Courtney Lawson is an registered nurse and oversees the operation of the House of Three residences in Sheridan. She says the goal is to provide a family atmosphere for clients. In this photo, she is taking part in an open house for the second home that was recently constructed.
Needra Hansen sat in the recliner, her glasses on but her eyes closed, a throw pulled up close to her chin. A sliver of bright sunlight slipped between the curtains and bathed the side of her face. A college basketball game played out on a big screen TV.
“Mrs. Hansen, you have a visitor,” the attendant said to her gently. Mrs. Hansen opened her eyes and inspected the intruder carefully before a smile came to her face. “Well, hello,” she said.
A millage increase for Sheridan School District was approved last year, and many patrons have asked when construction will start on some of the projects being paid for with the new money. In response, the Sheridan School Board shed some light on that question during last week’s board meeting as they discussed summer construction plans.
Clayton Vaden of Lewis Architects Engineers gave the update and said that five projects will happen this summer.
A heated discussion regarding subdivision regulations during the last Sheridan City Council meeting has local officials looking at the city’s nearly 50-year-old City Planning Program, which includes subdivision rules and regulations, to see if updates are needed.
Fire Chief Tim Stuckey brought the topic up during his monthly report at the March 7 Council meeting.
After years of dreaming, one local man decided to pursue his dream of becoming a professional fisherman. After only a couple of months as a pro, Grant County’s Dylan Hays is making waves, literally Wednesday, March 08, 2017
With the constantly developing technology of today’s society, students must learn not only the fundamentals of education like math, science and history, but also how to use and adapt to the ever changing technology. No longer is it just chess or drama or Beta clubs; now there are clubs to help students advance those technology areas such as the Sheridan Intermediate School’s Tech Club, where members are getting a look at the future and having fun doing it.