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May 6th, 2014

First High School Graduates Three

Sheridan voters braved a blizzard on a January day in 1924 to select the site of a new high school for the city.

CHAPS Event Draws 100 People

Sherry Osthoff, left, and Sue Stevenson won the first and second pre-recorded races Saturday - both with the Number 4 horses. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Pony buck bets and a chance to win a genuine MO'Neigh were among the highlights of CHAPS' Day at the Derby Saturday night.

Commissioner Maier Runs Again

Though the filing period to run for office doesn't open until May 15, we've now learned that all three Sheridan County commissioners who's term is up are running for re-election.

Primary Election Filing Period Set

Secretary of State Max Maxfield -- Courtesy Photo

Secretary of State Max Maxfield is reminding potential candidates that the filing period for federal, state, county and municipal offices nominated at the Primary Election is May 15-30.

May's Muffin Mondays Help Orphans

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Looking for a great way to start your week? It's “Muffin Mondays in May” and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott brings us this story.

May 5th

A Look Back in Time: May 6, 1914

Twenty-two teams gathered at the City Hall this morning and at 8 o'clock were sent to the city's various wards to begin “Clean-Up Day.”

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Union President Delivers Contract Proposal

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Sheridan Firefighters IAFF Local #276 Union President George Neeson negotiates with the City Council on a new contract for the firefighters. (Photo by Ron Richter)

Negotiations for a collective bargaining agreement between the City of Sheridan and the local firefighters union continued Monday night at the City Council meeting.

VIN Inspections Discussed at Joint Meeting

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Members of the Sheridan City Council and Sheridan County Commission continue to meet to work on issues of mutual interest. (Photo by Ron Richter)

Clarification on who would handle vehicle identification number inspections was the topic of Monday night's meeting between the Sheridan County Commissioners and the Sheridan City Council. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has the story.

Classical Music Concert Offered Wednesday In Buffalo

Katie Calcamuggio. Photo credit: Piatigorsky Foundation

An evening of classical music featuring mezzo-soprano Katie Calcamuggio and John Elam on piano will be presented Wednesday, May 7 at 7pm at the Buffalo High School Auditorium.