnic, that the effort is underway to remodel and expand the locker rooms at the high school. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

August 22nd

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 23, 1914

The new fall silks are at Reed's in the Edelman Block on South Main Street.

Update: Letters Go Out to Write-in Candidates

Certified letters have gone out to three Sheridan and two Ranchester residents notifying them that they qualify to run for municipal offices in November.

Sheridan College to Host Math Boot Camp

The Sheridan College math department will host the annual Boot Camp workshop for math on Tuesday.

Vote Canvass Goes Smoothly

From left, Democratic Chairman Hollis Hackman, Election Clerk Brenda Kekich, County Clerk Eda Thompson, Republican Chairman Jesus Rios, as canvass begins (Photo by Pat Blair)

Chairmen of Sheridan County's Republican and Democratic parties joined Sheridan County Clerk Eda Schunk Thompson on Friday morning, to certify the results of Tuesday's primary elections.

Weekend Events Include Swimming, Theater, Music

A variety of different types of entertainment are offered this weekend in the local area. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Write-ins May Make November Ballot

Five people whose names were written in on the primary election ballots earlier this week will be offered spots on the ballots in November's general elections.