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January 7th, 2014

Poison Expert Says Carbon Monoxide Can Kill

Michael wasn't exactly sure why he felt so bad. He though he had the flu or food poisoning.

Sheridan Media Has Three People Up for Community Awards

Three people from Sheridan Media have been nominated for this year's Chamber of Commerce leadership awards.

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January 7th

Airport Grant Certificate to County Commission

A Certificate of State Grant-In-Aid for the construction of a taxilane and fro preliminary apron earthwork at the Johnson County Airport will be discussed and signed by the County Commissioners at their Tuesday meeting.

Lobban/Fetterman Redevelopment on Buffalo Council Agenda

Travis Lawrence with the Vision Buffalo Commission is scheduled to come before the Buffalo City Council at their Tuesday meeting to discuss a proposed redevelopment in the Lobban/Fetterman area of Buffalo.

Buffalo Senior Center Seeks Input For Future

The Buffalo Senior Center has put out a call to the community for input on how they need to change to provide the services to Buffalo's senior citizens in the future.

Councilman Dominguez Resigns

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It was a year ago that Levi Dominguez was sworn in as councilor for ward 3 in Sheridan. Monday night at the Sheridan City Council meeting, Dominguez informed his colleagues that he'd be stepping down so that he can put more focus into his career.

City's Halfway Through Snow Removal Budget

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The Sheridan City Council Monday night received an update from Public Works Director Nic Bateson on the amount of time and effort street crews have put in trying to keep up with what has been an unusually busy winter season.

SEEDA to Market Their Property

The Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority, or SEEDA, will soon release a Request for Proposals for real estate brokers to market property owned by the joint powers board.

A Look Back in Time: Jan. 6, 1914

Here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to one hundred years ago, Jan. 6 of 1914, as reported by the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper.