Judy Hagerott

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A Community Conversation on Poverty

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Doing more than just talking about it, this group is doing something to end poverty in Sheridan. Tuesday was a meeting of the minds of those trying to alleviate poverty in Sheridan. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott brings us the story.

Event Benefits Perkins Memorial Fund

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Jane Perkins (center) with friends

Seven years ago, a car accident ended the young life of Matt Perkins. Taking something tragic and turning it to good is what the Matt Perkins Memorial Scholarship Fund is all about and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott, brings us this story

Hebrew Bible College Begins New Classes

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A new sign on North Main advertises a Hebrew Bible College. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott brings us the story.

This Week's Poll Question

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A new coach and staff plus a new quarterback are raising the hopes of diehard Wyoming Cowboy football fans. This year's season begins on August 30th and it's about time for Wyoming Cowboy fans to have something to cheer about.

Grace Anglican Holds Back to School Blast, Splash

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For some families, it can be a financial strain on the family budget when it comes to starting a new school year. There's school supplies and tennis shoes and school clothes and hair cuts and the list goes on.

Program Features Music Therapy

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A presentation on music therapy was held in the Inner Circle of the library on Saturday. Local music therapist, Michele Folster explained what music therapy is, its history, and who it can help, but she says you have to experience it to understand it.

Where are the Volunteers?

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CHAPS, the acronym for “Children, Horses, and Adults in Partnership,” an equine assisted therapy program held a volunteer training session Saturday. The only problem...no volunteers showed up.

A Working Man's Car Show

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The 5th annual “Absaroka State Takeover” Car Show was held Saturday in the Whitney Plaza. Scott Stalick coordinated the event and tells us what this car show is all about.

This Week's Poll Question

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A little more than a week ago in Ferguson, Missouri, Michael Brown, an unarmed black teen was shot and killed by a Ferguson police officer sparking protests, often violent in that town.

A Reception for “This and That”

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An artists' reception was held for two local artists Thursday night in the Sage Exhibit Gallery in downtown Sheridan. Called “This and That,” the art exhibit features the work of Edre Maier and Sally LaBore.

Harvest Time at the Youth Garden

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Over a dozen young gardeners scoured their garden plots looking for the fruit of their labor...fresh vegetables. Thursday was the last Youth Garden Activity Day held at Sheridan College's Community Garden.

Taste of Sheridan Features Ten Vendors

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It was a food tasting festival extravaganza Sunday afternoon as hundreds showed up for the 6th annual Taste of Sheridan. Held on the infield of Thorne-Rider Park, ten local restaurants sold 'tastes' of their in-house specialties.

Sheridan County Rodeo...A Family Event

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The 34th Annual Sheridan County Rodeo took place over the weekend with over 300 contestants. Sheridan County Rodeo Board Member Wendy Neeson says this rodeo is all about reconnecting.

A Little Extra Money for Senior Center Services

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The Sheridan Senior Center held a community garage sale Saturday and Volunteer Director Nancy McKenzie says proceeds go to benefit the many Senior Center Services.

This Week's Poll Question

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In just a couple of weeks, residents of Wyoming will not have to cross state lines to play the lottery.

'Jentel Presents' Artists

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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.

Pig Wrestling Draws Crowd

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The Sheridan County Fair just wouldn't be the same, for some, without the pig wrestling event. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott went ring side to bring us the story.

This Week's Poll Question

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Within days of his appointment as Sheridan mayor, to fill the shoes of Dave Kinskey who accepted the state senate seat left vacant with the death of John Schiffer, John Heath appointed Sheridan Police Chief Rich Adriaens as his interim chief of staff.

Rockets Bursting in Air

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Chemistry was the subject and rockets were the tools at this month's “Wacky Science Program” held at the library Wednesday morning. Rockets were launched by the young chemists, some ending up on the roof of the library.

Putting Books in the Hands of Children

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There's nothing like getting your hands on a new book and the local Kiwanis Club made that possible. Since 1991, Kiwanis has provided the funding for the “Children's Book Giveaway” held at the library Wednesday.