Judy Hagerott

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Telling Stories on Story

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The February meeting of the Story Historical Society was held Sunday at the Story Women’s Club in Story. Featured speaker was long-time resident, 87 year-old Jerry Johns who talked about the early cafes and restaurants during the 1920’s and 30’s. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us Story’s story.

This Week’s Poll Question

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To vaccinate or not, that seems to be the question as a measles outbreak that began in southern California has infected over 100 people nationwide.

Saturday U at Sheridan College

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Saturday was an invitation for people to join in community discussions and simply have the opportunity to sit back and think. The atrium of Sheridan College’s Whitney Academic Center became a classroom for this year’s first Saturday U, an outreach from the University of Wyoming.

Getting All Dressed Up

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Young and old got all dressed up and put on their dancing shoes for the Fire and Ice Ball and the Dads and Daughters Dance Saturday night. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott waltzed on over and brings us this story.

Love on Your Art “Fun” Raiser

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The Sheridan Inn came alive with the likes of Annie Oakley and Buffalo Bill and a whole host of attendees dressed up in their finest western attire.

Annie Oakley explains what the excitement was all about.

Where in the World is Dirlene?

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Since her spring retirement as principal of Sheridan High School, Sheridan Media has been following the adventures of Dirlene Wheeler and her husband Neil as they travel across the United States. This week, Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott touched base with the couple by phone as they travel through western Florida.

The Long Road to Independence

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It doesn’t happen very often, but for Mark Morel, Tuesday afternoon was a long-awaited step towards independence. Morel was severely injured in a car crash in 2008 and since, has been a client of RENEW in the Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) unit.

Jentel Presents Their Artists in Residency

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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 on Fifth Street in Sheridan.

Becoming a Voice for Ag

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Sunday marked the end of Wyoming Agriculture Advocacy Week for area FFA members. An educational program helping FFA leaders educate members on how to spread the word about agriculture, Nick Siddle explains.

This Week’s Poll Question

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Many low income single adults in Wyoming do not have health-care coverage. Even coverage through the Affordable Care Act is just too expensive. The federal government has offered to pick up the cost of paying for most of coverage of the low-income adults through Medicaid..

Everybody has a Story

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Here at Sheridan Media, we believe everyone has a story to tell. So as part of our expanded coverage, we plan to bring you those stories. This week, Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott found Riana Roth just north of the Wyoming border into Montana and brings you her story.

“Stick to Kindness...Trash the Bully”

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Making a difference in a positive way, School District One students in Big Horn and Tongue River Schools, are participating in a nationwide week-long anti-bullying campaign called the Great Kindness Challenge.

Students Embrace the Act of Kindness

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As part of a kindergarten through 12th grade initiative for School District One, which includes Tongue River and Big Horn Schools, students, staff, and employees have joined over 4000 schools nationwide in the Great Kindness Challenge, an anti-bullying campaign.

Wellness Festival

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Saturday, the Whitney Atrium at Sheridan College was transformed into a Wellness Festival filled with informational booths and educational sessions including nutrition, music therapy, mindfulness and bird watching.

No Other Name Like Jane

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Sunday was the annual Jane celebration held at the local senior center in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott crashed the party to bring us the report.

This Week's Poll Question

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In an effort to strengthen Wyoming’s non-discriminatory laws, Representative Cathy Connelly, a democrat from Laramie is introducing a bill that would prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identification.

Rotary Pledges 'Service above Self'

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As part of Sheridan Media’s closer look at various community organizations, Sheridan’s Rotary Club was picked this week because of its latest fundraising concert featuring dueling piano players.

Calling All 'Janes'

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A special party is going to be held at the Sheridan Senior Center this coming Sunday. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott gives us the details.

Squirrel Appreciation Day

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Today is Squirrel Appreciation Day and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott went out and asked people how they were going to show appreciation to the squirrels in their lives.

Composite Practices

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An opening reception was held Tuesday at the Martinson Gallery at Sheridan College for two Idaho artists working in two distinct mediums. Both artists are Professors of Art from Idaho State University and Exhibit Director Misty Bateman describes their work.