People who have been on the same Medicare prescription plan for four or five years are probably on the wrong plan.

If you are looking for a fun activity Friday and Saturday, look no further than the 5th Annual Born in a Barn event. This event, which takes place just four miles east of Sheridan on U.S.

Sunday morning, the Sheridan Fire-Rescue Department will be hosting a remembrance service for those that were lost in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Sheridan Fire-Rescue invites all local law enforcement, emergency medical technicians, and the public to attend the remembrance.

This week’s Bank of Sheridan, Sheridan Media-dot-com poll question pertains to finding a possible revenue stream to help the financial picture for Sheridan County.

After the Johnson County Commissioners approved $25,000 in funding for additional repairs at the YMCA at their Tuesday meeting, the Buffalo City Council then had their opportunity to discuss the issue at their meeting later that evening, where they also approved the YMCA using the unused 1% funds.

The Inner Circle of the library was filled to capacity Wednesday night as Mike Higgins, a teacher from Powell, gave a presentation on the Bicycle Corps of the 1890’s.

Sheridan firefighters collected more than $6.000 for the Muscular Dystrophy Association this year in a three-day drive that started Saturday morning.

Johnson County's Commissioners have approved the use of $25,000 of allocated but unused 1% funds for repairs at the city-owned YMCA building.

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