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Eye to Eye Good for Sheridan

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair attended a program recently on Eye to Eye, an organization that helps children who have learning disabilities. Today, Blair steps out of her role as reporter, and shares her thoughts about the organization.

Student Art Show Opens

A reception for the art students of Sheridan College will be held today in the college's Martinsen Art Gallery.

Ranchester Sets Liquor License Hearing

Ranchester's Town Council meeting will begin tonight with a hearing on an application of Bernard Food Group LLC for a liquor license for the corporation's East Street Restaurant.

Seminar Topic: What Stops You From Going Forward?

Family Counselor Lynn Gordon of Sheridan will talk about “Your Edges: What Stops You From Going Forward?” at this week's Brown Bag Seminar.

Free Tax Help Offer Expires

Volunteer tax preparers with the American Association of Retired Persons or AARP helped 225 residents of Sheridan this year, with their taxes.

A Look Back in Time: April 15, 1914

The Taylor-Custer PTA will meet tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. M.S. McGoogan at 2:30 o'clock.

Perry Hulse is having his home on West Loucks street repainted.

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Johnson County Recognized As 'Storm-Ready Community'

Chris Jones, with the National Weather Service Office in Riverton, came before the Johnson County Commissioners at their last meeting to present them with the designation as a “Storm-Ready Community.”

Council Passes 'Compliance Plat' Ordinances On Second Read

Buffalo's City Council passed two Ordinances on second reading designed to define a “compliance plat” and then explain how it changes city code.

School Board Accepts Resignations at Meeting

Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees had their second of three meetings Monday night and accepted the recommended resignations brought before them by the district's administration.

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