Johnson County

Sheridan College in Johnson County will begin offering classes involving Pinterest this Saturday and then again once per month through June of 2013.

Derek Andrews, Advisor at the Johnson County Campus, explains more about what Pinterest is.

The Sheridan Senior Center is hosting a series of current events discussions to give members of the community a chance to debate, learn, or vent their opinions regarding news headlines.

The Sheridan County commissioners have announced the county-wide fire ban will be discontinued as of 6 o'clock tomorrow morning.

Sheridan Fire-Rescue responded to a structure fire at LuLu's Cafe last night at about 11 o'clock. Jason Etchechoury, firefighter, EMT and investigator, explains what happened.

At their last meeting the Johnson County Commissioners discussed lot adjustments, road widths standards and similar planning issues with County Planner Rob Yingling.

The annual auction/fundraiser for the Johnson County Library will be this Friday at the library.

There will be another fun and interesting theme for this year's event, according to Library Director Cynthia Twing, who tells us more.

The annual Buffalo Monster March was Wednesday afternoon in Buffalo, and princesses, ghouls, football players and every sort of superhero and monster was out to collect their goodies downtown on Main Street.

Sheridan and Buffalo will both participate in “Movember” to raise awareness of men's health issues, to get people talking about them and most importantly, to get men to act on them and get their necessary tests and checkups to keep themselves healthy.

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