The first annual Town Clean-Up Day has been set for Saturday, April 27, just in time for the sesquicentennial celebration, which will be held the following weekend on the courthouse square. The clean-up day sponsored by Kick Start Sheridan will include volunteers helping with tasks like planting the six planters on the square and picking up trash and limbs.
Noble Impact is an education initiative that exposes students to relevant experiences that enable them to navigate a world defined by uncertainty with an entrepreneurial skillset and a public service mindset. It was founded on the belief that a difference can be made when students are put at the center of an equation, with a partnership between students, teachers and communities that aims to build a future where everyone can pursue their potential by improving the world for others.
Lonnie Duncan, 54, holds his grandson, Tyler Ferris, 18 months, as he stands between the two tractors he brought to the Central Arkansas Antique Machinery and Historical Society gathering. Duncan brought his 1937 John Deere B and his 1960 Ford 601.
Stephen L. Shirron, Chief Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for the 7th Judicial District, has announced his candidacy for 7th Judicial District Circuit Judge, Division 2.The 7th Judicial District encompasses all of Grant and Hot Spring Counties.The position is currently held by the Honorable Judge Eddy R. Easley, who is not seeking re-election.
A year ago, the Sheridan JROTC in collaboration with the Noble Impact program, started a tradition that is entering its second year – Doggo Day, a free dog adoption event, will be held at the Sheridan Recreation Center Dog Park on Saturday, April 20.
On Sunday, Jan. 6, a vehicle accident claimed the life of 21-year-old Hope Carter, a Sheridan High School graduate who was looked up to and beloved by those in the school district, as well as the community in general.