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  • Teacher of Year speaks to Rotary

    Not that it is a secret, but lots of people do not realize that in 2003 Sheridan’s Robert Pickett, a first-grade teacher at Sheridan Community Schools, was chosen as Indiana’s Teacher of the Year. That’s quite an honor for a humble gentleman from a small rural school corporation in Indiana who went on to represent his profession and his state nationally. Although he did not win National Teacher of the Year, he did represent the best of Indiana and the educators we produce.

    Please understand that nothing about Mr. Pickett is ordinary; he is, in fact, a teacher of extraordinary skill who has touched the hearts and souls of hundreds of students over his teaching career.

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  • Patricia Michael, Sheridan, went to be with the Lord on Sunday evening, July 15, 2018.

    She was the youngest of six children born to Orval and Margaret (Pickard) Birden.

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  • When the day began in the Sheridan Horseshoes League, there was a three-way tie atop the standings.
    When it ended, thanks to Jeff Ogle, Price Heating was standing alone in first.
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  • Soil @ Water helps supply food

    The Hamilton County Soil and Water Conservation District partnered with local organizations to grow more than 200 dwarf tomato and pepper plants for the summer produce donation program.

    “These plants will continue to grow in their 2-gallon containers and HCSWCD will provide free technical assistance via text messaging throughout the year," said Andrew Fritz, HCSWCD Urban Agriculture Conservationist.

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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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  • According the 2018 College Completion Report released by the Indiana Commission for Higher Education today, more Hoosier students are graduating college than ever. In addition, on-time college completion rates are improving across all four and two-year public campuses statewide, and extended graduation rates are increasing at most Indiana public campuses.

    “It is encouraging to see Indiana’s significant progress in moving the needle on college completion,” said Indiana Commissioner of Higher Education Teresa Lubbers. “These successes are a direct reflection of the hard work happening at public campuses across the state, as well as the support of the General Assembly.”

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