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A Look Back in Time: Jan. 31, 1920

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 Jan. 31, 1920.

Book Discussion Series Started at Libraries

The annual Claire Yorks Spring Book Discussion Series has started at libraries in Sheridan County.

Schiffer School Will Accommodate More Students

The new John C. Schiffer School building, site shown here, will have room for more students. (Slide courtesy of SCSD2)

The new John C. Schiffer Collaborative School building could be the answer to a current problem for Sheridan County School District 2.

Grants Play Important Role in School District 2 Funding

School District 2 Assistant Superintendent Mitch Craft talks about the importance of grants to the district. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Funds from grants play a really important role in the programming that Sheridan County School District 2 offers students in Sheridan and Story.

No School Friday in Sheridan

There will be no school in Sheridan or Story on Friday.

County Approves Lot Size Variance

An application for a variance from the minimum lot area zoning standards that would permit the reduction of a 1.24-acre parcel to a 0.96-acre parcel was recently approved by Sheridan County.

Trustees Vote to Replace Position, Extend Diorama

Sheridan County Library System trustees will replace the collection development librarian position and extend the stay of the Fetterman Diorama at the Fulmer Public Library in Sheridan.

Library Christmas, New Year Closures

The Sheridan County Library System will be taking a few days off in the coming weeks to observe the Christmas and New Year Holidays.

Mayor: We Need to Remember Our History

Mayor Miller talked about the need to remember history during ceremonies to honor deceased veterans Saturday. (Photo by Pat Blair)

We need to remember our history and teach our youth what has happened in the past.

Craig Johnson Christmas Stories at the Libraries

Local Author Craig Johnson will be back at the Sheridan County Library System Branches very soon to read his annual Christmas piece.

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