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Final Downtown Farmers Market of the Season

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The last Farmers Market of the year was Thursday. The vendors were there as well as the faithful customers. Averaging over 30 vendors each week, Market Manager Zoila Perry said it was another successful year.

Early Childhood Symposium Starts

The two day Early Childhood Symposium got started around lunch time Thursday in the Atrium of the Sheridan College Whitney Academic Center. Michelle Sullivan, Coordinator for the event, explains what the purpose for the symposium is.

Sheridan City Council Will Hear Two Staff Updates at Monday’s Meeting

On Monday, the Sheridan City Council will have their first regularly scheduled meeting of October. Mayor John Heath explained that they will hear staff updates from two separate departments.

Project Lead the Way and Sheridan College

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Wednesday we told you about Project Lead the Way, which is a new national initiative within Sheridan County School District Two that is the nation’s leader in STEM education curriculum.

Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City to Host Economic Forum in Sheridan

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The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Denver Branch, will host an economic forum in Sheridan Wednesday at 5:30 pm at the Historic Sheridan Inn.

First Lotus Awards to be Presented Friday

Kim Love and Lynne and Pete Simpson will be the inaugural recipients of Lotus Awards to be presented Friday night at the WYO Theater in downtown Sheridan.

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 29, 1916

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 Sept. 29, 1916.

Roundtable Discussion Held at Sheridan College

On Wednesday night, community members from several different organizations gathered in the atrium of the Sheridan College Whitney Academic Center for a roundtable style discussion about the future of higher education in Sheridan County. Dr.

Hospital Board Approves Video Monitor Purchase

Sheridan Memorial Hospital trustees Wednesday approved purchase of new equipment for the operating room for about $250,000 more than originally planned.

Chamber Has Coffee at Dayton Mercantile

Members of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce enjoyed coffee and sweet treats and exchanged ideas at the Chamber's monthly get-together at the Dayton Mercantile in Dayton Wednesday morning.

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