Judy Hagerott

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Wind Didn't Turn Away Concert Goers

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The turn-out was good despite the windy weather for the weekly Concert in the Park, a family friendly outdoor concert held at the band shell in Kendrick Park.

Manager for the concerts, David Kuzara opened with his own weather forecast.

This Week’s Poll Question

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ObamaCare has seen multiple repeal attempts by both the House and Senate and still stands as law. Twice it has been taken to the Supreme Court and twice the Court has upheld the Affordable Care Act.

Dayton Days Another Success

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The day began with a pancake breakfast, followed by the one mile run which kicked off the parade, a duck race and then to Scott Bicentennial Park for an afternoon of food, fun, friends, and plenty of music.

First-Ever “Smackdown” in Sheridan

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

“Illuminaughty,” “Riot Rita,” and “Pass A. Fist,” were just a few of the names found among the two lady roller derby teams battling it out on the gym floor of Sheridan Junior High on Saturday.

This One Life

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Saturday, in the Inner Circle of the Fulmer Library, Health Coach and nurse, Sarah Kolman gave a presentation from her new book, “Full Plate,” which focuses on ‘nourishing your family’s whole health in a busy world.’

She has two rules.

Wyoming Wednesday’s Topic is the Buffalo

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The final Wyoming Wednesday will feature John Woodward, Director of the Sheridan County Museum, talking about the importance of the buffalo to our area. He said the buffalo was quite a versatile animal to settlers and Indians alike.

Backstage Tours Give Another Glimpse of Theater

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For the past two weeks, the Wyoming Theater Festival has offered plays, performances and workshops, bringing theater to the forefront for area residents.

Dayton Mercantile

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They’ve had their doors open for a year now and the husband and wife team of Elaine Stevens and Craig Boheler have made Dayton their home and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott brings us their story.

“On the Foundation”

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Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns held their annual “On the Foundation” fundraiser Thursday night. A night of music, comedy, theater, with dessert and refreshments, new Director for Habitat, Christine Christopherson, described the event.

Wyoming Wednesday

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Nearly a dozen people showed up at the Information Center to hear Fish Culturist Jennifer Meineke share some fun facts about the Story Fish Hatchery.

Everybody has a Story

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Here at Sheridan Media, we believe everyone has a story to tell. So as part of our expanded coverage, we plan to bring you those stories. Today, Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott focuses on a woman who serves up burgers.

In Search of a Market Manager

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Bonnie Gregory

Last week, at the weekly Farmers Market, Bonnie Gregory, Market Manager, announced she was stepping down so she could focus more on her family and personal projects.

Theater 101

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The Wyoming Theater Festival continues this week of plays, performances, and workshops. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott attended the Theater 101 class and brings us this story.

This Week’s Poll Question

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According to a news release, the Secretary of State’s office has certified the application for a ballot initiative to legalize medical marijuana in the state, called The Peggy A. Kelley Wyoming Cannabis Act of 2016.

Theater 101

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The Wyoming Theater Festival continues its two weeks of plays, performances, and workshops, where Gerry Hansen, instructor of the Theater 101 class, explained the classic theater art form called commedia dell'arte.

Ringer!

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The Wyoming Senior Olympics finishes up today, concluding with an awards ceremony tonight. At the Horseshoe competition which was held at Kendrick Park, Bob Alley volunteered at the horseshoe pits and explained the point system.

Senior Center is Lending Out Bikes

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The Senior Center has opened a unique lending operation as a new service to our community. The center is lending out bicycles to anyone 18 and over in Sheridan for free and yes, they will have to be returned. Fun Director Jane Perkins gave the details.

Senior Olympics Snag

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Only two teams played in the mixed doubles category of the Senior Olympics.

A lack of interest or a lack of organization, but there seems to be no explanation for the lack of attendance at the Senior Olympics being held in Sheridan.

Billiards Part of Senior Olympics

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A steady hand, a keen eye, and a sharp mind are needed to figure out the angles, to be good at billiards. Thursday was the beginning of the billiards competition for the Senior Olympics taking in Sheridan.

Farmers Market Manager Stepping Down

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Sheridan Farmers Market Manager Bonnie Gregory (Photo by Ron Richter)

The Sheridan’s Farmers Market has been operating for 15 years; the last six, under the direction of Market Manager, Bonnie Gregory. She said there are other goals she wants to pursue.