Judy Hagerott

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The Pow Wow Tradition Continues

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Wednesday, the grounds of the Historic Sheridan Inn was filled with Native American dancers celebrating their Pow Wow traditions. Coordinator Truman Ropes Good said this was a prelude to the 2nd annual First People’s Pow Wow coming up on Friday.

Carnival Opens

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In addition to the Sheridan WYO Rodeo, the carnival opened up Wednesday night with all the sights, sounds, and smells of carnival time.

Concert in Park Features Top Guitarist

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Joey Leone

Tuesday was a big night in Kendrick Park starting with the ever-popular Boot Kick-Off followed by the Concert in the Park.

A Traditional 4th at the Equestrian Center

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Self-Proclaimed Rednecks at the Equestrian Center

Following the steady stream of cars heading south of Sheridan and they ended up at the Big Horn Equestrian Center near Big Horn for the annual largest fireworks extravaganza in northern Wyoming.

Returning the Spark to Ranchester Fireworks

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The 4th of July celebration was focused around community in Ranchester on Saturday. Mayor Peter Clark says it’s time to bring back a tradition.

KARZ Club Car Show

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Cars of every color, age, and design filled Main Street and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott brings us this story.

Big Horn Mountain Music Festival

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The 11th Annual Big Horn Mountain Music Festival kicks off next Friday, July 10th, at the Johnson County Fairgrounds in Buffalo. The three-day festival will include folk, bluegrass, old-timey and Americana music with headliners John Anderson and Marty Stuart.

Antelope Butte Summer Festival Coming Soon

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The 2nd annual Antelope Butte Summer Festival will take place July 17th thru the 19th at the Antelope Butte Ski and Recreation Area.

Sheridan Cowgirls Rodeo

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The pounding of hoof prints kicking up arena dust was the steady beat for Thursday night’s Sheridan Cowgirls Rodeo. Over 50 contestants saddled up to participate in barrel racing, pole bending, goat tying, team roping and steer stopping at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds.

Forty Years of Fireworks

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

This family business has been in operation for the past 40 years and continues to explode. Whiz Bang Fireworks, found on the north side of town, near Kmart continues to do a booming business and Mariah Geertz says the entire family pitches in.

“Yellowstone has Teeth”

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Marjane Ambler

A presentation entitled “Creating Community in a Hostile Environment” was given by Marjane Ambler, Wednesday night in the Inner Circle of the Fulmer Public Library.

Wyoming Wednesday Features Kim Fuka

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Kim Fuka reading some cowboy poetry.

Wyoming Wednesday is an hour long program held at the Information Center in Sheridan each Wednesday through July. Wednesday morning’s presenter was Kim Fuka, who talked about Sheridan’s early military and Native American history.

“A Portrait in Place” Exhibit

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An artists’ reception was held Tuesday night in the Ucross Foundation Art Gallery near Clearmont featuring the ‘land art’ of the foundation. Called “A Portrait in Place,” the exhibit features the work of six artists who have recently been artists-in-residency at Ucross.

The Language of Sustainability Pop-Up Art Show

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A public reception was held Monday evening at the Sheridan Fulmer Library featuring the informational artwork from the national organization, Lexicon of Sustainability.

Battle Under the Big Horns

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The hot weather didn’t slow down the basketball players Saturday, as they battled it out beneath the nets in Dayton.

Soldier Ridge Trail Clean-Up

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A good number of volunteers showed up Saturday morning to help spruce up the Soldier Ridge Trail, just west of Sheridan.

Stock Car Racing Weekend Extravaganza

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Midland, South Dakota driver, Clint Jensen

Friday night began a three-day Wyoming Motorsports Extravaganza featuring mud bog and stock car racing and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.

Relay for Life 2015

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This year’s Relay for Life for Sheridan took place Friday evening at Kendrick Park. The annual event is a fundraiser that benefits cancer research.

This Week’s Poll Question

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The Confederate flag, some believe it represents southern heritage while others believe it stands for racism.

Dodgeball, Anyone?

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Each Wednesday, through the summer, a workout takes place during the noon hour at one of the city parks in Sheridan. Called Sheridan ParkFit Community Workout, everyone is invited to join as activities change weekly.