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Sheridan

School Board Roundup

Sheridan to install of a new high school door locking system, will discontinue USDA funded free lunch program

The Sheridan School Board of Trustees met on Monday, June 13. Here’s a recap of what was discussed:

• The board discussed new policy updates for the upcoming school year. Policies will remain very similar to years past.

PHOTO COURTESY TOM WALTER

The fastest growing sport in the country takes hold in Sheridan

Pickleball. Fun to say, fun to play! It is also the fastest growing sport in the nation, and possibly Madison County. It combines elements of tennis, badminton and ping pong. It is played with a paddle and a ball with holes in it on a badminton or modified tennis court. The game is appropriate for all ages and all skill levels.

The Town of Sheridan’s aging Fire Station just isn’t large enough to accommodate modern fire apparatuses. PHOTO BY JOLENE PALMER

When our powers combine

Sometimes, size does matter. For the Sheridan Fire Department, that boils down to the size of its station: the department’s firefighting equipment can barely fit inside the aging building. Just backing into the station is a feat in and of itself. It’s gotten to the point that something needs to be done about the tight quarters.

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