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  • Sheridan schools, along with all major Hamilton County school systems and many other schools and businesses are either on a weather delay or are closed today. An ice storm hit the area overnight and more ice and snow are expected this morning.

    Sheridan schools are on a two-hour delay.

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  • Pauline H. (King) Hoffman Fox

    Pauline H. (King) Hoffman Fox, 94, Sheridan, passed away peacefully Saturday, Nov. 10, 2018 at Harbour Manor Health and Living in Noblesville.

    Born Nov. 25, 1923 at home on the family farm just west of Terhune, she was the daughter of the late Henry Bert and Elzora (Wilson) King.

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  • After a season-opening loss to a powerful Western Boone team that would roll through the season undefeated, the Sheridan Blackhawks football team won seven straight en route to an 8-3 final record.
    Sheridan finished the season ranked in the top 10 in Class A polls.
    It wound up being a true defensive struggle in driving rain as the Monroe Central Golden Bears ended Sheridan's season in the sectional finals by a score of 8-0 in a rematch of last year’s season-ender.

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  • The Hamilton County Community Foundation awarded three Community Pillar Awards. Recipients were honored for their work in education, juvenile justice and tourism and were given $5,000 each to grant to a Hamilton County not-for-profit of their choice:
    Judge Steven R. Nation of Hamilton County Superior Court awarded $5,000 to Hamilton County Youth Assistance Program, an early intervention program for at-risk youth and their families.
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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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  • The Better Business Bureau is reminding consumers that the online “Secret Sister” gift exchange and similar invitations are illegal and should be ignored. The campaign, which was first big in 2015, has again been circulating on social media sites, in particular Facebook.
    The post claims that participants will receive up to 36 gifts in exchange for sending one gift valued at $10. Users are encouraged to invite others to participate in the holiday gift exchange, where they will receive information on where to mail gifts. 
    But there is one big problem with gift chains like “Secret Sister” – they are pyramid schemes.
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