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  • Good Samaritans offer a lot for Thanksgiving

    The Good Samaritan Network of Hamilton County, in collaboration with the Sheridan Rotary Club, is sponsoring a free Thanksgiving Day meal in the South Room of the Sheridan Community Center at 300 E. 6th St. in uptown Sheridan.

    The meal will be held on Thanksgiving Day and the serving line will be open from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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  • Virginia Maude (Goff) Paddack, 83, of Benton, Ky. and formerly of both Byrdstown, Tenn. and Sheridan, passed away Saturday morning, Nov. 17, 2018 in Calvert City, Ky.

    Born Aug. 14, 1935 in Boxley, Indiana, she was the daughter of the late Clarence Vernon and Donna (Burtron) Goff-Lee.

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  • After a season-opening loss to a powerful Western Boone team that would roll through the season undefeated, the Sheridan Blackhawks football team won seven straight en route to an 8-3 final record.
    Sheridan finished the season ranked in the top 10 in Class A polls.
    It wound up being a true defensive struggle in driving rain as the Monroe Central Golden Bears ended Sheridan's season in the sectional finals by a score of 8-0 in a rematch of last year’s season-ender.

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  • The Hamilton County Community Foundation awarded three Community Pillar Awards. Recipients were honored for their work in education, juvenile justice and tourism and were given $5,000 each to grant to a Hamilton County not-for-profit of their choice:
    Judge Steven R. Nation of Hamilton County Superior Court awarded $5,000 to Hamilton County Youth Assistance Program, an early intervention program for at-risk youth and their families.
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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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  • The Indiana Department of Revenue and the Internal Revenue Service (warn of fraudulent e-mails impersonating either revenue agency encouraging individuals to open files corrupted with malware.

    These scam e-mails use tax transcripts as bait to entice users to open the attachments. The scam is particularly problematic for businesses or government agencies whose employees open the malware infected attachments, putting the entire network at risk. This software is complex and may take several months to remove.

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