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May 8th, 2015

Keeping the Graduates Safe

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For nearly twenty years, Project Graduation in Sheridan has provided graduates a safe way to celebrate following graduation ceremonies. Project Graduation Treasurer Marcia Harper.

Commissioners Award Bid for Airport Project

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The Sheridan County Commissioners at their meeting this week awarded the Rehab Taxilane to Business Park Ramp project at the Sheridan County Airport to Simon Contractors. The lone bid from the company in the amount of $910,785 was 15 percent higher than the engineer's estimate.

Senator Enzi Testifies on Endangered Species Data Bill

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U.S. Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming testified this week at a Senate Environment and Public Works Committee hearing in regard to a bill that would ensure the federal government shares data on endangered species.

May 7th

Two Arraigned in District Court

Two Sheridan residents were arraigned on separate cases in district court in Sheridan on Thursday morning.

What to Do for Mother’s Day?

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Sunday is Mother’s Day and if you haven’t thought about getting or doing something for your mom, we sent Sheridan Media’s roving reporter out to the streets of Sheridan to see what other people were doing. Perhaps this will give you some suggestions.

New CASA Volunteers Sworn In

Brandy Nielsen and Aliesa Gill became the newest CASA volunteers in Sheridan County in a ceremony at 3 o'clock Thursday in the courtroom of District Judge John Fenn.

Sheridan College Commencement is Next Week

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Sheridan College’s 66th annual Commencement Ceremony will begin at 1 p.m. inside the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome on Saturday, May 16.

Sheridan Inn Inches Closer to Opening Day

With plans to open the doors of the historic Sheridan Inn on May 15 in place and reservations already being accepted, owner Bob Townsend came on to our news talk show Public Pulse to update the community on the newly renovated hotel.

Kinskey Discusses Constitutional Amendment, Capitol Square Project

A local senator gave his views on a potential amendment to the state constitution and the Capitol Square Project. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

School Board, City, County Looking To Protect Rec Funds

The Johnson County School Board, county commissioners and the Buffalo City Council are all on board for discussions and brainstorming sessions to look into how to keep funds allocated to the Johnson County Recreation District from possibly being lost to state government.