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Wednesday, January 20, 2021
CIRCUIT JUDGE STEPHEN SHIRRON swore in five members of the Grant County Quorum Court on New Year's Day at the Grant County Courthouse. Pictured are Circuit Judge Stephen Shirron and (group photo) Pat O'Bryan, Grant Westmoreland, Jimmy Easley, Mike Nevens and Mark Allen; (inset photo) Lisa Haber.

News
Judge Easley retires after over 30 years in law
Circuit Judge Eddy Easley has stepped down after eight years on the bench of the Seventh Circuit Court of Arkansas. Judge Easley, whose impressive legal career spanned 33 years, surprisingly told us that he didn't originally plan on practicing law.



Wednesday, January 20, 2021
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Sheridan School Board members recognized during first meeting of the year
The Sheridan School Board of Education met for its first meeting of the new year this past Monday, January 11. January is School Board Appreciation Month, and each of the board members were surprised with a special gift.

Wednesday, January 20, 2021
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State moves to next phase of COVID vaccination
The next phase of the vaccine rollout in Arkansas is set to begin this week. Phase 1-B, as outlined by the Arkansas Department of Health, includes seniors who are 70 years of age or older. Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson outlined this transition to Phase 1-B in his weekly press conference last week.

Wednesday, January 20, 2021
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Readers respond to Capittol melee
The year 2020 will forever go down as one of the worst years in modern American history. A global pandemic surged across the country, racial tensions soared after numerous controversial altercations between police officers and persons of color, and a divisive election threatened to tear the nation apart. As 2020 drew to a close, the hope was that 2021 would be a much better year.

Wednesday, January 20, 2021
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White returns to private sector of law
After serving for three years on the bench of the 33rd State District Court of Arkansas, Judge Emily White has returned to the private sector. White has joined the Little Rock Office of Caddell Reynolds Law Firm.

"Outside of family, working for the people of Arkansas occupies the largest portion of my heart, and has for 19 years. Whether in public service as a prosecutor, disciplinary counsel to the judiciary and a judge or working in private practice, my goal remains the same: work hard for each and every person I represent," White said in an email to the Headlight.


Wednesday, January 13, 2021
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Council awarded $180,000 CARES ACT grant
The Sheridan City Council gathered for its first meeting of the new year this past Tuesday, January 5. The meeting was held at the Sheridan Recreation Center so that social distancing could be observed. Sheridan Clerk/Treasurer Carrie Smith informed the council that the city had been awarded over $180,000 from the state's CARES ACT funding

Wednesday, January 13, 2021
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Sports
Lady Jackets ick up first conference win
The Sheridan Lady Jackets picked up their first conference win of the season in a dominating fashion, defeating the White Hall Lady Bulldogs 77-46 at home this past Tuesday, Jan. 12.

Wednesday, January 20, 2021
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Yellowjackets open conference play with tough loss
The Sheridan Yellowjackets opened up conference play with a tough 68-54 loss on the road against a very talented Lake Hamilton Wolves team.

Head Coach Joe Scott said that while his team matched up well on paper, the game was somewhat of a mystery heading in as it was the first taste of conference play for either team.

"We only had one player, Ethan Odom, that had ever received viable playing time in the competitive 5A South conference," Coach Scott explained "We tend to play a bunch of sophomores and juniors, those younger players that just haven't seen a whole lot of minutes against tough conference opponents. So we were anxious to see where we stand since we are the youngest and smallest team in the conference


Wednesday, January 13, 2021
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Lady Jackets fall to Star City Bulldogs
The Sheridan Lady Jackets suffered a tough loss in their second game of the season, losing 45-71 against a talented Star City team last Tuesday.

Wednesday, December 9, 2020
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Lady Jackets efeat Leoards
The Sheridan Lady Jackets (2-1) handedly defeated the Malvern Lady Leopards at home on Friday night with a final score of 71-26 .

Wednesday, December 9, 2020
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Indians' historic season continues
Prior to the 2020 season, the Poyen Indians had hosted one playoff game in its 11-year team history, while the high mark for wins was seven, set in 2014, and tied again last year.
After the Indians' 48-26 dismantling of the Dierks Outlaws (9-2) on the road on Friday, Nov. 20, Poyen reached 10 wins, improving to 10-1.


Wednesday, November 25, 2020
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Lady Indans fall to Glen Rose
Poyen's Kodee Batchelor(14) positions herslf in the lane for a rebound during the Lady Indians' 54-43 loss to Glen rose on Tuesday, Nov. 10

Wednesday, November 25, 2020
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