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College Arena Opens This Fall

Sheridan College Arena -- Photo Provided

Students and faculty involved in the rodeo program at the local community college are becoming excited about the arena and large-animal facility opening in October.

Election Results Become Official on August 27

The state elections office reminds voters that the results for Tuesday's Primary Election will be released soon after the polls close, but the election does not become official until later in the month.

Grace Anglican Holds Back to School Blast, Splash

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For some families, it can be a financial strain on the family budget when it comes to starting a new school year. There's school supplies and tennis shoes and school clothes and hair cuts and the list goes on.

Program Features Music Therapy

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A presentation on music therapy was held in the Inner Circle of the library on Saturday. Local music therapist, Michele Folster explained what music therapy is, its history, and who it can help, but she says you have to experience it to understand it.

Where are the Volunteers?

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CHAPS, the acronym for “Children, Horses, and Adults in Partnership,” an equine assisted therapy program held a volunteer training session Saturday. The only problem...no volunteers showed up.

Staff Updates, Cloud Peak Rezone on Council's Agenda

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The Sheridan City Council will consider a request to rezone 2.6 acres of property in the Cloud Peak Ranch subdivision in northwest Sheridan.

A Working Man's Car Show

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The 5th annual “Absaroka State Takeover” Car Show was held Saturday in the Whitney Plaza. Scott Stalick coordinated the event and tells us what this car show is all about.

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Local District Implements Suicide Prevention Act

The 2014-15 school year is about to begin for Johnson County and the time has come to implement one of the education bills passed in February's state legislative session.

Dayton Mayoral Candidates Discuss Sales Tax

Two of Dayton's three candidates for mayor came out in support of Sheridan County's optional one-cent sales tax at a forum recently.