Sheridan County

Groundbreaking Set for New Covered Ice Arena

Ground will be broken on March 1 for a new covered ice rink in Sheridan.

Police Find Two Rifles

Sgt. Tom Ringley of the Sheridan Police Department released an announcement today saying that two rifles had been found on Saturday at separate locations in Sheridan.

2014 Sheridan County Year in Review: 3rd Quarter

Today we continue our 2014 Year in Review for Sheridan County with a look back at some of the top stories covered during the third quarter.

Senior Center to Celebrate New Year at Noon

Sheridan's Senior Center will celebrate the new year with a New Year's Eve at Noon party on Wednesday.

A Look Back in Time: Dec. 30, 1914

Notice was sent to the sheriff's office this morning that a woman was seen wandering around in a demented condition.

Nurses Talk About Pre-Natal Care

Pregnant women can protect their babies against three serious but preventable diseases with a single vaccination, according to two Sheridan nurses.

Game Official: Control Dogs, Turkey Season Ends

Local game official Bud Stewart says winter presents a hardship for many wild animals because they’re forced to forage for food.

Foundation Director Details Hospital History, Projects

Local business leaders received a brief review on the history of the Sheridan Memorial Hospital during a recent public meeting, presented by Ada Kirven, the executive director of the hospital foundation.

Semi Rear-ends Car Near Sheridan

A collision between a semi-truck and a car closed one lane of traffic and sent two people to the hospital Monday morning.

Sculpture Damaged in Crash

An on-loan sculpture in Sheridan's public arts program was damaged when a driver lost control of an SUV on Sunday night.

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