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When People Magazine Calls . . . Answer

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Last October, I was shopping at a store in Two Rivers, Wisconsin, when my cell phone rang.  I answered it.

“This is Caitlin Keating of People Magazine. I . . .”

“No, I don’t want any,” I said, and hung up. 

AARP Provides Help With Taxes

David McClintock estimates that volunteers with the American Association of Retired Persons, known as AARP, will help about 250 residents of Sheridan County fill out federal income tax forms this year.

Homeless Student Numbers Fluctuate

As many as 15 students attending classes in Sheridan County School District 2 this year may be homeless.

Reception Planned for Local Artist Exhibit

The paintings of a local artist are on display this month at the library in Sheridan.

Getting Started with Your Vegetable Garden

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There's nothing like the taste of home-grown veggies, but how do you get started? Landon's Greenhouse held two free workshops on Saturday, one focused on herbs and the other on planning a vegetable garden.

Gun Show Draws Crowd

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The Exhibition Hall at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds was full with both guns and gun enthusiasts this past weekend. Vendors from all over the region were on hand for the biennial Wyoming Sportsman Gun Show.

This Week's Poll Question

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For those that have some Irish in them or those that wish they had a little bit of Irish blood, St. Patrick's Day is coming right up, next Monday, the 17th. St. Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland and St. Patrick's Day celebrates the day he brought Christianity to Ireland.

A Look Back in Time: March 10, 1914

Fire early this morning destroyed the long building owned by Charles Fuer in the restricted district on Grinnell avenue.

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Burritt Street Construction Permits Finalized

Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven reported to the city council that he has acquired the last construction permits or easements for the Burritt Street Construction project, which is scheduled to begin this spring.

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