Judy Hagerott

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This Week's Poll Question

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Forty-five states have adopted the Common Core Standards in education, including Wyoming. The one-size-fits-all curriculum is supposed to communicate clearly what's expected of students, grades K-12.

This Week's Poll Question

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A new year will begin this week along with the typical New Year's resolutions like losing weight, paying off bills, or simply eating healthier. What's yours?

Sheridan County Museum Hosts Holiday Open House

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The Sheridan County Museum hosted a holiday open house over the weekend featuring free admission and discounts in the museum store.
Music, holiday treats, crafts for the kids and the annual reading of local author Craig Johnson's Christmas story.

This Week's Poll Question

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For most, the Christmas shopping is done and the presents are under the tree, all wrapped and ready to go. Anticipating what's in those presents is half the fun.

Upfront and Center Stage

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It's becoming a Sheridan tradition as over a hundred music lovers filled the Sheridan Holiday Inn's atrium Saturday, to enjoy the 14th annual Sheridan Tuba Christmas.

Obesity in Wyoming...It's a Growing Problem

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Georgia Boley

One in four Wyoming residents are obese, pushing the scales far beyond simply being overweight. Monday night in the Science Center at Sheridan College, Registered Dietitian Georgia Boley presented the program “Hunger and Obesity...Making the Connection.”

Foundation Founder Lights-up Ucross

Ucross Foundation founder, Raymond Plank

When you think of Ucross, Wyoming, for most people, the first thing that comes to mind is fireworks, but the Christmas celebration that took place there Saturday, might just change those perceptions. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.

The Poll Question of the Week

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We all like our privacy and expect others to honor our boundaries. But when it comes down to social media and students, just how far can schools go when looking into student's private lives?

Church Bake Sale Draws Crowd

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Saturday was the 5th annual 1st United Methodist Gingerbread Cookie House, a fundraiser to help support their building modernization. Organizer Kimberly Hein explains what the money raised will be used for.

Gallery Holds Winter Art Show, Sale

An artists' reception was held Thursday night at the SAGE Exhibit Gallery, showcasing the work of members of the Sheridan Artist's Guild.

21st Annual Festival of Trees was held Saturday

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Saturday, the Sheridan Inn became the host site for the Festival of Trees, a fundraiser for Sheridan and Johnson County Special Olympics. The Inn became a winter wonderland as trees and wreathes of every color and shape filled the rooms bringing with them, a special kind of magic.

It was an Old-Fashioned Open House at the Mansion

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Sunday evening closed out the annual holiday Open House at the Trail End State Historic Site. Often called Kendrick Mansion, the museum came alive with the sights, sounds, and scents of Christmas from the early 1900's.

The Community Holiday Dinner Becomes a Tradition for Many

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Hundreds stood in line at the Sheridan Holiday Inn, waiting for the minutes to tick down to 4 o'clock, the time to begin Sheridan's 23rd annual Community Holiday Dinner.

Erin DeFries heads up the event.

This Week's Poll Question

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Not many people like to lose and when a football team continually loses, like many years in a row, loses, there's got something wrong. The University of Wyoming Cowboys just can't seem to have a winning season.

Christmas at the Kalif

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Saturday was the annual Kalif Shrine's Kids Christmas Party held at the Kalif Center on Loucks Street. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott stopped by and brings us this story.

Trees of Love were Lit Sunday

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It was a time of remembrance, but also a time for Sheridan's Memorial Hospital Auxiliary to host its annual Trees of Love fundraiser.

Retrospective/New Prospective Show at the Sagebrush Art Center

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The bitter cold didn't deter the crowd that showed up for an artists' reception held at Sagebrush Art Center Friday night. Called “Retrospective/New Prospective,” it which features the work of four Sheridan County artists.

The Poll Question of the Week

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Sisters fight, that's not unusual. But when it's the Cheney sisters that are at odds, it becomes headline material.

Kicking Off the Christmas Season

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Friday night was the 18th annual Christmas Stroll in historic downtown Sheridan and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.

Turkey Trot is a Great Thanksgiving Day Tradition

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It was the 35th annual Turkey Trot Thursday morning at Kendrick Park.