A free Christmas dinner will be offered again this year by the Union Congregational Church and the American Legion Post #13 in Buffalo Christmas Day.

Buffalo's City Council officially declared a vacancy on the council at their meeting Tuesday night, due to the recent death of councilman Russ Humphrey.

The declaration is the first step in filling the position left by Humphrey that has two years remaining on the seat's term.

The school board for Johnson County School District One, at this month's regular meeting, discussed and then voted to table decisions on policy revisions concerning district employees administering medications to students, paid leave for employees, and an update to their sexual harassment policy.

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 Dec. 21, 1916.

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair attended an event in Sheridan Tuesday night. Here are the details.

The Sheridan Area Water Supply will share the cost of replacing a 16-inch water line under Little Goose Creek.

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation held the annual breakfast for its employee partners Tuesday morning.

Sheridan’s City Engineer, Lane Thompson, was on hand at the last Sheridan City Council meeting, to present a Declaration of Emergency Project regarding the Sixteen Inch Creek Crossing.

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