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  • Rotary and friends ready to travel

    Annually for the past several years the Sheridan Rotary Club, in cooperation with S&S Travel from Fort Wayne, has offered people a chance to get out and see interesting attractions across Indiana and throughout the Midwest. These bus trips range from one day to multi-day adventures. They have always been well received and this year should be no different.

    June 16 kicks off our travel season with a one-day mystery trip that promises to be fun. There will be lunch along a river, a stop for a sample of jumbo sweetness and an exciting culinary event. But best of all, it will all be a mystery which adds to the excitement. 

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  • Mary Grace (Stafford) Holmes-Pickett

    Mary Grace (Stafford) Holmes-Pickett, 88, Sheridan, was called home Tuesday, March 13, 2018.

    She was born Nov. 19, 1929 to the late Bernard and Flavia (Rector) Stafford in Sheridan.

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  • For the second time in the last week, Sheridan gave No. 4 Frankton all they could handle. And, for the second time in the last week, the Blackhawks came up on the short end.

    Frankton (22-3) erased an early deficit Friday night to defeat Sheridan (11-12) 72-63 in a semifinal game in the Class 2A Sectional 40 bracket at Lapel. Senior Ange Gnamkey scored a game-high 24 points on 8-of-13 shooting for Sheridan, who was unable to hold on to a first-quarter lead. The Blackhawks jumped out to a 15-14 advantage after one, but the Eagles used a 19-16 second quarter to take a two-point edge into the half. 

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  • Growth is nothing new in Hamilton County. But the creation of nearly 1,500 new jobs is big news, even here.
    GEICO, one of the fastest-growing automotive insurers in the U.S., announced plans today to expand its operations in central Indiana, creating up to 1,474 new jobs by the end of 2022. 
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  • Traffic Q&A with Sgt. John Perrine

    Am I required to slow down and move over for a tow truck on the side of the road?

    Click here to see what Sgt. John Perrine says . . .

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  • The Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) is encouraging Hoosiers to plan ahead for weather events as part of Severe Weather Preparedness Week, March 18-24.

    “While many parts of Indiana continue to experience flooding and damage from February, the arrival of spring historically brings a greater threat of severe weather in the region,” said IDHS Director Bryan Langley. “Severe Weather Preparedness Week provides a great reminder of the risks facing Indiana and the steps Hoosiers can take to prepare now – before the storm hits.”

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