Judy Hagerott

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Yellowstone or Bust

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Woodland Park School held their Christmas program, “Christmas Critters” Thursday and the 5th grade class took advantage of the crowd by setting up a table in the entrance selling Christmas treats.

The Sounds of Christmas

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A Ucross Kind of Christmas

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The second annual community Christmas celebration was held in the Raymond Plank Creative Center at the park in Ucross. Christmas goodies, hot chocolate, music, crafts for the kids, the lighting of 24,000 lights covering the trees in the park all ending with a fireworks display.

“Celebration of Life”

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A ceremony honoring those who have died and those who cared for them was hosted by Hospice of the Big Horns on Sunday afternoon. Ann Aksamit, manager of hospice, says the “Celebration of Life” expresses community.

Christmas Treats by the Pound

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For all those who are running out of time to do all that Christmas baking, the 1st United Methodist Church had a room full of Christmas goodies galore. Thousands of cookies and candies were available for sale at $6 a pound, all to help with their building project.

This Week's Poll Question

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There's always going to be differences among us and you have to wonder why we can't just get along? This prompts this weeks Bank of Sheridan/Sheridan Media Poll Question: “How would you rate current race relations in the United States?”

"The Night Before Christmas"

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Sheridan Stationary was hopping Saturday and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott stopped by and brings us this story.

“Retrospective”

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The Retrospective Invitational Art Show is on display at the Sagebrush Community Art Center located in the Sheridan's Old Train Depot on Fifth Street.

Recognizing great artists from our area, Edre Maier says this is a show you don't want to miss.

Where in the World is Dirlene?

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Sheridan Media has been following the journey of Dirlene and Neil Wheeler as they travel the country after her retirement from Sheridan High School. It's been six months and every week brings with a new adventure. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott found them in Florida.

Sheridan College Piano Students Take the Stage

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The music department at Sheridan College presented their fall semester instrumental recital Thursday afternoon in the music room at the college.

For students, this counts as 15% of their final grade. Music instructor Jan Ambler explains.

Aftermath of Pearl Harbor-Part 2

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Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott continues the story of the days following the Pearl Harbor attack. Ninety-one year old survivor Mel Heckman was sent to a hospital in the United States after receiving burns from a bomb. We pick up the story after Heckman returns to Pearl Harbor, two weeks later.

The Aftermath of Pearl Harbor

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Mel Heckman

December 7th was the anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, but what happened in the days after the attack? Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott visited with Mel Heckman, a Pearl Harbor survivor and brings us this story.

Festival of Trees

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The Sheridan College Whitney Academic Center Atrium took on a festive flair as the 22nd annual "Festival of Trees," one of the larger fundraisers for the Special Olympics athletes of Sheridan and Johnson County was held there Monday night.

Santa at the Shrine

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Hundreds of children got the chance to visit with Santa at the annual Kalif Shrine Christmas Party held at the Kalif Shrine Temple on Loucks Street. Balloons, plus a free lunch of hotdogs and chips, and a stocking from Santa's elves kept everyone happy.

This Week's Poll Question

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Ray Rice recently has been reinstated to the NFL after being indefinitely suspended for most of the season after knocking his then- fiancee unconscious with a left hook to the head in and elevator in Atlantic City.

Trees of Love

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A tradition that started in 1988, the Memorial Hospital Auxiliary celebrated its "Trees of Love" fundraiser and open house on Sunday.

The four large spruce trees on the hospital lawn are lit each year with lights serving a special purpose.

Holiday Open House Held at Trail End Site

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The Trail End State Historic Site came alive with the sights and sounds of Christmas this past weekend. Fully decorated from top to bottom, the Trail End, where the Kendrick Mansion is lodated drew a crowd.

Community Holiday Dinner

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The attendance at the 24th annual Community Holiday Dinner surpassed expectations as hundreds gathered at the Sheridan Holiday Inn for a free turkey dinner with all the trimmings.

Show Features Local Harpist

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Arlys Condos (Courtesy Photo)

A self-taught harper, now that's a rare find, especially in these parts of Wyoming. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott found this harp player who debuts tonight as the Civic Theater Guild presents “Christmas at the Carriage House and brings us this story.

SheridanAires Presented 'Sweater Weather' Christmas Show

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It was standing room only for Thursday's matinee featuring the Sheridan Senior Center's SheridanAires, the Center's choir.