Judy Hagerott

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Tidbit Tuesdays Come to an End

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Nearly a dozen children turned up for the final Tidbit Tuesday of the summer season despite a chilly morning.

This Week’s Poll Question

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The blue recycling dumpsters continue to be placed near residences in an effort to make Sheridan a proactive recycling community. This week’s Bank of Sheridan/Sheridan Media Poll Question asks: “What is your initial reaction to curbside recycling?”

'You Gotta Know When to Hold ‘em'

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World Series of Poker

Bringing back more than a little pocket change, Stacie Boehm came home with with a fat check after playing in the World Series of Poker earlier this year and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott brings us the story.

Big Plans for the Brinton

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Thursday, a gallery talk featuring Father Peter Powell was held and Brinton Museum Director Ken Schuster said many more are being planned.

Other plans are also in the works.

Speaker Honors 'Plains Nation'

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Father Peter J. Powell was the guest lecturer at the Brinton Museum in Big Horn, Thursday night, sharing a glimpse into the lives and beliefs of three native nations, the Crow, the Lakota, and the Cheyenne. He said, they are a holy people, a holy nation.

Nearly 60 People Took Advantage of Shred Fest

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As part of a program to prevent identity theft, the Sheridan library with AARP partnered with Secure Shred of Sheridan to give residents the opportunity Wednesday to securely dispose of any documents and records that might contain personal information.

Tuesday’s Concert in the Park

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The Sheridan Concert Band took center stage at the bandshell in Kendrick Park for the weekly Concert in the Park, Tuesday. A family-friendly outdoor concert, Diane Knutson directed the 54-member band and gave a run-down of what they played.

Taste of Sheridan Draws Crowds

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A food festival like none other, Taste of Sheridan showcases the food of area restaurants and caterers and offers attendees a taste of what they have to offer and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there feasting on some delightful samplings and brings us this report.

Identity Theft Workshops

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Two informational workshops focusing on ways to prevent identity theft and fraud were offered Monday in the Inner Circle of the Fulmer Public Library.

Taste of Sheridan Draws Crowd

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Called “Wyoming’s Largest Family Picnic,” Taste of Sheridan gives area restaurants and caterers a time to showcase their products while offering samples for the public to try.

This Week’s Poll Question

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Donald Trump, businessman, investor, television personality, author, real estate mogul and now, presidential candidate.

Sheridan County Rodeo in Full Swing

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The Sheridan County Rodeo focuses on family from beginning to end and board member Wendy Neeson described the heart of this rodeo.

Story Home Tour Deemed a Success

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From quaint cabins to modern mansions, over 150 people toured the five homes as part of the Story Home Tour last Saturday. A fundraiser for the Story Woman’s Club, tickets could be purchased for $10 which included a map for the self-guided tour to the five homes.

Trail End is Seeing an Increase in Visitation

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After a slow start in June, July’s figures show an increase in tourists visiting the Trail End State Historic Site in Sheridan for the month. Site Superintendent Cynde Georgen explained.

Farmer’s Market

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Ugliest Vegetable Contest at Sheridan Farmers Market

In celebration of National Farmers Market, the Sheridan Farmers Market offered a variety of fun activities including a pie contest, an ugliest vegetable contest and a watermelon eating competition for the kids.

SAGE National Juried Art Show

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The Sagebrush Community Art Center held its 5th annual National Juried Art Show and Thursday an artists’ reception and awards ceremony was held.

Local oil painter Pat Trout explains the process of a juried show.

Tonight’s Farmers Market

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Along with fresh fruits and vegetables available at the weekly Farmers Market in Sheridan, there’s also plenty of vendors offering homemade foods, including Carolyn Cox. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott tested her barbecue sauce and brings us the report.

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.

Tidbit Tuesday’s are a Favorite

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Over 20 children joined Sarah Ligocki, on the porch of the Sheridan County Museum to learn about cowboys gear. Ligocki is the Curator of Education and explained what Tidbit Tuesdays are all about.

Final “Monday at the Museum” Features Georgen

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Despite the gusty winds and the distinct roar of Harleys making their way to Sturgis, the porch of the Sheridan County Museum became a stage for Cynde Georgen, who talked about the 1914 trip the Kendrick Family took to Yellowstone National Park and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.