Shepherd Police Department August 2017 Statistics

Shepherd Police Department August 2017 Statistics
We just completed our August 2017 statistics. We responded to 33 complaints, but there wasn’t any specific area that stood out more than others. We performed 44 traffic stops and gave 28 verbal warnings. If you have any questions, comments or concerns my door is always open. Please feel free to send a message to our page, send an email (, call 989-828-5045 or stop in (we are in and out all day).


Reflections on Summer Speaking Experiences

By Jay Gross
Hey There Life…

You have given me a chance, a unique opportunity… and I am so very grateful for it… I finished up my summer speaking this last week and was reflecting on where I had been, the people I had met, and what I had learned…

Life… I was smiling the entire time… getting to hang out with Dorothy Sagorski VanderJagt…


October 2017

OCT 28
Women’s Self Defense Seminar
Sat 9 AM · by Shepherd Police Department
Shepherd High School

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September 2017

SEP 15
Veterans Night
Fri 5:30 PM
Shepherd High School

SEP 19
Teen Tuesday: Art Attack – Perler Beads
Tue 6 PM
Shepherd Community Library

SEP 21
Shepherd Community Friends of the Library Monthly Meeting
Thu 7 PM by Shepherd Community Friends of the Library Shepherd Community Library

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SHS Women’s Golf Team News

LadyJays took first at their first TVC match of the season! Shepherd was followed by St.Louis, then Valley Lutheran and finally Ithaca. Great job ladies!! Morgan Yates led the way, followed by Olivia Raymond, Madde Skeel, Maggie Bryant, Adri Bush and Georgia Kusbel. The LadyJays will be competing Wednesday in a crossover match against Clare and Alma at Maple Creek @ 4pm.

The Shepherd Journal, August 29, 2017


Dates of Interest for SHS Seniors
Dates of Interest for SHS Sophomores
SHS Announcements for Tuesday, August 29th
Start of the New School Year
Veteran’s Night to be Held September 15
Sidewalk Surprise

Community Calendar

August 2017
September 2017

The Shepherd Journal, August 27 2017


SHS Class of 1960 Celebrated 57 year Reunion
Farm to Table Committee Makes donation to St. Vincent De Paul Food Pantry
First Day of School
Ribbon Cutting ceremony held for Laidley Building


Community News Feed
Calendar of Events

School Crossing Guards

NAME: Sue Dominick
LOCATION: Wright Avenue and Fourth Street
HOBBIES: Photography, card making, sewing and my absolute favorite is going to my grandkids sporting/school events. WHY I LOVE BEING A CROSSING GUARD: “I love seeing the kids smiling faces and the occasional hugs!”
WORDS OF ADVICE FOR STUDENTS/PARENTS: “It is important for the students to stay on the curb until I tell them that it is okay to step off. If they ride a bicycle to school I want them to push it across the road.”

NAME: Nancy Scovill
LOCATION: Wright Avenue and Maple Street
HOBBIES: “I don’t really have any hobbies…but I love to solve problems and make things easier. I do have 3 cats and they keep me busy”
WHY I LOVE BEING A CROSSING GUARD: “I love seeing the kids grow and learn. It’s fun to talk to them as we wait to go out into the street.