Judy Hagerott

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A Taco-of-a-Time

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Helping alleviate childhood hunger in Sheridan County, the Food Group held its primary fundraiser, the TacoFest and Family Concert at Sheridan College on Saturday night.

This Week's Poll Question

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State Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill should be back on the job soon. There have been several issues raised concerning Hill's leadership and last year, a law replaced Hill with an appointed director. Earlier this year, the Wyoming Supreme Court overturned that law.

First-Ever Spring Escape to the Tropics

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RENEW held its first-ever “Spring Escape to the Tropics” and the timing couldn't have been any better as Sheridan was hit with a another snowstorm Saturday.

Eureka!!!

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The first Saturday of the month means Science Saturday at Sheridan College. It's a way to help kids get involved in science. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott stopped by and brings us this story.

This Week's Poll Question

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Starting salaries for professional athletes run between 200-400 thousand dollars a year. Not bad for entry level professional athletes.

Everything Outdoors

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It was everything 'outdoorsy' at Sheridan College Saturday. The college Outdoor Adventure Club held their spring Gear Swap as their primary fundraiser to help students go on their outdoor adventures. Advisor to the club, Julie Davidson explains.

“Bees and Butterflies” Opens

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Even before you got there, the 'hum' of the voices hit you before you opened the doors of the Inner Circle at the library.

Tuesday was the opening day and artists' reception for the “Imagine a Planet Without Pollinators, a photography exhibit featuring the work of Molly Clark and Clair Leon.

It's All About the Animals

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Food, fun, and fundraising, it was the Dog and Cat Shelter's annual Spring-FUN-Raiser held in the Exhibit Hall of the Sheridan County Fairgrounds Saturday night.

10th Annual Disability Awareness Walk

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You just couldn't beat the weather on Saturday. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott found the track at the Junior High filled with walkers and brings us this story.

First-Ever Bottoms Up Bash

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Colon cancer is the third leading cause of death for both men and women collectively. Saturday night was the first-ever “Bottoms Up Bash,” a night set aside to raise awareness about colon cancer and raise funds for Dana's Hope.

A New Home for the Herberts

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It was a celebration of community and the culmination of a dream.

This Week's Poll Question

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Newton's Third Law of Motion states, “For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.”

So how does that work with our environment. This week's poll question is “Do you believe human activities change our environment?”

What do you think?

Get Out and Shop

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A gorgeous Saturday had shoppers out early for the 6th annual “Get Out and Shop,” Sheridan's one day, mini-mall held in the gym of Sheridan High School.

Sponsored by P.E.O., close to 60 vendors were on hand selling everything from jewelery, photography, handmade items and specialty food.

Artist in Motion

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Friday was the 2nd “Artist in Motion,” program sponsored by the Wyoming Watercolor Society, based in Sheridan.

Book Signing Draws Big Crowd

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C.J. Box

Wyoming native and best selling author C.J. Box was in town Thursday for a book signing of his newest Joe Pickett novel “Stone Cold” and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott stopped by and brings us this story.

Getting Ready for a New Season

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It was the final “Behind the Scenes Saturday” at the Sheridan County Museum and now it's countdown to opening day on May 1st.

“Reflections on Reflections”

Sheridan College student Alex Eisele

A day-long workshop was held for regional high school students to take their art form, out of the box, and look at it from a new perspective.

This Week's Poll Question

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Yes...it's another election year so get ready for the radio ads, campaign slogans, new candidates making their announcements and the whole political mishmash. Are you ready?

Home Show Draws a Great Crowd

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This year's Home and Garden Show was another success as people stopped by checking out the variety of booths and getting new ideas for their home projects.

The Biggest Crowd Ever

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Who says there's nothing to do in Sheridan? Saturday, the fairground's Exhibition Hall was filled with a sea of little people and their parents, all vying for those special tokens that would get them a super prize.