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Conservator 'Highly Recommends' That Lion Dogs be Inside

A Colorado conservator with expertise in Asian art, says he “highly recommends” that the lion dogs at the entrance to Kendrick Park be placed in an indoor setting to stop them from deteriorating.

Dayton to be Focus of History Talk

The early days of Dayton will be the focus of the next Conversations in History program at Sheridan's Senior Center.

County Looking At Possible All-New Airport Road

Johnson County's Commissioners, the Airport Board, and Road and Bridge are looking into the possibility of improving Airport Road from North Main Street to the airport itself.

Leadership Johnson County Deadline Thursday

Leadership Johnson County's second class will begin in January of 2016, but those interested in taking the course need to register to assure a spot in the class, and that deadline to sign up is Thursday, December 31st.

Johnson County's 2015 Year In Review: July-September

Over the next few days we will be taking a look back at the top stories for 2015 that happened in Johnson County.

Today we will focus on the third quarter of the year, from July through September of 2015.

A Look Back in Time: Dec. 30, 1915

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 Dec. 30, 1915.

Tips for Planning Next Year’s Vacation

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Dirlene Wheeler was a recent visitor on our news talk show Public Pulse. Sharing her adventures during her recent year-long travel across the country with her husband Neil, she offered these travel tips for those planning vacations this next year.

Liz Cheney Discusses Book She Co-Wrote With Father Dick Cheney

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In September, Liz Cheney and her father, former Vice President Dick Cheney, released their third book that they’ve written together titled, “Exceptional: Why the World Needs a Powerful America”.

Polar Bear Plunge Set for Friday

The Polar Bear Plunge has become an annual New Year’s Day tradition, where those brave enough take a dip into the icy waters of Lake DeSmet to welcome in the New Year.

Christmas Tree Disposal

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The City of Sheridan has several drop-off sites around town where those looking to dispose of their Christmas trees can do so. City Solid Waste Manager Charles Martineau explains what should, and shouldn’t be dropped off at the green waste dropsites.

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