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Wednesday, March 21, 2018 10:23 AM
The Godby Story, as explained by Jim and Jeff Godby, will be shared with Northern Hamilton County Chamber of Commerce members at the April luncheon.
An interesting success story that began in downtown Sheridan is the topic on April 12 at Waitt Grain, 22755 Six Points Rd. in Sheridan. 
  • Maddie Zola wins Rotary Speech Contest
    Sheridan Rotarians held their annual Rotary Speech Contest March 12 and Maddie Zola finished on top!
    Zola finished atop a stiff competition. Out of the total 300 points allotted by the judges to each contestant, in the end Maddie Zola won but runner-up Piper Zola, Katherine Parsley and Abby Davis were all within six points of each other. 
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  • Rotarians delighted by Sheridan Police Officer Lidia Fairchok
    Sheridan Rotary had the pleasure of having a very nice and rather unique guest speaker. Sheridan’s first full-time female police officer, Lidia Fairchok, spoke to the club recently. Having joined the Sheridan Police Department a few months ago, Lidia has the distinction of being the top graduate from her Indiana Law Enforcement Academy class.
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  • The Sheridan Public Library is preparing to offer some beginning genealogy classes on two consecutive evenings, Monday, March 4 and Tuesday, March 5 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. each evening.

    The classes will utilize Ancestry software and be taught by Ron Stone, president of the Sheridan Historical Society.

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  • Old Glory stars in Boxley Lecture Series
    If you have lived in Sheridan for any length of time, you know there is a restored log cabin in Veterans Park which is the original home of Sheridan’s founding father, George Boxley. As a tribute to our founder and his efforts to free enslaved people in Virginia in the early 1800’s, the Sheridan Historical Society began the annual Boxley Lecture Series program in February 2007, working with its community partners: Sheridan Community School and the Sheridan Public Library.
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  • State officials urge Hoosiers to take the necessary precautions this week and prepare for wind chills that could reach as low as -40 degrees in some parts of Indiana. The arctic blast expected overnight Tuesday into Wednesday could be the coldest system to move through Indianapolis in years. Such frigid temperatures can present a variety of challenges and dangers to residents, although many are preventable by Hoosiers taking extra steps both inside and outside of their home.
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  • Indiana will be facing unprecedented cold temperatures in the coming days, which means there is a considerably higher risk for disaster in the next 72 hours than we typically face. The Red Cross is preparing to mobilize as needed, working closely with community partners and local officials.
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  • Historically low temperatures are forecast this week and the Federal Emergency Management Agency wants individuals and families to be safe when faced with the hazards of severely cold weather.
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  • With predictions of much colder weather across the state this week, Indiana American Water is urging customers to take action to secure homes and businesses against freezing pipes.

    “With much of the state in the deep freeze over the next several days, we are encouraging customers to prepare now to protect their plumbing system against the extreme cold,” said Indiana American Water President Deborah Dewey.

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  • It's all happy with Rotarians
    Twice a month at their formal meetings, Sheridan Rotarians take a few moments to celebrate something they are happy about that occurred in their lives recently. Called Happy Buck, this is a special cash donation of $1 or more as recognition for their happy moment(s). Happy moments typically include a birthday, an anniversary, a favorite team win, the good weather, a job well done or just about anything else you can imagine. The events are recorded on a Happy Buck slip along with the amount donated. Later the amounts are recorded on a spreadsheet and the slip is retained for the annual celebration.
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  • Indiana American Water is urging customers to secure homes and businesses against freezing pipes and to make sure snow is cleared from around fire hydrants so firefighters can locate and operate them quickly in an emergency.
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  • Library opens annual Winter Reading Program

    Are there more important skills in the world than reading?

    It's arguably one of the most powerful tools we all have. 

    That's why the Sheridan News offers a tip of the cap to the library and their staff for their continuing efforts to promote reading in our community.

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  • Rotary gets visit from Majestic Care
    Sheridan has had a nursing care facility for years nestled along the west side of town on South Hamilton Street, but not too long ago it was purchased by a healthcare company called Majestic Care. Majestic Care Sheridan is but one of six facilities the company owns across Indiana and Sheridan’s Rotary Club thought it was time to invite Majestic Care Sheridan administrators to come to a meeting and tell us a little bit about themselves.
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  • GREENWOOD – Indiana American Water President Deborah Dewey today announced the company’s acquisition of the Town of Sheridan’s water and wastewater systems. The purchase of the system adds more than 2,500 water and wastewater customers to the company’s customer base, which represents a population of more than 3,000 residents.
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  • District Governor visits Rotary
    Rotary District 6560 Governor Dale Basham recently visited with Sheridan Rotary as part of his duties to visit every club within the district at least once a year. It is always a pleasure to welcome our district leadership to Sheridan. Sometimes smaller clubs can feel a bit left out of the loop but with a visit from the Governor we feel a little more recognized, and that’s a good thing.
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  • Rotary says Merry Christmas!
    The Rotary Club in Sheridan is not only an active organization, it's a friendly and caring one. 
    Recently, Rotarians and family members gathered for the club’s annual Christmas Dinner at the Grape Vine Restaurant on Main Street.
    They wanted to be sure to pass along their Christmas greetings to everyone!
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  • Merry Christmas from the Library!

    It's that time of year when everyone is thinking good thoughts and sending along good tidings!

    From our friends at the Sheridan Public Library comes this wish for a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

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  • SHS great Rex Pitts honored

    At the home basketball game on Tuesday, Dec. 18, former Sheridan basketball player Rex Pitts will be honored. Pitts is being inducted into the Hamilton County Sports Hall of Fame.

    Pitts played for the legendary Larry Hobbs at Sheridan High School and was on the starting five squad for four consecutive sectional champion teams in 1949-1952. He was named to the All-County Teams in 1950, 1951 and 1952; 

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  • Rotarians step up for food pantry
    As they do every year, Sheridan Rotarians purchase food items and fill boxes for the local MAMA’s Cupboard Food Pantry. It is an always a fun activity and a very worthwhile mission for our community. Pictured here are Rotarians, family members and friends as they enjoy pizza as an after-the-event tasty activity. 
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  • Planning under way for 4th of July
    It is not even Christmas yet and a small group of Sheridan folks are already meeting to plan the annual events surrounding the July 4th Festival for 2019. The first of many meetings took place on Tuesday evening, Nov. 27 and began with a general discussion of what went right and what went wrong for the 2018 event.
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  • Sheridan senior awarded Lilly Scholarship

    Abigail Davis of Sheridan High School has been named a recipient of a four-year, full tuition scholarships as part of the 2019 Boone County Lilly Endowment Community Scholars. Davis will receive full tuition to an accredited public or private nonprofit college or university in Indiana and a $900 stipend for required books and equipment.

    Davis, daughter of Richard and Nicole Davis of Whitestown, has served her community in a number of ways.

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