Judy Hagerott

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Kids Summer Art Camp

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Tuesday’s project for this week’s Summer Art Camp for kids, ages 7-12, was art journals. Held at the SAGE Community Art Center, eleven year-old Ryanne Dixon explained the process.

“Down on the Farm” Featured at Tidbit Tuesday

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A good crowd of adults and children turned out for this month’s Tidbit Tuesday at the Sheridan County Museum. Curator of Education, Shawna Michelena said Tuesday’s focus was on heirloom gardening.

This Week’s Poll Question

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Who has the last word...the government or the people? It’s a done deal, Sheridan’s water is fluoridated. The residents of Sheridan didn’t really have a choice.

What Lies Beneath

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Despite some computer issues and background traffic noise , the porch of the Sheridan County Museum turned into a presentation hall for local hydrogeologist Carrie Steinhorst during the meeting of Monday at the Museum.

This Week's Poll Question

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The President of the United States ‘tweeting,’ who would have thought of such a thing 15 years ago? But a tweeting President we have and it is his connection to the people of America, but is it below the dignity of the office?

TotSpot at the Museum

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The Sheridan County Museum began a new program called ‘TotSpot,’ geared for children ages 0-4, Tuesday morning. TotSpot is a 30 minute program combining a story time with an age appropriate activity.

Parkman Days

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An all around good time was found in Parkman, Saturday, as friends and family alike gathered to celebrate Parkman Days and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us the story.

This Week’s Poll Question

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Last Thursday, House Republicans passed the American Health Care Act replacing much of Obamacare and hopefully changing American health care for the better.

Battle Under the Big Horns

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Saturday, the weather was perfect for some 3-on-3 basketball at Scott Park in Dayton.

Take Me Out to the Ball Game

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This Week’s Poll Question

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There have been a lot of pot shots at Republicans lately, but just when was it declared open season on party members. Wednesday, at a congressional baseball team practice, a shooting took place injuring five team members.

Young Riders Rodeo

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From the Peewees all the way through to those high school Buckaroos, the Young Riders Rodeo had something for everyone and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us the story.

This Week's Poll Question

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When it comes to our national government and the officials that run it, it’s hard to figure out who we are supposed to believe.

Greenwings

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That’s the sound that echoed across the grounds at the Sheridan County Sportsman Association grounds as these young ‘quackers’ tried their hands at duck calling during the Greenwings Outdoor Event on Saturday.

8th Annual ‘Walk for Life’

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Nearly 100 people showed up Saturday to participate in the 8th annual ‘Walk for Life,’ a fundraiser for the Legacy Pregnancy Center in Sheridan.

Director Maureen Metcalf explained the need for fundraising for the faith-based organization.

This Year’s Rabies Clinic

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Saturday was the final day for the annual Rabies Clinic held all week long at Kendrick Park and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us the story.

Museum Open House

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The Sheridan County Museum kicked off its summer season with an open house over Memorial Day Weekend and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us the story.

Free Fishing Day

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No license was needed Saturday as Wyoming celebrated “Free Fishing Day” across the state. The day is set aside to encourage people to get out fishing throughout the summer.

This Week's Poll Question

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Montana allows for the use of medical marijuana and Colorado legalized the recreational use of the plant, but edible marijuana might be another story for Wyoming.

This Week’s Poll Question

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We all have names; it’s our personal identity; it shapes us, even brands us for our entire life. Other times we hide behind an anonymous name, refusing to reveal who we really are.