Judy Hagerott

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Visits with Our Vets

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Fred Fichtner (photo by Judy Hagerott)

In advance of Memorial Day, which comes up Monday, Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott visited with several veterans including Fred Fichtner and brings us this report.

Veteran Worden Talks about Service

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In advance of Memorial Day, which comes up Monday, Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott visited with several veterans. Here's the first report.

Discussions Held to Attract Museum Visitors

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A community roundtable discussion was held Monday night to begin the strategic planning process for the Sheridan County Museum and the Sheridan Historical Society.

Antique Tractor Pull and Show

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Pulling out all the stops, C & K Equipment held their annual tractor pull and show on Saturday. The rain and mud didn’t dissuade the onlookers nor competitors; the weather simply changed pulling strategies. The whole point is to see whose tractor can pull the most weight the longest distance.

22nd Annual Rocky Mountain Leather Trade Show

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For the last 22 years, makers, suppliers, teachers and students have gathered in Sheridan for the Rocky Mountain Leather Trade Show held in the Sheridan Holiday Inn over the weekend.

This Week’s Poll Question

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College can be expensive and for many students, taking out a school loan seems to be the answer. Once college is over, the heavy burden of debt remains.

66th Annual Sheridan College Graduation

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Graduation ceremonies were held for the Sheridan College Class of 2015 on Saturday afternoon. It was a day of excitement for parents and students alike.

For many of the students, graduation day brought a welcome sigh of relief.

A Day for the Dogs

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All canines and their companions were invited out to Kendrick Park Saturday to join in a fun-filled morning, all as a fundraiser to benefit Sheridan’s Relay for life and the American Cancer Society called “Bark for Life.

First-Ever Juried Photography Show at SAGE

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The Sheridan Artist Guild held it first-ever Juried Photography Show this month and the artists’ reception took place Friday night. The exhibit includes 40 photographs from 30 local and regional artists.

Speaker Presents Sheridan Water Supply History

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Over a dozen people sat around a table to listen to Helen Laumann talk about the water supply for early day Sheridan residents and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.

Leathercrafters Gather in Sheridan

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Leathercrafters from around the world are gathering in Sheridan this week for the 22nd annual Rocky Mountain Leather Trade Show. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott stopped by to bring us the report.

Paint and Pinot for Paws

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Wednesday, a fundraising event will be held at the Paint Post in downtown Sheridan with part of the proceeds going to benefit the Sheridan Dog and Cat Shelter.

Director of the shelter, Debie Crawford says to expect a great night.

Where in the World is Dirlene?

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(photo by Dirlene Wheeler)

Now here’s an update on the travels of retired Sheridan High School Principal Dirlene Wheeler and her husband Neil on their year-long trek across the country. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott caught up with them by phone in Arizona to bring us the latest report.

Spring Blood Drive

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The Knights of Columbus will be hosting their Spring blood drive, Wednesday, from 2-6 in the afternoon. The drive will be held in meeting hall of the Knights of Columbus Building on East Brundage in Sheridan.

This Week’s Poll Question

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Increasing accountability and transparency on both sides of the camera, more and more cities are opting to have their police force equipped with body cameras.

What to Do for Mother’s Day?

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Sunday is Mother’s Day and if you haven’t thought about getting or doing something for your mom, we sent Sheridan Media’s roving reporter out to the streets of Sheridan to see what other people were doing. Perhaps this will give you some suggestions.

Our Pollinators are in Peril

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Wednesday, the Inner Circle was filled to capacity to hear Dorothy Tuthill, a botanist with the University of Wyoming’s Biodiversity Institute talk about being a friend to pollinators which include native bees, butterflies and moths, and beetles.

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.

“Trees for Trash” Brought in Tons

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With the steady stream of vehicles lined up to take advantage of the annual “Trees for Trash,” is it any wonder the amount of refuse we collect in a year?

This past weekend, Sheridan and Sheridan County residents took their trash up to the dump for free and received a tree in return.

“Baltimore or Bust”

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Sheridan’s own American Legion 7th Cavalry Drum and Bugle Corp is a one-of-a-kind bugle corp that’s been invited to the national convention of the American Legion in Baltimore.