Judy Hagerott

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Theater 101

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The Wyoming Theater Festival continues this week of plays, performances, and workshops. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott attended the Theater 101 class and brings us this story.

This Week’s Poll Question

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According to a news release, the Secretary of State’s office has certified the application for a ballot initiative to legalize medical marijuana in the state, called The Peggy A. Kelley Wyoming Cannabis Act of 2016.

Theater 101

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The Wyoming Theater Festival continues its two weeks of plays, performances, and workshops, where Gerry Hansen, instructor of the Theater 101 class, explained the classic theater art form called commedia dell'arte.

Ringer!

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The Wyoming Senior Olympics finishes up today, concluding with an awards ceremony tonight. At the Horseshoe competition which was held at Kendrick Park, Bob Alley volunteered at the horseshoe pits and explained the point system.

Senior Center is Lending Out Bikes

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The Senior Center has opened a unique lending operation as a new service to our community. The center is lending out bicycles to anyone 18 and over in Sheridan for free and yes, they will have to be returned. Fun Director Jane Perkins gave the details.

Senior Olympics Snag

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Only two teams played in the mixed doubles category of the Senior Olympics.

A lack of interest or a lack of organization, but there seems to be no explanation for the lack of attendance at the Senior Olympics being held in Sheridan.

Billiards Part of Senior Olympics

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A steady hand, a keen eye, and a sharp mind are needed to figure out the angles, to be good at billiards. Thursday was the beginning of the billiards competition for the Senior Olympics taking in Sheridan.

Farmers Market Manager Stepping Down

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Sheridan Farmers Market Manager Bonnie Gregory (Photo by Ron Richter)

The Sheridan’s Farmers Market has been operating for 15 years; the last six, under the direction of Market Manager, Bonnie Gregory. She said there are other goals she wants to pursue.

Montana Shakespeare in the Park Returns

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Making quality, live theatrical presentations available to smaller communities, free of charge, the Montana Shakespeare in the Parks returned to Sheridan Thursday night.

Another 3rd Thursday

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Thursday was the second of four 3rd Thursdays held each summer. Closing off Main, street vendors ply their wares, food vendors entice the hungry and music fills the air and people take it all in.

A Summer Night at the Mansion

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A little cloud cover with a slight breeze made an evening on the grounds of the Trail End State Historic Site a night to remember.

Wednesday, an open house was held at the Trail End and Site Superintendent Cynde Georgen explained.

Wyoming Wednesday Features Tales of Father DeSmet

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Fred Patz

This week’s Wyoming Wednesday’s program focused on Father DeSmet in a presentation by Fred Patz of Sheridan. Wyoming Wednesdays are hour long programs led by local experts on different aspects of Wyoming’s history and culture.

Green Shows Continue at the Park

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Family friendly frolicking fun is taking place during the noon hour at the band shell in Kendrick Park.

Tuesday’s Concert in the Park

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Despite the quick thunderstorm that blew through Tuesday, the Concert in the Park played on and over one hundred concert goers showed up with lawn chairs in tow.

This Week’s Poll Question

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Not many people are guaranteed a permanent job without the fear of being let go, but college professors do and that is what tenure does, guarantee a permanent job regardless of job performance.

Kiwanis Club Duck Race Extravaganza

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Friday afternoon the annual Duck Race rounded out the Rodeo Parade Day events and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott went creekside for a ‘quack up’ kind of race.

A 70’s Kind of Day

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If you graduated from Sheridan High School anytime during the 70’s, you were invited out to a class reunion on Saturday.

There’s Just Something About a Harley

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The annual Wyoming state H.O.G. Rally, Harley Owners Group, was held in Sheridan over the week. The rally included poker runs, a bike show,on bike and off bike games, plus a concert and let’s not forget the rodeo.

Bed Race Brings Spectators to Their Feet

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Seven teams consisting of four runners and two riders on the beds raced down Main Street, all part of the ever-favorite Beds Along the Big Horns Bed Race which started immediately after the pancake feed on Grinnell on Friday.

Nearly 500 Runners Compete in Rodeo Run

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Starting at 8 this morning with a shot that could be heard around Sheridan, the Sheridan WYO Rodeo Parade Day began with nearly 500 runners competing in the annual Sneakers and Spurs 5K Run.