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July 2nd, 2014

Judge Hears Arguments in Case Against School District

Attorneys for the Sheridan newspaper and Sheridan County School District 2 presented arguments before District Court Judge William J. Edelman Wednesday morning on the newspaper's claim that the school district has violated state open meetings laws.

Expect the Unexpected at Jentel Presents

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You just never know what to expect when you walk through the doors of the “Jentel Presents Artists in Residency” Program.

Held monthly, the Jentel Foundation gives their the current artists in residency at Jentel the opportunity to present their different art forms.

KBJ Board Rezones Clear Creek Building

A usage change of a former school building in Buffalo has prompted a rezoning change. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

July 1st

Commissioners Deny Quarry

Sheridan County commissioners unanimously voted against a quarry request after hearing more than two hours of protests from county residents.

Sheridan Mayor Kinskey Senate Nominee

Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey was one of three candidates nominated Tuesday night to fill the senate seat vacated last month by the death of John Schiffer.

A Look Back in Time: July 2, 1914

The Sheridan Stampede is off to an auspicious start today with a parade at 11 o'clock.

County Receives Fire Mitigation Funds

Sheridan County has received more than $71,000 from the state to help property owners finance fire mitigation projects.

Commissioners Set Meeting for Candidate Selection

Sheridan and Johnson county commissioners will meet jointly within the next few days to appoint a new state senator to fill the District 22 vacancy.

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Sheridan Community Blood Drive

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United Blood Services and Sheridan Fire-Rescue have teamed up to host a blood drive this afternoon in Sheridan. According to a media release from UBS, there is a critical need for type-O-negative and type-O-positive. Walk-ins are welcome, however, appointments are strongly encouraged.