Johnson County Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly came before the county commissioners at a recent meeting to notify them she intends to bring back a training program that is required by Homeland Security for compliance at the local level for future qualification of Federal funding through FEMA/Homeland Security.
A two-vehicle crash on 11th Street in Sheridan west of the intersection with Main held up traffic early Thursday night. At least two ambulances and a fire truck were on scene, according to a witness report, along with a tow truck and police cars.
The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce “Get Caught Shopping” campaign kicked off last Saturday and will take place during the next two Saturdays, the 13th and 20th. Chamber CEO Dixie Johnson said that the first Saturday of the campaign was a success.
Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott continues the story of the days following the Pearl Harbor attack. Ninety-one year old survivor Mel Heckman was sent to a hospital in the United States after receiving burns from a bomb. We pick up the story after Heckman returns to Pearl Harbor, two weeks later.
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