Archive - 2015 - News

December 21st

Elementary School Students Learn to Write Computer Codes

Look back a few decades, and staying after school meant some form of punishment. But for children in Sheridan County School District 2, staying after school these days means a chance to participate in exciting programs. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the story on one of them.

Library Looking at 'Perfect Storm' in Funding Losses

As Sheridan Media has reported earlier, county officials are tightening the belt on spending as they brace for a decline in revenues from the state in the coming year. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has details on how anticipated financial shortfalls will affect the county's library system.

70-Plus People Visit Museum On Closing Weekend

The Sheridan County Museum was a busy place over the weekend, with more than 70 people stopping by for a last look at exhibits before the facility closed for the winter.

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Buffalo Council Accepts Homeland Security Grant

Buffalo's City Council has accepted a Homeland Security Grant in the amount of just over $75,000 at the request of Police Chief Jason Carder.

Johnson County Releases Reclamation Bond For Gravel Pit

Johnson County's Commissioners have released a reclamation bond for the Irvine Gravel Pit, acknowledging that the pit has finished the reclamation process and returned the site to its pre-pit condition.

A Look Back in Time: Dec. 21, 1915

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Dec. 21, 1915.

Celebrating the Tuba

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It was standing room only in the atrium of the Sheridan Holiday Inn Saturday, for the annual Tuba Christmas. A world-wide event, this year marked the 42nd annual event as the low brass instruments were upfront and center stage.

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They’ve guarded and greeted visitors as they enter Kendrick Park for decades. Placed at the park’s entrance in 1919, they’ve been shot at, stolen, and Sheridan’s harsh winter weather has taken it’s toll on them.

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