Judy Hagerott

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Jentel Presents...

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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.

Tongue River Cave Opens Soon

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Tongue River Cave, just outside of Dayton, in the Bighorn Mountains officially opens April 15th. Cheri (cherry) Jones, with the Big Horn Mountain Forest Service tells us what makes this such a popular spot with cavers.

Be Bear Aware

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As the weather warms, outdoor enthusiasts are eager to get out-of-doors right along with the bears that are waking up from a long winter. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is holding a series of seminars across the state reminding people to be ‘bear aware’.

This Week’s Poll Question

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Jackalopes are those mythical creatures found across the American West. Some people say they’re really just jackrabbits with deer antlers that come out at dusk. They can be enticed out with a carrot and a little peanut butter. Some have been known to grow to the size of a pony.

Easter Egg Hunts Delight the Children

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It isn’t easy being the Easter Bunny in Sheridan County. Hundreds of kids with Easter baskets in tow were out with hopes of filling their Easter baskets. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott made it out to two Easter Egg Hunts and brings us this story.

8th Annual Jackalope Jump

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It takes a brave heart to jump into a pool of cold water. This year’s Jackalope Jump was held at the Sheridan Junior High School with a dozen or so jumpers. It’s all for a good cause, helping send some special athletes to Special Olympics.

Wyoming Women’s Business Networking Expo

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A group of women business owners gathered together showcasing their businesses during the Wyoming Women’s Business Networking Expo held in the Exhibit Hall of the Sheridan County Fairgrounds.

Disability Awareness Walk

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Warm summer-like weather brought over 100 walkers out to participate in the Disability Awareness Walk around Sheridan’s Junior High track.

This Week’s Poll Question

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Participating in school sports events takes time and money, lots of time and lots of money, both needed to succeed.

A Petting Zoo for Instruments

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The library is supposed to be a quiet place for patrons; not so at Sheridan’s Fulmer Library on Saturday. Close to 75 children and adults got to handle, play and hear a wide variety of different musical instruments.

“Celebrating Generations and Building Community”

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Taking a proactive approach to anticipated growth of our elderly population, the Sheridan County Senior Center is launching its capital campaign, “Celebrating Generations and Building Community,” to expand and renovate its current facility in Sheridan.

One Way to Celebrate in Big Horn

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Dubbed the World’s Shortest St. Patrick’s Day Parade, a balmy Sunday afternoon had the folks in Big Horn lining its main thoroughfare, all three blocks of it.

Bottoms Up Bash

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Over 200 people turned out for the 2nd annual Bottoms Up Bash, a fundraiser focused on fun but also bringing awareness about colon cancer and encouraging people to get their colonoscopies done.

Bowhunters of Wyoming Annual Conference

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The annual winter conference of the Bowhunters of Wyoming was held at the Sheridan Holiday Inn this past weekend. The organization was established in 1974 “with the purpose of elevating the standards of bowhunting.

Playing in the Dirt at Landon’s

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Using their imagination and creativity, adults and children alike, got to express themselves by designing and planting their own miniature gardens on Saturday.

This Week’s Poll Question

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Nuclear power in the hands of Iran? Negotiations are taking place between Iran and other international powers concerning Iran’s nuclear program.

Another Behind the Scenes Saturday

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The second is a three-part series of “Behind the Scenes Saturdays” was held at the Sheridan County Museum this weekend.

Down Syndrome Awareness Day

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Saturday was World Down Syndrome Awareness Day and a first-ever “meet and greet” was held at the YMCA for family and friends of those with Down Syndrome in this area.

Making Dreams Come True With a Little Work

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Grace Moore has her eyes set on her goal and she is making it happen one kool-aid at a time. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott brings us her story.

“Creating Happiness One Arrow at a Time”

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Archery with a purpose, that’s what Eric Nations is doing through Nationswide Sports, a new archery facility in Sheridan. Located on Broadway, Nations says archery is a great way to reach out to the youth of the community.