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Shenandoah City Council met for its latest session on April 17. Present were Mayor John Escoto, Mayor Pro Tem Charlie Bradt (Position 4), Mike McLeod (Position 5), Ted Fletcher (Position 2), and Ron Raymaker (Position 1). Jim Pollard (Position 3) was
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What a beautiful English garden in the midst of Shenandoah. With the start of spring, many residents are getting back into their yards and this one will definitely inspire any who see it.
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The City of Shenandoah held its most recent meeting on March 27. In attendance were Mayor John Escoto, Mayor Pro Tem Charlie Bradt (Position 4), Mike McLeod (Position 5), Jim Pollard (Position 3), Ted Fletcher (Position 2), and Ron Raymaker (Position
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As we gather to celebrate Easter this year, several places in Shenandoah will be offering wonderful promotions to help make this holiday
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Shenandoah City Council held its monthly meeting on March 13. In attendance were Mayor John Escoto, Mayor Pro Tem Charlie Bradt (Position 4), Mike McLeod (Position 5), Jim Pollard (Position 3), Ted Fletcher (Position 2), and Ron Raymaker (Position 1)
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The City of Shenandoah invites its residents to take part in some family fun at the Spring Break in the Park event, taking place on Thursday, March 14, from 2 p.m. - 4 p.m. at Shenandoah Park.
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Shenandoah City Council recently held its monthly meeting on February 28. In attendance were Mayor John Escoto, Mayor Pro Tem Charlie Bradt (Position 4), Mike McLeod (Position 5), Jim Pollard (Position 3), Ted Fletcher (Position 2), and Ron Rayma
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The City of Shenandoah and the Shenandoah Police Department have announced that they will participate in the upcoming DEA National Take Back Drug Day on Saturday, April 27, from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. in the Public Works Bay. The bay is located at the sout
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Shenandoah City Council held its most recent meeting on February 14. In attendance were Mayor John Escoto, Mayor Pro Tem Charlie Bradt (Position 4), Mike McLeod (Position 5), Jim Pollard (Position 3), Ted Fletcher (Position 2), and Ron Raymaker (Posi
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Shenandoah City Council directed staff to form a committee including council members and residents to plan a celebration of the city’s 50th Anniversary. The committee has been meeting monthly to share ideas and put together a plan for the event.
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Christmas and 2024 are just around the corner. Here is a list of holiday hours for some festive places where you can eat and play in Shenandoah during the holiday season
Billy Adams
It's that time of year again, and with Thanksgiving week already here, we wanted to highlight several Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals, as well
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Shenandoah City council met on Wednesday, November 15. In attendance were Mayor John Escoto, Mayor Pro Tem Charlie Bradt (Position 4), Mike McLeod (Position 5), Jim Pollard (Position 3), Ted Fletcher (Position 2), and Ron Raymaker (Position 1).
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Have you thought about what you will be serving your crew this Thanksgiving holiday? Shenandoah makes that decision much easier by providing numerous holiday dining choices
Billy Adams
Join The City of Shenandoah on Tuesday, November 7 as it gathers food to benefit the Montgomery County Food Bank in the fight against hunger. The holidays can be a tough time for families and food should not be one of those issues. Donations will be
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The City of Shenandoah continues to announce a number of projects in 2023 that will bring changes to all areas of the city. The latest new and completed projects announced include the following.
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The City of Shenandoah is beginning a number of projects in 2023 that will bring changes to all areas of the city. One of these projects is the Tamina Road Water and Sewer Utilities Extension.
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Each October, the City of Shenandoah Civic Club names two residences as the Bootastic Decorated Houses during Halloween. The houses are selected during the week of Halloween to allow residents time to set up their ghoulish displays. Be sure to go by
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Little goblins take to the streets, witches are flying high, Frankenstein’s monster is avoiding fire and Dracula is trying to find the nearest blood bank.
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The City of Shenandoah’s Municipal Development District held a meeting on October 25. Present were President Byron Bevers (Place 4), Vice President Ron Raymaker (Place 1), Dr. Jim Wallace (Place 2), and Ted Fletcher (Place 5). Secretary Joanna Gonzal
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