The Army Corps of Engineers Omaha District will be hosting a public meeting in Sheridan this week regarding the Sheridan Ecosystem Restoration Project. City of Sheridan Engineer Lane Thompson gives us some history on what the project entails.
You can’t vote, buy cigarettes, serve on a jury or even get married until you turn eighteen, but you can drop out of school at sixteen prompting this week’s Bank of Sheridan/Sheridan Media Poll Question which asks:
The One-Percent Committee in Johnson County has given their recommendations to both the county commissioners and the Buffalo City Council, allocating $1.35 million in fiscal year 2015/16 and $1.25 million in FY2016/17.
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