Judy Hagerott

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First ‘Unplugged’ of the Year

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Co-hosted by the Sheridan Community Land Trust and Science Kids, Unplugged, the creative monthly outdoor education program for families met for the first time on Sunday.

Sarah Mentock of Science Kids explained the program.

This Week’s Poll Question

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President Obama will soon be visiting Hiroshima, the first city to be hit with an atomic bomb. The first sitting president to visit the site of the first atomic bombing, the trip is planned to emphasize the friendly ties built between one-time enemies.

Walk to End Alzheimer’s

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Wednesday evening over 20 brave souls faced the brisk winds beating down on Sheridan, participating in the ‘Walk to End Alzheimer’s.

Stella Montano coordinated the event and said the walk served two purposes.

2nd Annual Biker Bash and Rodeo

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The dust was flying at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds as the Iron Brotherhood Motorcycle Club got on their steel horses and put on the 2nd annual Biker Bash and Rodeo.

Hot and Cold for Science Saturday

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The attendance for this month’s Science Saturday was down but the kids there were treated to some fun experiments using carbon dioxide.

Sheridan College Chemistry Instructor Rob Milne gave a run-down of what the young scientists were in for.

This Week’s Poll Question

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Everyone has to eat and at one time there was a sales tax on the food we buy. With the budget crunch facing the state’s economy, a few extra tax dollars couldn’t hurt.

Advancements for Local Cadets

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The Cloud Peak Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol held a special ceremony Thursday night, recognizing the promotion of several cadets, including two for the first time.

Senior Member Captain Jeff Baum explained what the cadet program is.

The National Day of Prayer

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Close to 40 people gathered at City Hall for a time of prayer and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there.

Safe Kids Day

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Celebrating kids and helping families to take action to make every kid a safe kid was the theme for Saturday’s Safe Kids Day at Sheridan’s YMCA.

Bounce for Charity Day

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Jousting, an obstacle course, slides, bounce houses, plus games, music, and food, Saturday the Sheridan Wesleyan Church was the place to be for fun.

An Overwhelming Show of Community Support

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Thursday evening, the crowd surpassed one thousand for VOA’s Empty Bowl Fundraiser, and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us the story.

This Week’s Poll Question

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Illegal immigrants make up over five percent of our labor force with Nevada, California, Texas, Florida, Iowa, and New Jersey holding the highest shares. Half the number of illegal immigrants come from Mexico.

“Show and Shine” Race Car Show

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Saturday, race car enthusiasts showed up in droves to take a look at and meet the drivers for this year’s race season and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us the story.

Celebrating Arbor Day

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Saturday, the City of Sheridan celebrated Arbor Day with an assortment of events which included a tree climbing exhibition, a tree pruning workshop, installing interpretive signs at the arboretum near Kendrick Mansion and a tree planting in Kendrick Park.

Beyond the Picket Fence Market

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What started in a little red shed has now grown to fill two buildings at the Fairgrounds. Beyond the Picket Fence Market was held Saturday filling the Exhibit Hall and Pavillion buildings.

All About Soil

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Saturday was another Tidbit Saturday at the Sheridan County Museum. Geared for children 4-10, Education Curator Shawna Michelena does her best to to keep the kids interested.

Meet the Artist Program at the Brinton

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Sunday afternoon, the Brinton Museum, as part of its ‘Meet the Artist Program, hosted Henry Real Bird of the Crow nation and former Montana Poet Laureate. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us his story.

This Week’s Poll Question

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Due to declining revenues, Sheridan County is facing budget cuts, but should those cuts be applied across the board, with everyone having to tighten their belts?

Wyoming’s Red Desert: A Century of Conservation History

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The ‘Barn in Big Horn’ became a lecture hall as author and guest speaker Eric Molvar talked about conservation efforts in the Red Desert of Southwest Wyoming.

Growing the Perfect Tomato

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Saturday at Landon’s Greenhouse, Janelle Gray taught a class on “Growing the Perfect Tomato to nearly a dozen gardening enthusiasts. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.