Wednesday Mar 26
In A Small Package
Local history is meticulously preserved at the Grant County Museum in Sheridan. What appears to be a tiny hall from its parking lot perspective actually contains a large collection that covers the history of the area and its ties to the nation and world.
Instagram Account Calling Cyber Bullying into Question in Sheridan
Two weeks ago a story surfaced about seven student profiles that were pulled from the Sheridan High School yearbook.
HRC Delivers More than 35,000 Petitions to Sheridan School
The petitions were from equality supporters asking the school to reverse its decision to keep openly gay student Taylor Ellis's profile out of the yearbook.
New York Daily News
Back in the Closet! Yearbook letter from openly gay student praising...
Arkansas student Taylor Ellis said his high school removed his letter in the school yearbook thanking his town for being so accepting of him when he came out as openly gay.
Judge disqualifies judicial candidate Valerie Bailey
Judge John Cole has disqualified Valerie Bailey as a candidate for the 6th Circuit judgeship to which Judge Tim Fox is seeking re-election.
Sheridan School District stands firm on censoring yearbook
Growing national attention to censorship of the Sheridan High School yearbook has prompted Brenda Haynes, the district superintendent, to issue a statement about the decisIon to withhold a series of student profiles rather than publish one about Taylor Ellis and his decision to come out as gay.
ABC News 4 Charleston
Openly gay student says school won't publish his yearbook bio
SHERIDAN, Ark. An Arkansas high school student is getting national attention after the district chose not to publish his profile in the yearbook.
Arkansas school removes gay student's profile from yearbook
A high school student in Sheridan, Ark., says administrators refuse to include his profile in the school's yearbook because of his sexual orientation.
Ark. High School Yearbook Refuses to Profile Out Student
Administrators at Sheridan High School in Sheridan, Ark., are refusing to publish a profile of an openly gay student in the school's yearbook, claiming the article is "too personal" and could lead to bullying.