Judy Hagerott

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Down Syndrome Awareness Day

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Saturday was World Down Syndrome Awareness Day and a first-ever “meet and greet” was held at the YMCA for family and friends of those with Down Syndrome in this area.

Making Dreams Come True With a Little Work

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Grace Moore has her eyes set on her goal and she is making it happen one kool-aid at a time. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott brings us her story.

“Creating Happiness One Arrow at a Time”

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Archery with a purpose, that’s what Eric Nations is doing through Nationswide Sports, a new archery facility in Sheridan. Located on Broadway, Nations says archery is a great way to reach out to the youth of the community.

“Run ‘Til You’re Green” Fun Run

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Saturday was the “Run Til Your Green” Fun Run held at Kendrick Park and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.

Bird Banding Featured at the YMCA’s Soup Fest

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Dusty Downey, Education Manager for Audubon Rockies, was the featured speaker at this month’s Soup Fest held at the Sheridan YMCA. His topic for the luncheon was “Bird Banding.”

This Week’s Poll Question

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This year’s legislative session has come to a close. For some lawmakers, it was both disappointing and satisfying with bills being passed and others defeated.

2015 Home and Garden Show

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This weekend saw a packed crowd as people turned out for the 37th annual Big Horn Home Builders Association held in the Sheridan Holiday Inn and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.

Annual 4-H Carnival

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The Exhibit Hall at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds became a retreat of madness and mayhem, but isn’t that what kids enjoy best?

A Fundraiser by Women and for Women

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Supporting educational opportunities for women, the Philanthropic Educational Organization or P-E-O, held its 7th annual fundraiser called “Get Out and Shop.”

Another Successful Fundraiser for the Homeless Shelter

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Hundreds turned out Thursday night for the 7th annual “Empty Bowl” fundraiser, all to support the local Sheridan Community Shelter. Twenty-one different soups and chilis were available for attendees to choose from with unlimited refills.

Adventurer Showcases Vietnam's Caves

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Mark Jenkins, contributing writer to The National Geographic Magazine and writer-in-residency at the University of Wyoming presented a program called Vietnam Underground, Wednesday night, in the Early Auditorium of the Sheridan Junior High School and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.

This Week’s Poll Question

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A bill that would have raised lawmaker’s daily pay from $150 a day to $175 starting in 2019, failed in the House on Wednesday sparking this week’s Poll Question which asks: “Should the have given itself a $25 a day raise?”

The Food Group Taco Fest

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Using her nose, Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott followed the smell of fresh tacos all the way to the community college in Sheridan to brings us this story.

Pheasants Forever Annual Banquet

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A sell-out crowd filled the Exhibit Hall at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds Saturday for the annual fundraising banquet of the Sheridan and Johnson County Chapters of Pheasants Forever.

Community Volunteering Day

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Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Big Horns teamed up with Americorps to host a community day of volunteering on Saturday. Working on a new Habitat home on Poplar Trail in Sheridan, the crews caulked and painted, moving closer to finishing the new home for a new Habitat family.

Mysteries of the Invisible Life

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This month’s Science Saturday gave children the opportunity to take a look at the invisible world. Ami Erickson, Dean of Science and Ag at Sheridan College, explained what the children were doing.

Wild West Wine Fest

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The Downtown Sheridan Association held its 16th annual Wild West Wine Fest at the Elk’s Lodge in downtown Sheridan Friday night.

Director Beth Holsinger said the event is one of the organization’s major fundraisers.

This Week’s Poll Question

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Gun Free Zones, like those around schools are coming under closer scrutiny by the U.S. Congress. Some argue that Gun Free Zones are an open invitation for criminals to enter vulnerable environments where law-abiding citizens who aren’t able to protect themselves.

Tongue River Child’s Place Fundraiser

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The Tongue River Child’s Place held their largest fundraiser of the year at the Ranchester Town Hall Saturday night. A night of dinner and dancing, plus raffles and a silent auction an overflow crowd.

K-Life Hosts Dodgeball Tournament

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If you like dodgeball, Sheridan High School was the place to be Saturday. K-Life, a Christian youth program for kids in grades 3-12, hosted a dodgeball tournament with all proceeds going to help K-Life.