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  • New doctor coming to Sheridan

    Riverview Health is pleased to welcome Dr. Annette Fearnot to Riverview Health Physicians.

    Dr. Fearnot will be seeing patients at Sheridan Family Medicine. She specializes in preventive medicine and well-care for women and children. She is trained in basic skin procedures, Nexplanon and IUD placement. 

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  • Warren E. Stowers, 85, passed away at his home in Sheridan Thursday morning, Aug. 16, 2018 surrounded by his loving family.

    Born June 5, 1933 in Sheridan, he was the son of the late Gurnie Basil and Edith M. (Clampitt) Stowers.

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  • Since the Sheridan Horseshoe League was rained out a couple of times, the members had to play catch up this week. Instead of their normal 10 win night they had a couple of 10 win nights!

    Price Heating recaptured the league lead by winning 18 of the 20. JBS United moved into second by winning 16 of 20, eight of which were against Traditional Concepts knocking them out of first and into third place.

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  • Soil @ Water helps supply food

    The Hamilton County Soil and Water Conservation District partnered with local organizations to grow more than 200 dwarf tomato and pepper plants for the summer produce donation program.

    “These plants will continue to grow in their 2-gallon containers and HCSWCD will provide free technical assistance via text messaging throughout the year," said Andrew Fritz, HCSWCD Urban Agriculture Conservationist.

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  • Traffic Q&A with Sgt. John Perrine

    Can a police officer be on private property watching for speeders?

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

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  • According the 2018 College Completion Report released by the Indiana Commission for Higher Education today, more Hoosier students are graduating college than ever. In addition, on-time college completion rates are improving across all four and two-year public campuses statewide, and extended graduation rates are increasing at most Indiana public campuses.

    “It is encouraging to see Indiana’s significant progress in moving the needle on college completion,” said Indiana Commissioner of Higher Education Teresa Lubbers. “These successes are a direct reflection of the hard work happening at public campuses across the state, as well as the support of the General Assembly.”

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