Judy Hagerott

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Annual Dad and Daughter Dance

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Martin Luther Grammar School hosted their 2nd annual Dad and Daughter Dance Saturday night in the Exhibition Hall of the Sheridan County Fairgrounds.

Sheridan County Spelling Bee

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Saturday, 73 5th through 8th grade students, from all schools across the county, took part in the county-wide spelling bee, all with hopes to continue on to national competition.

This Week’s Poll Question

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This week’s delves into what the Constitution means by “natural born”citizens. What it says is that certain foreign born children of U.S. citizens are “natural born citizens.”

Memphis or Bust

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Flying out to Memphis today, the Melissa B Band will be competing in the International Blues Challenge this week and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott sat down with Melissa Butcher and brings us this story.

Western Film Series Presents '3:10 to Yuma'

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The long-ago Western heroes come to life on the big screen, Sunday afternoons in January, at the WYO Theater.

All part of the Classic Western Film Series, Pam Overton said the attendance has been great.

This Week’s Poll Question

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As energy prices continue to fall, the state’s financial outlook is looking dark. Solutions are being pondered by our legislative leaders including discussions on cutting school funding.

Wyoming Wilderness Association Holds Fundraiser

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A screen set amongst the humongous silver tanks in the back room of the Black Tooth Brewing Company became the backdrop for the 11th annual Backcountry Film Festival, a fundraiser for the Wyoming Wilderness Association.

An Afternoon Devoted to Janes

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Putting their heads together five years ago, Jane Wohl and Jane Perkins decided it was time to celebrate the Jane’s of the of the world.

Saturday was the 5th annual Jane Party held in the parlor of the historic Sheridan Inn.

This Week’s Poll Question

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The federal government owns nearly 640 million acres, about 28% of the land in the United States. In Wyoming, state and federal governments combined, own nearly half the acreage in the state.

Sheridan Media’s Annual Bridal Prevue

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Saturday, the atrium of the Sheridan Holiday Inn became a one-stop shop for everything wedding. Sheridan Media’s Annual Bridal Prevue featured over 20 vendors including photographers, jewelers, caterers, wedding cake makers and so much more.

Birding at the Brinton

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Over 30 bundled up birders flocked to the Brinton Museum Saturday morning to take part in a morning of bird watching.

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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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.