Many believe that Memorial Day weekend signifies the beginning of summer, a kickoff to summer if you will. Sheridan County Museum Director John Woodward says that it is tradition for that Saturday and Sunday to also be the Museum’s summer kickoff.

On Wednesday night, Normative Services reported that some of their resident juveniles had run away. According to Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Allen Thompson, the juveniles were caught and returned to NSI.

On Monday, a Dayton City Employee discovered what appeared to be a pipe bomb on city property. Lt. Allen Thompson with the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office said that once on scene, a deputy confirmed that the device looked like a pipe bomb.

The Trail End Historic Site will be open earlier and stay open a little later for Memorial Day weekend.

Johnson County's Commissioners are looking at possibly leasing lands they own near the county airport.

Until next Wednesday, new, unused and unneeded shoes that still have some life left in them can be donated and benefit the St. Francis Animal Shelter in Buffalo during their last week of their shoe drive to raise funds for the rescued dogs and cats that are housed at the no-kill shelter.

The Town & Country Garden Club of Buffalo will be having their popular annual plant sale this Saturday in Buffalo.

Lola Pheasant, with the garden club, tells us more about the sale.

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 May 25, 1917.

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