City Council Allows Variance Of Sign Ordinance

Business owner Mark Wilson brought an appeal of a decision made by the Planning Commission concerning a variance of the city's Sign Ordinance before the city council at this week's meeting.

Plan Now For Gatchell's Fall Gathering Fundraiser

The 24th Annual Fall Gathering Fundraiser to benefit the Johnson County Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum will be Saturday, October 14th, but those wishing to attend should plan on getting tickets sooner than later.

Native Americans Celebrated at Sheridan College

Native American food, music and dancing and presentations by representatives from various tribes marked the first Native American Day celebration at Sheridan College Thursday night.

Hospital Foundation Presents Check

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation this week presented hospital trustees with a check for more than $220,000, the final installment of the nearly $305,000 raised to upgrade the hospital's digital mammography equipment.

Native American Day at Sheridan College

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In the wake of racial slurs that were directed towards Native American students at Sheridan College, an education/awareness event has been planned for this evening at the College.

Senator Enzi Discusses Tax Reform

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As the United States Senate Budget Committee began consideration of the Senate’s budget resolution for fiscal year 2018, U.S. Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming and Chairman of the Senate Budget Committee, said Congress should focus on growing America’s economy through tax policies that put more money in the hands of hardworking Americans.

JCHC Looking At Cost-Saving Move For Waste Disposal

The Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center is looking at changing companies that provide medical waste disposal services for the facility that may cut their expenses for the services nearly in half.

Auditions Tonight, Saturday For 'Barefoot In The Park'

Buffalo's Creekside Performing Arts will hold auditions tonight and again on Saturday for their coming play, an adaptation of Neil Simon's “Barefoot In The Park.”

Work Starts to Replace Water Meters

Work has started to replace 9,800 water meters in the city of Sheridan and the Sheridan Area Water System, which is also known as SAWS.

Fire Prevention Week Starts Monday

Beginning Monday, Sheridan Fire-Rescue will take part in National Fire Prevention Week.

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