A ribbon-cutting and open house for the Sheridan Senior Center's new Day Break facility is set for Monday afternoon.

The Johnson County Sheriff's Department will be getting a new patrol vehicle to replace one lost in an “altercation” with a cow late in 2015.

Engineer Brent Bennett with Nelson Engineering of Buffalo, was asked to give an update on the Fetterman Pathway portion of the Lobban Avenue reconstruction project to the city council at Tuesday's meeting.

A change order for Buffalo's Lobban Avenue reconstruction project was approved by the city council at Tuesday's meeting.

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Post newspaper on Nov. 3, 1916.

For several months, the Sheridan Police Department has been undergoing an overhaul. The remodel is intended to help improve several aspects of the department according to Police Chief Rich Adriaens.

Throughout November, the Sheridan County Historical Society and Museum will host several programs. Tidbit Saturday and Casual Conversations in history are among the continuing programs and History Express is a new program for ages 11-18, that will debut this month.

Ed Boone serves as Sheridan’s Community Service Officer. He is employed through the Police Department and mainly handles animal control but he also does some code enforcement. Boone said one of the main issues of late, has been dogs and cats at large.

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