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Senator, Mayor Share Thoughts About Da Vinci's Horse

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The unveiling ceremony of “Leonardo’s Horse”, an 8-foot bronze of Leonardo Da Vinci’s famous horse sculpture, was held Thursday in front of the Downtown Sheridan Association building in Sheridan.

The Cost of Curbside Recycling

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We conclude our series today on the City of Sheridan’s newly implemented curbside recycling program with a look at the $3 charge that residents are paying to have their recyclables picked up at their homes. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Farmers Market is Hitting its Mid-Season Stride

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Thursday’s weekly Sheridan Farmers Market was especially busy with all the activities going on downtown.

Application Submitted for TSA Reinstatement

Now that commercial air service has been assured for the Sherdan County Airport, Airport Manager John Stopka says work has started to reinstate federal security at the facility in Sheridan.

Ryan King Takes First Place Honors in Steak Cook-Off

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The Blue Ribbon Steak Cook-Off was held outside Frackelton’s last night during the 3rd Thursday Street Festival and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there as the chefs were strategically warming up for the competition.

Residents Thrilled with Da Vinci’s Horse

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The unveiling of the 8-foot bronze of Leonardo Da Vinci’s horse sculpture was held Thursday in front of the Downtown Sheridan Association building, kiddy-corner from the courthouse in Sheridan.

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County Beginning Proceedings To Abandon Stock Trail

The Johnson County Commissioners have authorized the county attorney's office to proceed with the necessary paperwork to abandon a portion of an unused stock trail west of Kaycee.

'Pinocchio' To Be Presented This Weekend In Buffalo

Creekside Performing Arts will present their version of the classic children's story “Pinocchio” tonight and Saturday night at Buffalo High School.

Johnson County Schools Start Monday

This weekend is the last hurrah of summer vacation for students in Johnson County, as schools will welcome them back on Monday to begin their 2015-16 school year.

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