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Sunday, February 28, 2021
THE GRANT COUNTY COURTHOUSE was covered in a blanket of snow during last week's record-breaking snowfall. The courthouse along with both school districts in the county and most other government offices and businesses in the area were closed most of the week due to the snowfall and dangerous roadway travels.

News
County, state see record-breaking snowfalls
It probably comes as no surprise that weather is the leading local story this week. Last week's inclement weather broke numerous wintry weather records including the most snow in a three day period and lowest ever recorded temperature since the National Weather Service (NWS) began keeping records for Sheridan in the 1970s.

Wednesday, February 24, 2021
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Ranchers, farmers struggle livestock care in winter storm
There is no doubt that the accumulation of snow can either be a welcomed sight or a cause for alarm - all depending on whom you ask. Those who can work remotely might appreciate the more relaxed environment and slower pace of a snow day - or week in our case.

Wednesday, February 24, 2021
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A Sheridan resident has been tapped to lead the new Saline County Career and Technical Center. Scott Kuttenkuler will be in charge of all the operations of the campus as the assistant vice chancellor

Wednesday, February 24, 2021
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Planning Commission gives recommendation for Taco Bell property zoning
The establishment of the new Taco Bell franchise in Sheridan has moved one step closer to becoming a reality as the Planning Commission has given its recommendation in regards to some zoning issues relating to the property.

Wednesday, February 24, 2021
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History of the criminal kind
The Sneed's, a family of Native American ancestry, settled in the Moccasin Corner Community of Grant County in the late 1860's. They formed an outlaw gang that operated in Mississippi, Oklahoma, Texas, and Arkansas following the Civil War.

Wednesday, February 24, 2021
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Planning Commission to consider rezoning for Taco Bell franchise
The planning commission will meet this Thursday, February 18 at 5:30 p.m. to consider changes to the zoning laws that would allow for a Taco Bell franchise to be constructed in the lots across from Sonic. Investors currently have two lots in town under contract

Wednesday, February 17, 2021
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Sports
SHS seniors sign with area colleges
Three local student athletes signed their letters of intent last week to compete at the next level in their sporting careers. Peyton Edwards, Jaden Willis, and Callie Holiman officially committed to their respective schools during a ceremony held at the Sheridan High School arena this past Wednesday, Feb. 3.

Wednesday, February 10, 2021
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Jackets fall to Lake Hamilton pick up win against White Hall
The Sheridan Yellowjackets suffered a heartbreaking defeat against the Lake Hamilton Wolves this past Tuesday, Feb. 2. The conference loss, which was the second time these two teams met this season, was a narrow one, with Sheridan losing 51-47.

Wednesday, February 10, 2021
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Lady Jackets have up and down week in conference play
The Sheridan Lady Jackets basketball team suffered a tough conference home loss against the Lake Hamilton Redwolves this past Tuesday, Feb. 2. The Lady Jackets were routed 67-28, a margin of almost forty points.

Wednesday, February 10, 2021
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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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