Judy Hagerott

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The Joys of Campground Life

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From a hayfield to a campground, Wildflower Campground has sprouted up for the last couple of years, all to provide RV space for Bighorn Country USA. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.

Checking in with the Professional Campers from Cody

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They call themselves the “Professional Campers from Cody” and have quite the camp set-up at Wildflower Campground. Big RV’s with all the bells and whistles, plus they brought along a large grill and a oven.

Managing Wildflower Campground

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Campground Manager Shelley Erhardt

Shelley Erhardt of Sheridan saw an opportunity to make a little extra money and jumped at the chance and is now the manager of the Wildflower Campground, a campsite set up for the Bighorn Country USA Music Festival.

Lawn Chair Race Kicks off Big Horn Mountain USA

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Concert goers were there early, lawn chairs in tow, waiting in line for the Lawn Chair Race to find their best seats for the Bighorn Country USA Music Festival and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.

This Past Weekend’s Little Miss Wyoming Pageant

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Nearly 100 girls from across the state were in Sheridan this past weekend to compete in the Little Miss Wyoming Pageant.

“Dining for a Cause” Draws Full House

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UPDATE: Monday's "Dining for a Cause" at Frackelton's raises over $8,500 for the Big Horn Mountain Festival.

Saturday’s “Walk for Life”

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Nearly 100 walkers showed up on Saturday for Legacy Pregnancy Center’s annual “Walk for Life” a family-friendly walk to help support the center and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.

Powder River Days

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The 4th annual Powder River Days was held over the weekend at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds. A ranch roping and ranch horse competition, organizer Amy Vineyard says this rodeo is not your professional timed rodeo competition you see during the summer.

Flag Day?

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Sunday, June 14th was Flag Day, a day held to honor our American Flag and commemorate its adoption on June 14th, 1777.

We sent out Sheridan Media’s roving reporter, Judy Hagerott, to ask people their thoughts on Flag Day.

This Week’s Poll Question

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Some say it would streamline the process for trade agreements between our country and other nations, others would say that giving the President the ultimate power to negotiate these trade agreements is unconstitutional and promotes a lack of transparency in our government.

Fairground Arenas in Good Hands

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Several times in the last few weeks, the sudden downpours have turned the fairground arenas into a massive mess of mud, but the shows must go on. For the maintenance crew there, the work has been nonstop.

Wildflowers Will be Displaying Their Splendor

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This year, with all the moisture the area is receiving, is proving to become a banner year for wildflowers. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott visited with Susie Douglas with the Bighorn Mountain Forest Service to bring us this story.

Discovering the Artist Within

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The Sagebrush Community Art Center held an “Uncorked” Workshop Wednesday night, featuring the step-by-step instruction of local artist Sonja Caywood. Teaching beginning painters, Caywood says artists are born at the Uncorked sessions.

Observe Safety Precautions While in the Forest

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Safety is important while spending time in the high country, especially during this time of thunderstorm activity. Susie Douglas, Public Affairs Specialist with the Bighorn National Forest, offers these safety precautions.

Growing the Next Generation of Wilderness Leaders

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Kate Seymour (photo by Judy Hagerott)

The Young Ambassadors for Wilderness otherwise known as YAW is in its second year and participation has doubled from last. A statewide leadership program to develop the next generation of wilderness leaders, Kate Seymour directs the program and explains.

Volunteer Dog Walkers Making a Difference

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For those dogs staying at the Sheridan Dog and Cat Shelter, it’s the volunteer dog walkers that make a difference in their lives. Debie Crawford, Shelter Director, says it’s a labor of love.

Hospital Cafeteria Food is Something to Brag About

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Incredible food at incredible prices, that’s the boast of Sheridan County Memorial Hospital’s cafeteria and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott went to check it out and brings us this story.

This Week’s Poll Question

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The competition is heating up as more Republican Presidential nominees enter the political race prompting this week’s Bank of Sheridan/Sheridan Media Poll Question which asks: “Who do you favor for the Republican Presidential nomination?”:

Ben Carson

Time to Get Those Gardens In

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Scott Hininger

Traditionally, gardeners start planting right around Memorial Day, but Scott Hininger, University of Wyoming Extension Educator says frost remains a threat.

He says some plants need warm nights.

Rabies Clinic Off to Great Start

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The annual Dog and Cat Shelter Rabies Clinic began Tuesday and according to Shelter Director Debie Crawford, by midway through the first day the participation was great.