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  • WHAT A STORY!
    If you, or someone you know, is a Sheridan history buff, the Sheridan Historical Society would like to recommend a new book now available in limited edition at the Sheridan Historical Society museum. The book is authored by Sheridan’s own Jim Godby, the founder of Godby Home Furnishings, and titled “Living the American Dream”.
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  • Miriam Childers Johnson
    Miriam Childers Johnson 79, Sheridan, was called home on Jan. 15, 2021.
    She was born on Feb. 1, 1941 in Darbyville, Ohio. Her parents were Sim Clarence and Mary Louella (Cloud) Childers.
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  • A season that once looked so promising came to a crashing conclusion Friday night in the second-round of the Class A Sectional 46 for the Sheridan Blackhawks.
    Coach Bud Wright's squad wound up on the short end of a 55-12 shellacking at the hands of top-ranked Indianapolis Lutheran.
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  • Latin jazz, Celtic rock, funky jams and more are on tap as the Center for the Performing Arts announces seven 2021 dates in its new livestream concert series featuring Indiana artists.
    Free to view on YouTube, Facebook and the Center’s website, Live at the Center sponsored by Allied Solutions delivers a front-row perspective on the best in local original music, with multi-camera HD video and rich stereo sound. More information on registration and viewing options is available at TheCenterPresents.org/LATC.
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  • Traffic Q&A with Sgt. John Perrine

    Can a police officer be on private property watching for speeders?

    Click here to see what Sgt. John Perrine says . . . 

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  • Although Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre remains uncharacteristically closed this holiday season, plans are under way for a reopening in the new year.
    “We plan to reopen in March,” said Doug Stark, owner. “We are eager to get back to doing what we love – entertaining our audiences!”
    Starting the theatre’s 48th season will be the audience favorite, Smoke on the Mountain. One of the most popular shows at Beef & Boards, Smoke on the Mountain is the story of the Singing Sanders Family, who is invited to perform at Mount Pleasant Baptist Church by its new pastor, the Rev. Oglethorpe. Filled with energetic bluegrass and Gospel tunes, unforgettable stories, and lovable characters, Smoke on the Mountain is a heartwarming reason to return to live theatre.
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