Judy Hagerott

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Where in the World is Dirlene?

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Sheridan Media has been following former Sheridan High School Principal Dirlene Wheeler and her husband Neil as they travel across our nation taking in the sites. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott caught up with the Wheelers in Vermont.

Governor Appoints Gregory to State Midwifery Board

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Bonnie Gregory was recently appointed to the State of Wyoming's Board of Midwifery by Governor Matt Mead. The board is responsible to safeguard the health, safety, and welfare of Wyoming citizens by making sure midwives in the state are qualified and licensed to practice as midwives.

Contrasts, Comparisons, and Connections at Jentel Presents

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It was a night of connections at Tuesday's Jentel Presents Artists in Residency Program and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott took the opportunity to learn a little more about art and brings us this story.

Farmers Market End of Year Celebration

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The Sheridan Farmers Market held its end-of-year celebration Saturday on Grinnell Plaza and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott stopped by and brings us this story.

Story Woman's Club Traditional Turkey Dinner

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A homemade turkey dinner with all the fixings...who can pass on that? Sunday, close to 400 people made their way to Story to enjoy the 38th annual Story Woman's Club Traditional Turkey Dinner.

“Western Traces” Opens at Ucross

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"Oscillating" by Tawni Shuler (Courtesy Photo)

Tawni Shuler and Patrick Kikut, (key-cut) are two artists presenting two drastically different landscape perspectives. Saturday, an artists' reception was held for the two at the Ucross Foundation and Art Gallery near Clearmont.

Story Woman's Club Traditional Turkey Dinner

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A homemade turkey dinner with all the fixings...who can pass on that? Sunday, close to 400 people made their way to Story to enjoy the 38th annual Story Woman's Club Traditional Turkey Dinner.

Farmers Market End of Year Celebration

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The Sheridan Farmers Market held its end-of-year celebration Saturday on Grinnell Plaza and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott stopped by and brings us this story.

This Week's Poll Question

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The optional one percent sales tax is up for vote again this year. Called by many the penny tax, it helps pay for the infrastructure, city buildings, parks and pathways, plus economic and community development.

Where in the World is Dirlene?

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Lighthouse-photo by Dirlene Wheeler

Sheridan Media has been following the travels of newly retired Sheridan High School principal Dirlene and her husband as they make their way across the nation. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott tracked them down in New York and brings us this story.

A Fantastic Array of Fiber Arts on Display

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The Fulmer Library's mezzanine has been transformed into a fabulous display of color and texture. The Sheridan Fiber Arts Guild held an artists' reception Thursday night featuring a variety of fiber arts mediums.

Holy Name's Carnival and Chili Supper Surpasses All Expectations

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For 79 years, Holy Name School has held their annual Carnival and Chili Supper to help support the school. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this report.

This Week's Poll Question

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Elections are coming up, in fact, November 4th is Election Day. The State Superintendent of Public Instructions has two candidates who have thrown their hats in the ring, Republican candidate Jillian Balow is facing off against Mike Ceballos of the Democratic Party.

Where in the World is Dirlene?

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Sunset over the Little Missouri National Grasslands-photo by Dirlene Wheeler

We've been following Dirlene Wheeler across the country. The retired principal of Sheridan High School, Dirlene with her husband Neil, have packed up a pick-up camper and are taking a year to explore our nation. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott found them in Minnesota and brings us this story.

Memories of Heart Mountain

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Hysteria and prejudice ruled during World War II and much of it was aimed towards Japanese Americans. The climate became so fearful that over 120,000 Japanese Americans were forced into ten interment camps set up around the West.

An Evening with the Wild West Wreckers

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Sheridan's new Roller Derby League, the Wild West Wreckers is up and rolling and determined to make an impact in Sheridan. Tuesday night, at the Black Tooth Brewery, a fundraiser was held to help with the league, but also to raise awareness of roller derby in Sheridan.

Wyoming Voices at Ucross

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A program called “Wyoming Voices,” offered reflections on wilderness, wildness, the natural world and our place in it. The program was held at the Ucross Foundation near Clearmont.

Now, is the Time to Plant Those Fall Bulbs

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Tulips, daffodils, and crocuses, those cheery little flowers that are the hallmarks of Spring. Landon's Greenhouse held another of their informative workshops on Saturday. This week's topic was “Growing Fall Bulbs” and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this report.

This Week's Poll Question

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Roads need to be save for all regardless if they're driving, walking, or biking. Those vulnerable users are taking a risk being out there on the roadways, but then again, drivers should be aware of their responsibilities.

Final 3rd Thursday of the Year

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Thursday saw the last of this year's 3rd Thursday Street Festivals and the near perfect temperatures had Grinnell Plaza and Main Street filled with vendors and shoppers alike.