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If you haven’t seen the recent press releases coming out of the Sheridan County Sheriff's Office, we have launched a campaign to encourage people to lock their homes and vehicles. Additionally… [...]

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Although we may disagree on topics surrounding fundraising and donations to the suicide coalition, I am happy these circumstances have brought the issue of suicide into daily conversation. For… [...]

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The White Swan barber shop owned and operated by Ron Charlson since 1987 reeks of history. A step through the door at 221 N. Main St. is a trip into the past. The shop still has the ambiance o… [...]

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The saying is true, if you do what you love, you’ll never work a day in your life. [...]

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Every 40 seconds in the United States, someone experiences a stroke. Stroke is a debilitating and deadly injury to the brain that causes a death every 3.5 minutes in this country. Often the de… [...]

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When you think of excellent health care, you think of Sheridan. This not only applies to your emergency room visits or the birth of newborns but when you need additional time to recover from y… [...]

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Whether you are 17 or 71, there are new ideas to test and skills to gain. How can you create a minimum viable product in your current work or in an area of passion? In what low-stakes area can… [...]

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So, for all the sources of The Sheridan Press, know your voice matters. If you feel wonky after the interview. The response we receive from the community because of your voice inspires others. [...]

“The trouble is you think you’ll have time.” This was a recent quote from my friend and superior columnist, Mandy Fabel. She credited Jack Kornfield’s “Little Buddha’s Instruction Book” and it… [...]

Our exceedingly busy lives sometimes can become harmful to overall health and wellbeing. Hurrying from place to place to get errands done and racing to finish chores like taking children from … [...]

Have you considered volunteering at a local event? This year is the year. [...]

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Many things have been done in the name of progress that seem regrettable, and perhaps the idea that some progress was made at the expense of something being destroyed seems oxymoronic at best.… [...]

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When a child’s life is lost, it is a tragedy beyond comprehension. Even one child death is too many, but everyone can play a role in preventing these tragedies from occurring. We must all come… [...]

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The term “mental health” has come to have a much different meaning for me in the past two years. Politics, riots, pandemics, and family health issues have caused me to pay attention to my ment… [...]

Break out your dapper suits and fascinators and join us for the greatest two minutes in sports. Saturday, May 1, to experience America’s Race. [...]

Sometimes people wonder what the value of a general contractor is when building a house or commercial building. I have actually been told by owners they would rather save the money and do the … [...]

On a shoestring is a fascinating old idiom portraying hard times in the early 20th century. Poor immigrants to our country could trade their shoestrings for much needed items. While most of us… [...]

As we see the seasons change, so does our use of fire, from cutting and splitting firewood to cleaning up around the place. Weather can change quickly around here, as we just saw going from sn… [...]

Whether you run a 30,00-acre ranch, have a modest garden plot in your backyard, or simply love a few flowers by your front door, one thing bonds all these endeavors together: our soil. [...]

I noticed last weekend that my lilacs are just starting to break bud, and while doing my yardwork I noticed a few bugs here and there beginning to feel, just like me, that spring has arrived. … [...]