Sea Perch teams heading to International Challenge

Robots... The word itself conjures up ideas of slow-moving animatronics saying “Does not compute” when faced with a paradox or emotion.

Chamber presents 1st quarter awards

The Grant County Chamber of Commerce awards a series of community awards each year. This year the awards are being presented at our Chamber Breakfasts in lieu of our Annual Chamber Banquet.

31st Annual Central Arkansas Antique Power Show set for April 8

Antique tractors, engines, cars and trucks galore…it’s the 31st Annual Central Arkansas Antique Power Show. Set for Saturday, April 8, the courthouse square will be surrounded by all kinds of antique machinery, vendors, food trucks, etc. for free family-friendly fun.

GCSO reports Flock cameras being installed throughout county

The Quorum Court meeting for Mar. 20, was a short and slightly different meeting. After a call to order, the court voted to have Justice of the Peace Mike Nevens preside over the meeting, as Grant County Judge Randy Pruitt was unavailable.

“Doc” Highsmith recovering, clinic still seeing patients

Known by many simply as “Doc,” one of Grant County’s long-time physicians has been hospitalized for the last three weeks after an accident at his clinic in Sheridan, and though he is still recovering, his clinic is still serving the community and treating patients, thanks to his family and staff.

Sheridan receives grant to continue sidewalk project

Making Sheridan a more walkable/bikeable city was one of the ideas that originated from the KickStart Sheridan program in 2017 when the group compiled a list of ideas found to be of importance to Sheridan residents. Through time and phases that idea is coming to fruition, with one area completed, …

Sheridan School Board recognizes student successes

The March 13 Sheridan School Board meeting presented several spotlight success stories involving numerous students at multiple campuses for both academic and athletic accomplishments.

Sale possible for Evergreen mill, officials say

The owner of Evergreen Packaging in Pine Bluff will explore “strategic alternatives” for the mill that could include a sale, according to corporate officials.

Kick Start Sheridan to host Strategic Doing Workshop

The nonprofit community development group Kick Start Sheridan will be hosting a strategic doing workshop on April 7 from noon to 2:30 p.m.

Council approves newly formed Clean City Task Force members

The Sheridan City Council met March 7 in its regularly scheduled meeting approving Mayor Cain Nattin’s appointment of eight members to the newly established Clean City Task Force.

Suspect arrested after ramming two police units

Suspect arrested after ramming two police units

Woman arrested in East End shooting

An arrest has been made in connection with the shooting death of an East End man.

Raising bulls in retirement

Livestock is a large part of southern culture. Whether it be for farming or recreation, it’s a way of life for many. From bull riding to barrel racing, rodeos and much more people will crowd into seats to watch the rodeo riders at the fair in the fall making their …

Sports projects progressing

It’s taken two years to get much accomplished at the city’s sports complex, but Parks and Recreation Director Joel Stanton says it will be three more before the entire area has been renovated or upgraded.

American Legion honors fallen veterans with 80th anniversary ceremony

Sunday, March 12 marks the 80th anniversary of the air disaster that took the lives of nine young airmen six miles north of Sheridan at what is now the American Legion’s B-17 Memorial Park, located at 1836 Grant 51. Everyone is invited to join American Legion Post 30 for a …