Friday night was given over to the elders as the residents of Sheridan Manor and the Brookdale Sugarland Ridge got into the spirit of Halloween Friday night and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott swung by both facilities and brings us this story.
Halloween festivities are off to a howling good start with events kicking off Thursday night. Sheridan Media’s reporter Judy Hagerott made the rounds for the night’s activities. Big Horn Elementary celebrated with a “Trunk-or-Treat” followed by a chili supper in the school gym.
Hundreds of children showed up at the Brinton Museum near Big Horn Saturday afternoon for a Halloween Extravaganza. Called “Things That Go Bump in the Night,” the afternoon had everything a giant Halloween party could entail.
Research done by psychologists are saying that the kind of music you listen to can pretty accurately predict the kind of personality you have. Your playlist might just might shine a spotlight on your personality.
Over two dozen people showed up at the Inner Circle of the library Wednesday night, to listen to Cody native Gregory Hinton, author, filmmaker, and historian, talk about the nationally recognized program he created, “Out West.”
This week’s Poll Question takes a look at our pedestrian crosswalks on Main Street in downtown Sheridan. For some it’s a quick two step to cross at the light, for others, it takes just a little longer to get to the other side of the street before the light turns.
The color for Saturday was definitely pink as hundreds showed up to participate in Sheridan Memorial Hospital’s 7th annual The Link-Partners in Pink Run/Walk and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us the story.
Sheridan Media wants to inform listeners of the many opportunities available locally to participate in the organizations around town and this week Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott visited the Cloud Peak Toastmasters and brings us this story.
Over 20 people came out to hear the current artists in residency at Jentel, four visual and two writers, talked about their work and their process, Tuesday evening, in the Sagebrush Community Art Center on 5th Street.
There was a choice, a 3 mile fun run or a 1½ walk, either way, participants were met by enemy combatants wielding colored powder ammo. By the end of the day just about everyone became a kaleidoscope of color.