Judy Hagerott

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Campground Crowd Enjoys Party

Rod and Marcella Mathill (Photo by Judy Hagerott)

For the hundreds of people coming to town for the Big Horn Country USA Country Music Festival, finding a place to stay might be a problem. Wildflower Campground was set up for just the occasion and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott stopped by to bring us the report.

Artist Reception Held for Morel

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An artist's reception was held Thursday for painter Mark Morel and friends on the mezzanine at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library. Morel is a RENEW client, works at Home Depot and loves painting.

Big Horn Country USA Kicks Off Today

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(Photo by Judy Hagerott)

Big Horn Country USA, a three-day camping and country music festival starts this afternoon. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott stopped by the Trails End Concert Park Wednesday afternoon to see how things were shaping up and brings us this report.

Y Offers Community Bible School

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Monday was the kick-off of the week-long Community Vacation Bible School held at Sheridan's YMCA. Inflatables, snacks, games, teaching, the theme this year is "Son" Treasure Island.

This Week's Poll Question

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The athletic department of the University of Wyoming is making its wish list known. It is asking for 5 million dollars to help it become more competitive in the Mountain West region. Three million would be slated for “competitive success” and two million for “staff development.”

Center Hosts 'Walk for Life'

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Legacy Executive Director Maureen Metcalf

Legacy Pregnancy Center's “Walk for Life” went on as planned in spite of the rainy weather Saturday. One of its major fundraising events of the year, Executive Director of Legacy, Maureen Metcalf says it's also a celebration.

Rain Doesn't Deter Walkers

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Early morning rain didn't deter walkers who participated in the 1st annual Ken Mellinger Foundation Memorial 5K Walk and Father's Day's weekend provided the perfect backdrop for the event. Jessica Mellinger explains.

Exhibit Offers Watercolors Galore

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An artists' reception was held Tuesday night featuring the work of the Senior Center's watercolor class. Held in the Inner Circle of the library, there are over 80 pieces of artwork on display, all created by the students of Gail Sidletsky.

This Week's Poll Question

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U.S. lawmakers will begin hearings this week looking into the prisoner exchange of Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl for five Guantanomo Bay Taliban detainees. Lawmakers from both parties are concerned over the White House's failure to let Congress know before the prisoner swap.

Tours Offer Glimpse of Ucross Area

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The Piney Creek “Unbarred” tour and Historic Preservation Workshop were the signature events for the Alliance for Historic Wyoming held at Ucross on Saturday.

Show Features SAGE Artists

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An artists' reception was held Thursday night for members of the local Sheridan Artists Guild, whose paintings and other works of art are currently on display and for sale at the SAGE Exhibit Gallery.

Chamber Moves to Better Serve Community

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The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce held an open house Wednesday to introduce its new office space in Historic Downtown Sheridan. Dixie Johnson, CEO of the chamber says the move gives the chamber more space.

Jentel Presents

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The monthly meeting of “Jentel Presents” was held Tuesday evening featuring five artists from across the nation. A ceramic historian, a poet, a metal smith and a mixed media artist joined Lisa Beth Robinson, all presenting their work.

Museum Kicks-Off Summer Season

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The Sheridan County Museum held their annual open house this weekend to kick off the summer season, but also to give back to the community. Museum Director John Woodward...

Color Splash Offers Fun Dash

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The Color Splash Fun Dash added a little color to Kendrick Park Saturday and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this report.

This Week's Poll Question

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Hospice care is a special healthcare option for patients and families faced with a terminal illness. It's for those people who are critically ill and have six months or less to live and the goal is to alleviate suffering and manage symptoms. Sheridan currently does not have a hospice facility.

Hundreds Show for Sheridan Parade

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For many, Memorial Day is just another three-day weekend. But for the scores of people that lined Main Street, it means much more. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this report.

This Week's Poll Question

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For many, cell phones have become our lives, storing photos, call and text messages, even financial data and Internet searches, most of our personal information.

Graduates Embark on New Phase

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Even though it didn't begin until one, parents and friends started arriving as early as eleven Sunday morning to mark their territory to celebrate the graduation ceremonies at Sheridan High School.

Headed to the Heronry

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The rain held back as over two dozen kids and parents met with Sarah Mentock to watch the blue herons nesting near Brundage Lane Tuesday afternoon.

This was the 2nd in a week-long series to get families unplugged from technology and get outside for some family fun.