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March 21st, 2017

Jentel Presents at New SAGE Gallery

This month's Jentel Presents will be 5:30 till 7:30 p.m. on April 4 at the new SAGE Gallery Space at 21 W. Brundage St. in downtown Sheridan.

Commissioners Approve Signing CMAQ Award Documents

Johnson County's Commissioners voted to approve Chairman Bill Novotny to sign the award documents for the county's Congestion Mitigation Air Quality, or CMAQ, dust abatement contract.

Marilyn Novotny Approved For Board Reappointment

Marilyn Novotny was approved for a re-appointment to the Child Support Authority Board by the Johnson County Commissioners at their Tuesday meeting.

Buffalo Council Approves Pool Board Recommendation

Buffalo Pool Board to allow Nicole Nicholson to run the concessions shack at the outdoor pool for the coming summer season.

A Look Back in Time: March 22, 1917

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on March 22, 1917.

Kobza Says School Finance Bill Will be Significant

Marty Kobza, who's superintendent of Sheridan County School District 1, says the impact of House Bill 236, the school finance measure approved during the past legislative session, will be significant.

District 1 Trustees Work on Strategic Plan

Trustees of Sheridan County School District 1 continue to place emphasis on teachers as the facilitators of education, and technology as a tool that teachers use, as they work on the district's strategic plan for learning.

Kendrick FFA Chapter Presents Program at Meeting

Students from Sheridan High School's John B. Kendrick FFA Chapter presented the program at Tuesday's meeting of the Ag & Natural Resources Committee.

Commissioners Sound Off on Mead’s Veto of Gun Bill

Last week, Governor Matt Mead vetoed House Bill 137 that would have allowed residents to bring a concealed carry firearm into government meetings. Sheridan County Commissioner Terry Cram had this to say regarding the veto.

Settlement Agreement Proposed to Resolve Disabilities Act Claims from 1994 Lawsuit at Montana State Prison

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Recently, attorneys for prisoners with disabilities at the Montana State Prison and the state of Montana filed a proposed settlement agreement that will ensure the prison will be in greater compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.