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  • Sheridan Rotary elects officers
    The Sheridan Rotary Club announced their officers for the 2018-19 Rotary Year. Beginning July 1 at a recent meeting.

    Dale McCullough will serve as president with Steve Armfield as vice president, Connie Pearson as secretary, Glenn Hunsucker as treasurer, Steve Martin as director-at-large, Scott McCullough as ex-officio director, Clifford Biddle as director-at-large and Fred Sturdevant as president-elect.
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  • Marleta Beth "Marty" Goodnight-Faucett

    Marleta Beth "Marty" Goodnight - Faucett, 81, passed away Sunday, Feb. 11, 2018 at her home in Sebring, Fla.

    She was born Jan. 3, 1937 to the late Berford and Anna Mae (Cox) Goodnight.

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  • The last three weeks has found JBS United and Price Heating exchanging the top spot in the league.
    On June 19, those teams battled each other for the top position. JBS United pitchers Sam Gibbons and Richard Reddick had good nights at the horseshoe courts but not good enough to defeat the mother and son combo of Susan and Mitch Dwigans, putting Price Heating on top again.
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  • Drive sober or get pulled over. That's the message drivers should take to heart this weekend when there will be sobriety checkpoints around Hamilton County.

    About 750 people are convicted of an impaired driving offense annually in Hamilton County a lone, and nearly 100 of those are repeat offenders. In 2015 in Hamilton County, for example, the State filed 732 cases of operating while intoxicated. Of these, 106 drivers had prior convictions for operating while intoxicated within the last five years.

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  • Traffic Q&A with Sgt. John Perrine

    If you get a ticket driving somebody else’s car who is responsible?

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

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  • The Indiana Department of Revenue is reminding taxpayers that data thieves don’t take a summer vacation. In fact, summertime tends to be a favorite period for tax scammers, as many individuals are awaiting a response from DOR or the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) after filing their tax returns.

    Tax scammers try to get individuals to disclose personal information, such as their Social Security number, account information and/or passwords. Scams often come through as phone or email scams, however social media may also be used to target victims.

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