NEWS

SHS offers aid to students through SHS Clothing Boutique

Sheridan High School has always made an effort to make sure all of its students have access to their basic needs such as clothing, shoes, toiletries, etc., but over the last year counseling staff and local community and business partners have taken the initiative to the next level to ensure …

City looking at solar roof for Recreation Center

Bailey Mclver, solar national account manager at RoofConnect, and Josh Meyer, national account manager at SolarConnect, presented the Sheridan City Council an overview of installing a new solar roof at the Sheridan Recreation Center for a more sustainable city at the council meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 6.

Tull to enforce mobile home ordinance

Tull City Council voted Monday, Feb. 5, to cite Aaron Moorehart on 12 counts of allegedly violating Ordinance 99-02 by continuing to allow occupied camper(s) to remain on property designated as a Mobile Home Park on Cedar Street after being given until Jan. 18 at the January Council meeting to …

Sheridan Clean City Task Force takes on Adopt-A-Street program, clean-up days

Keeping Sheridan clean is the mission of the Sheridan Clean City Task Force.

Mobile postal unit operating in Sheridan, limited services available now

The Sheridan Post Office facility has been temporarily closed since receiving extensive damage during an early morning storm on Jan. 12. Services have been temporarily rerouted through nearby post offices since that time, but some services will now be available in Sheridan through a mobile unit.

Sheridan Schools’ efforts towards retaining more bus drivers paying off

Driving 2,600 miles within 622 square miles, may seem like a lot. Add in transporting 1,900 students to five schools within the Sheridan School District per day, and it quickly sounds challenging.

Prattsville Waterworks requests customer help with inventory survey

What’s your water line made of, Prattsville Waterworks asks.

County awaiting quorum court appointment, Pruitt recommends Damron

Grant County is currently awaiting an official appointment from the governor to fill the vacancy on its quorum court following the resignation of former JP Grant Westmoreland.

Clement, Overton join CASA

You can give a child hope by being a Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA).

Late-game heroics not enough for Jackets

With 2.2 seconds left in the fourth quarter and the Sheridan Yellowjackets trailing by three points, Noah Romine sank a shot from the perimeter that would send the game to overtime. In that overtime period, Sheridan was not able to stem the momentum of the Hot Springs Trojans in an …

Mobile postal unit operating in Sheridan, limited services now available

The Sheridan Post Office facility has been temporarily closed since receiving extensive damage during an early morning storm on Jan. 12. Services have been temporarily rerouted through nearby post offices since, but some services will now be available in Sheridan through a mobile unit.

Winter storm slows cleanup

In the third week of 2024, a winter storm descended on Grant County. While the anticipated accumulation of snow was significantly less than forecast, the sustained, low temperatures caused minor issues in Sheridan and the county as a whole.

Storm hits Sheridan post office, damage temporarly closes office

The Sheridan Post Office sustained extensive damage to its roof during an early morning storm on Jan. 12. Due to the damage the United States Postal Service has temporally suspended operations at the 313 South Oak St. location.

GCSO to purchase tracking dog

Grant County will soon have its own tracking dog to be used by the Sheriff’s Office. The purchase of the tracking dog is being made possible by public donations, which will cover the $10,500 cost.

Mayor Nattin speaks on goals for 2024

"The biggest goal I'd like to see for Sheridan is long-range planning," said Sheridan Mayor Cain Nattin when asked what he sees for the new year.