Judy Hagerott

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Final 3rd Thursday of the Summer Season

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For some, snow boots and coats were the attire for the evening, but the cold steady wind didn’t dissuade hundreds of shoppers from turning out for the final 3rd Thursday Street Festival. But it did cause some vendors difficulty in keeping their booths grounded.

Never Too Young to Chase the Dream

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A new business has opened its doors on Main Street and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us the story.

Thursday’s Farmers Market

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Despite the cooler weather, nearly 30 vendors were on hand for this week’s Farmers Market. Committee member Donald Legerski said Sheridan’s Farmers Market unique.

He details some of the vendors.

Story Historical Society Meets

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Sunday, the Story Historical Society began its fall season of monthly meetings with George Lunbeck sharing the history of the Wagon Box Inn.

Celebrating its 100th year, Lunbeck shared the Wagon Box’s beginnings.

This Week’s Poll Question

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Land in Wyoming is a precious commodity, with much of it is controlled by the Federal government, including its development and the underlying energy and mineral resources.

Sharing Your Seeds

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The Sheridan County Seed Library, a free seed lending program is available for folks to borrow from and grow as the season permits. Nutrition and Food Safety Educator, Kentz Willis explained.

The Military Bicycle Corps

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The Inner Circle of the library was filled to capacity Wednesday night as Mike Higgins, a teacher from Powell, gave a presentation on the Bicycle Corps of the 1890’s.

Saving Your Seeds

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Monday night, nearly 25 people attended a seed saving workshop held in the Watt Agriculture Building on the Sheridan College campus.

This Week’s Poll Question

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Owning a gun is both a privilege that carries with it certain responsibilities, but are restrictions part of the picture.

This week’s Bank of Sheridan/Sheridan Media Poll Question asks” “Should there be any restrictions on guns in public places?”

This Week’s Poll Question

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Wyoming is known for its wide open spaces, wildlife, and beauty, but a nuclear waste dump? Discussion is taking place in our Legislature concerning the issue.

Show and Shine Car Show a Tremendous Success

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Hundreds gathered to take a look at the display of cars at the Show and Shine Car Show in Buffalo on Saturday and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us the story.

Crazy Days in Buffalo

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The streets in Buffalo were packed for the annual Crazy Days held Friday and Saturday. Out with the old and in with the new as businesses were discounting store stock to get ready for new fall merchandise.

Coming Back Home to Buffalo

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Saturday an Open House was held at the new Purcella’s Meat Processing in Buffalo and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us the story.

Summer Night at the Mansion

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The 2nd annual “Summer Night at the Mansion” had several people show up for a cool evening, under the shade trees at the Trail End Museum.

Site Superintendent Cynde Georgen said the event was geared for folks to come up and relax a bit.

Tuesday’s Concert in the Park

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A gorgeous Tuesday evening had people arriving an hour early to secure their patch of green in front of the band shell at Kendrick Park for this week’s Concert in the Park.

This Week’s Poll Question

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Ted Cruz, the Texas senator and runner-up as the Republican Party’s presidential candidate, failed to endorse the party’s nominee, Donald Trump at the Republican National Convention last week, earning him a chorus of boo’s.

Thursday Night’s Farmers Market

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Thirty-five vendors filled Grinnell Plaza in downtown for the weekly Farmers Market held on Thursdays.

The Show Must Go On

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Sunday evening, the band shell at Kendrick Park became the setting for the annual Montana Shakespeare in the Park program. In its 44th year, Michael Gonring headed up the production and explained what it was all about.

This Week’s Poll Question

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Consolidating smaller school districts across Wyoming might save the state money by lowering costs per student, yet could raise transportation costs. Less superintendents and school boards might save money, yet smaller districts have more flexible rules.

Season’s First Farmers Market

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Thursday night Grinnell Plaza in downtown Sheridan attracted a multitude of shoppes. It was the kick-off for this year’s Sheridan Farmers Market. First year Market Manager, Zoila Perry, gave a run-down of what the 37 vendors had available.