Judy Hagerott

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Top Brass Thrills the Crowd

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Friday night, at the First Baptist Church, the 2nd concert of a three concert Classical series featured the Billings Symphony’s Top Brass Chamber Ensemble.

An Evening with the Simpson Brothers

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(Courtesy Photo by Dave Barkan)

An Evening With the Simpson Brothers

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The Sheridan County Museum and Historical Society hosted a fundraiser to benefit the museum Thursday night at the Sheridan Holiday Inn. Dubbed as an evening of humor and historical recollections with the University of Wyoming Vice President Emeritus, Peter K. Simpson and his brother, retired U.S. Senator Alan K. Simpson, Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott stopped by and brings us this story.

Fraud Watch Presentation at the Senior Center

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A Fraud Watch program was held earlier in the month at the Sheridan Senior Center. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there to bring us the report.

This Week’s Poll Question

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The Constitution, “the Supreme law of the land,” was written ‘defines the rights of American citizens and sets limits on what government can and cannot do.” It protects our rights as well as establishing a checks and balances in our government.

First Day Hike a Tremendous Success

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With temperatures hovering around a brisk 15 degrees and 50-plus in attendance, the First Ever First Day Hike hosted by the Trail End Museum was a success on Friday, the 1st of January.

Bringing in New Year’s With a Bang

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The Whiz Bang Fireworks Stand on the north side of Sheridan was a busy place as people planned on kicking off the New Year with a bang.

Owner Carl Geertz said it’s a tradition that came from the South.

Rockin’ in the New Year at the Senior Center

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Nobody can hold a candle to the Sheridan Senior Center when it comes to having a party, especially on New Year’s Eve.

The Senior Center held its annual New Year’s Eve at Noon Celebration complete with music, hats, noise makers and and toast at noon.

Special Events Coming Up at the Library

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Fulmer Library Program Coordinator Christina Schmidt was a recent guest on our news talk show Public Pulse earlier this week and shared what’s in store for the library in January.

Tips for Planning Next Year’s Vacation

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Dirlene Wheeler was a recent visitor on our news talk show Public Pulse. Sharing her adventures during her recent year-long travel across the country with her husband Neil, she offered these travel tips for those planning vacations this next year.

A Packed House for Dining for a Cause

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UPDATE- The total raised for Monday night's Dining for a Cause fundraiser was $11,298.67.

If animals could sing, the dogs and cats at our local animal shelter would be howling and meowing it up in a grateful tune for what was happening at Frackelton’s Monday night and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott brings us the story.

Free Skate Draws Crowds

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No Christmas break doldrums, last week the Whitney Rink began offering open skating during the holiday break and hundreds turned out for the free event.

Tarra Donahue said it gives the community something to do during the holiday break.

Bird Count Coming Up Tuesday

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The Bighorn Audubon Society is hosting the second of two Christmas Bird Counts on Tuesday. The count will be held in the Big Horn/Story area and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott met with coordinator Ariel Downing to bring us the story.

Musicians Day Off

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For some, the day after Christmas is spent looking for all the half off Christmas sales, for others, it’s a time spent cleaning up from all the holiday chaos, but for Ariel Downing, she’s declared the day to be “Musicians Day Off” and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott brings us the story.

Looking at Next Year’s Season for the Museum

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Sunday marked the season end for the Sheridan County Museum, but the work is never ending for museum director John Woodward.

New plans and goals are in store for next year, he said.

Celebrating the Tuba

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It was standing room only in the atrium of the Sheridan Holiday Inn Saturday, for the annual Tuba Christmas. A world-wide event, this year marked the 42nd annual event as the low brass instruments were upfront and center stage.

This Week’s Poll Question

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They’ve guarded and greeted visitors as they enter Kendrick Park for decades. Placed at the park’s entrance in 1919, they’ve been shot at, stolen, and Sheridan’s harsh winter weather has taken it’s toll on them.

A New Owner for Roosters

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We’ve been reporting about the transition going on at Roosters, Sheridan’s very own Bible book store. We left off with former owner Michele Halseide retiring and new owner Niki Warnke taking over.

Look at the Birdie

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Counting our winter resident fine feathered friends, volunteers from the Sheridan area participated in the 116th annual Christmas Bird Count on Saturday. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott caught up with this bevy of birders.

A New Season For Roosters

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Friday, Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott began to tell the story of Michele Halseide as she makes that decision to retire from owning a small business and Hagerott continues where she left off.