Judy Hagerott

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Spring Run-Off at Kendrick Park

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Trout Unlimited hosted its first-ever Spring Runoff and Mayfly Festival at Kendrick Park on Saturday. Nick Haderlie is president of the local organization and explained its purpose.

This Week's Poll Question

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President Trump has worn the victim’s hat for several weeks now and with numerous accusations continually hurled at him, it’s a wonder figuring out just what is true or not.

This Week's Poll Question

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Seems like President Trump has a weekly mandate to rock the news world. This last week’s highlight was Trump’s firing of his FBI Director prompting this week’s Poll Question.

Moms Talk About Mother’s Day

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We sent Sheridan Media’s roving reporter, Judy Hagerott, out on the streets of Sheridan to see what moms want most on Mother’s Day. Is it any surprise that their answers focused most on their kids.

Construction Technology at Sheridan College

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As Sheridan College celebrates the end of another school year with graduation on Sunday, Sheridan Media finishes its coverage of the tech programs there as Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott brings us this story on the Construction Technology Program.

This Week’s Poll Question

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Are the people of Wyoming being ‘nickeled and dimed’ to death or should everyone help to pay their part are two viewpoints at looking at this week’s poll question.

The Carnival is Here

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Perfect weather helped the local Kalif Shriners kick off the first of its kind carnival on Thursday, with everything you’d expect to find: the rides, games, and food. Shriner Joe Schwartz explained.

The Diesel Technology Program at Sheridan College

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Continuing our coverage of the tech programs available at Sheridan College, Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott brings us this story on the Diesel Technology Program there.

This Week's Poll Question

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Not required by law to release his tax returns, President Trump is the first president since the 1970’s to not release them to the public.

Celebrating Earth Day on Grinnell Plaza

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An Earth Day Celebration was held on Grinnell Plaza Saturday and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us the story.

Focusing on Earth Day at Tidbit Saturday

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A dozen children turned out for the Tidbit Saturday program at the Sheridan County Museum on Saturday and the morning was given over to the birds.

Taking a Closer Look at a Bug’s World

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This month’s Science Saturday’s focus was on bugs and had kids exploring the their world. Held at Sheridan College, Emily Woolley, a student there, was helping with the program and explained what the children were doing.

This Week’s Poll Question

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President Trump, in response to Syria’s blatant and unlawful use of chemical weapons against its own people, ordered a targeted military air strike against the same airfield from which the chemical weapons were launched.

This Week's Poll Question

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Health insurance is not an option anymore and Obama Care was supposed to be the promised answer for all, but that promise has turned into the perfect failure.

This Week’s Poll Question

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Congressional delegates seem to have a lot of down time when not serving the people that put them in office.

A Lot of Buzz About Bees

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Sunday afternoon, Landon’s Greenhouse hosted a workshop all about bees from selecting your hive to harvesting your honey. Presenter Peter Veinbergs, heads up the landscape crew at Landon’s and said there’s lots of reasons people own beehives.

This Week's Poll Question

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Is it Spring forward and Fall back or the other way around, Fall forward, Spring back? It gets confusing sometimes, especially when you forget to turn your clocks forward or back and end up late or early.

A Feast Fit for a King at a Pauper’s Price

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Looking at the large number of certificate programs available at Sheridan College, Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott brings us this story on Culinary Arts Program.

The Cookies are In

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It’s Girl Scout Week and yes, those cookies have arrived, but Girl Scouts is so much more than cookies according to Unit Manager Jean Harm.

This Week’s Poll Question

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Remember being a kid and looking forward to the summer off. Will summers off for our kids be shortened?