Archive - May 21, 2019

Food Group Celebrates with Open House, Ribbon-Cutting

A ribbon-cutting was part of the Food Group's open house Tuesday. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The Food Group, which provides weekend meals to children in Sheridan County, celebrated the non-profit organization's new location on Broadway Street with an open house and ribbon-cutting Tuesday.

Buffalo Council Passes 2020 Budget on First Reading

Buffalo's City Council introduced and passed on first reading the Ordinance adopting the annual appropriation, or budget, for the coming 2020 fiscal year.

Little Goose Water District Officially Dissolved

The Little Goose Valley Water District was officially dissolved by the Sheridan County Commission in action taken during their regular Tuesday meeting.

Foundation Grant Helps Feed Children in Johnson County

A program in Johnson County designed to help feed schoolchildren on weekends has received grant funding that will help them expand the program.

Math Trainer Has High Expectations

Math Trainer Jeff Mowry's job is to teach teachers at School District 2. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The traditional way of teaching math is by rote and memorization.

Volunteers Wanted to Help Mark Graves

Volunteers will be needed at Sheridan's Municipal Cemetery Friday to help locate and mark the graves of those who have served in the military.

Hazel Stewart

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Vannie “Hazel” Stewart, 89, of Sheridan, passed away on Tuesday, May 21, 2019, at the Westview Health Care Center.

Online condolences may be written at
Kane Funeral Home has been entrusted with local arrangements.

Tuesday 05-21-19

Veterans Golf Tournament / Clearmont Historical Group Auction

Trail End State Historic Site Memorial Day, Summer Hours

The Trail End State Historic Site will be open over the long Memorial Day weekend and they will change to their summer hours of operation shortly there after.

Ignite Conference Thursday

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce will be hosting their 5th Annual Ignite Your Business Professional Development Conference at Sheridan College on Thursday.