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Friday, September 20, 2019
Grant County Fair Parade
Grant County Fair Parade
The Grant County Fair kicked off festivities with the annual Fair Parade held in downtown Sheridan Tuesday, Sept. 17. The fair and carnival will continue through Saturday night with the rodeo set for Friday and Saturday evenings as well. For a complete schedule, see the schedule of events link below. (Photo by Byron Tate)

Local builders offer insight into hiring of code enforcement officer
It's more of a matter of if not when Sheridan will hire a code enforcement officer. That was evident from the mood in the room as several members of the Sheridan City Council, acting as the Public Safety Committee, met last week to consider the idea of hiring someone to oversee new construction and remodeling projects.

Wednesday, September 18, 2019
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News
Fairgrounds set to open in 2020
Grant County fairgoers can expect to see festivities at a different location in 2020. Officials tout that an area on Hwy. 167 will allow for not only a better experience, but also a bigger one

Wednesday, September 18, 2019
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Grant County Fair Schedule of Events
Saturday, Sept. 14 10 a.m. - Competition begins with Baby Queen 6 p.m. - Princess, Jr. Miss, Miss, & Mrs. Fair Queen & Talent Competition Sunday, Sept. 15 2 - 4 p.m..- Set up Educational booths-4H, FFA, School Monday, Sept. 16 1 - 8 p.m. - Set up Educational booths 1 - 8 p.m. - Set up Commercial Exhibits 1 - 8 p.m. - Enter All Home Economics Exhibits, Horticulture, & Field Crops 7 p.m. - Horse Halter Class

Wednesday, September 18, 2019
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Rash of thefts targeting unlocked vehicles
Lock your vehicle. That's the simple advice from the Sheridan Police Department in defending against a rash of thefts that have targeted several Sheridan neighborhoods. The list of "breaking and entering" incidents, at seven, was lengthier than average a couple of weeks ago. Then last week, there were 10 more. The thieves are showing up late at night or during the wee hours of the morning, and vehicle owners are discovering the culprit's (or culprits') handiwork in the morning

Wednesday, September 18, 2019
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Mass Flu Clinic set for Sept. 27
The inevitable flu season is fast approaching, and the Arkansas Department of Health is readying to provide its annual mass flu clinics across the state to help immunize Arkansans against the illness. Mass flu clinics will be held statewide over the next several weeks for the general public and through schools for school aged children, staff and faculty in preparation for this year's flu season.

Wednesday, September 18, 2019
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GCUCRC scaring up funds with second annual haunted house
Ghosts and goblins, zombies and monsters of all kinds...it's that time of year again...Halloween is just around the corner, and the Grant County Unified Community Resource Council is ready to bring on the scares with its second annual haunted house fundraiser

Wednesday, September 18, 2019
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Fall carnival set for Oct. 31 on courthouse square
Come one, come all...it's the Grant County Fall Carnival! With trunk or treating, games, entertainment, costume contests and much more, there's sure to be lots of fun! The Grant County Fall Carnival powered by Kick Start Sheridan Inc., will be held on the courthouse square on Oct. 31.

Wednesday, September 18, 2019
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Sports
Poyen takes its time but eventually puts Bismarck away
Brandon Sanchez caught the game-opening kickoff from Bismarck on Friday, swung around the right side, caught some nice blocks and didn't slow down until he stepped into the end zone. Most of the rest of the game would be more difficult for the Indians, but Sanchez would continue to churn out yards as he dodged defenders, and the defense would make several big plays en route to a solid 30-14 victory at home.

Wednesday, September 18, 2019
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Coach's Corner
Coach, nice game last night. It was a good crowd, on both sides of the field, and Bismarck came ready to play. You didn't really put them away until late so, the players had to stay focused for almost all 48 minutes. Give us your overall thoughts on how the night went.

Wednesday, September 18, 2019
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Sheridan hits ground running against Mountain Home and never looks back
RUSSELLVILLE - The Sheridan Yellowjackets put together one of its most complete performances, dismantling the Mountain Home Bombers in the process by a score of 33-7 and racking up stats that even surprised the coaches. The Jackets, playing on a clear, pleasant evening at Arkansas Tech Wonder Boys Stadium as a home game, started in with the run and pretty much kept it on the ground the entire game, picking up 379 yards in 44 attempts.

Wednesday, September 4, 2019
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Coach's Corner: Q and A with Sheridan Head Coach Lance Parker:
Q. Wow, great game last night. It wasn't perfect, but it was awfully close, certainly a very complete performance by your squad on opening night. Some really nice running plays, the TD pass, and a defense that was perfect. What were your thoughts: A. Offense: We had a good night offensively. They threw us a curve ball with some of their techniques. We were getting bear crawled inside, which is legal, but you don't see much. And getting chopped on counters and powers, which is not legal. We don't use our practice time to go over illegal stuff, but our line did a great job adjusting on the fly. I thought we threw with some poise when we had to. That was a rare performance in terms of production. 380 yards rushing is tough to do. I can only remember one other time in my career playing or coaching I have been a part of more rushing yards than that. After reviewing the film, it was quality execution from the line, fullback and ball carrier. It is great to watch the kids have that kind of success at what they have worked so hard at. We have to continue to develop as a passing team in order to balance out defenses.

Wednesday, September 4, 2019
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Poyen ties Jessieville in scrimmage
The Poyen Indians played to a tie with Jessieville last Tuesday night, but Head Coach Vick Barrett said he was pleased with his team's performance. The Indians got the ball three times and scored twice, and had it not been for a fumble, it would have walked into the end zone on that third possession as well.

Wednesday, September 4, 2019
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Sheridan Yellowjackets Golf girls, boys host two matches
The Sheridan Yellowjackets golf team hosted matches at the Sheridan Golf Club on back-to-back days on August 19-20. The Yellowjackets are led by Head Coach Russ Anglin.

Wednesday, September 4, 2019
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