Kay Roush who is the senior vice president of operations at First Federal Savings Bank and branch manager of the bank's Coffeen Avenue office in Sheridan is the newest member of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.
Retiring earlier this year after seventeen years as principal at Sheridan High School, Dirlene Wheeler began what she has called the “Grand Adventure.” For the next year, she will be traveling the countryside in a pick-up camper with her husband Neil. We decided to follow Dirlene to see where the trail leads her. This week, Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott found her in the Silver State of Nevada.
Dave Simonsen, Director of the Kaycee/Buffalo/Johnson County Economic Development Joint Powers Board (KBJ/JPB), approached the Johnson County Commissioners for help in funding a needed remodel to the kitchen at the old Clear Creek School Building.
Buffalo High School Student Council President Matt Scarlett brought a request before the city council at their Tuesday meeting to allow the school to have a Homecoming Parade on Main Street later this month.
The Fifth Annual Oktoberfest is coming up this Saturday in Buffalo. Executive Director Angela Jarvis said the event, which will be held in Crazy Woman Square in downtown Buffalo from noon until 6 in the evening--has attracted local and out-of-state brewers.
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