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November 18th, 2014

Business Attracts Potential Buyers

Several people are already expressing interest in buying Sheridan Iron Works.

Library Explores Interest in Read-to-Pets Program

Christina Schmidt is exploring community interest in a program that uses dogs to help children become better readers.

Dining for Cause Raises Near $12K

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More than 470 people were served Monday at Frackelton's in Sheridan for the Dining for a Cause event, raising $11,600 for the Sheridan Senior Center. Pictured from left are Rindy West, Ada Kirven, Carmen Rideout, Kim Love, Craig Showalter, Bernie Spielman, Dave Youngren, Bob Grammens, Cole Evans and Cody Davey. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Tuesday 11-18-14

SHS Locker Project, Tyson Emborg and Terry Burgess / International Survivors of Suicide Day, Cal
Furnish and Wendy Bruso

Commission Takes Action on Several Items

The Sheridan County Commission approved the following at today's meeting:

Public Welcome to School's American Indian Celebration

The students of Tongue River Elementary School in Ranchester will be celebrating Native American Culture week, which is Nov. 19-25, by learning how the Indian people lived.

November 18th

Generals play at home tonight / Cowgirls open with a blow out win / Pokes back in action tonight

SC BASKETBALL - The Sheridan college Generals get back on the court tonight at home against an all-star team at 7:00 it starts of good week of action as they head to Casper for a tournament this weekend, Head coach Matt Hammer.

Next week the Generals are at home during the annual Lions club tournament then the following weekend they will also play a home tournament December 5th and 6th.

And Hammer says the season is still very new and the players are still working on chemistry issues.

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Liquor Licenses, VOA On Agenda For Jo Co Commission

Johnson County's Commissioners will have their second regular meeting of November this morning, and will work through a light agenda.

Buffalo Chamber Lunch Features News From YMCA

This month's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Luncheon will give those attending an opportunity to find out the latest happenings at the Johnson County Family YMCA.