Archive - Apr 2018

April 28th

G&F Extends Wildlife Area Closure

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has announced that they are extending the winter range closure of the Amsden Creek Wildlife Habitat Management Area near Dayton.

April 27th

Sheridan in 'Impressive' Position in Magazine Poll

To be one of the top 20 nominees for an award from readers of USA Today magazine is an impressive feat.

A Look Back in Time: April 28, 1918

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on April 28, 1918.

Santosha Yoga Weekend Workshop

On Friday evening, the Santosha Yoga studio had their first session out of four. This spring workshop happens once a year. This years focus was on opposite styles of yoga, from Yin Yoga, which is slower and more gradual, to Yang Yoga which focuses on strength and agility.

Banff Mountain Film Festival Visits The WYO Theatre

The WYO Theater hosted the Banff Film Festival on Tuesday evening. According to Heidi Davidson, Marketing and Outreach Director for the Wyoming Wilderness Association (WWA), they have been bringing Banff to the WYO for many years now.

Analysis: Friess Chooses National Issues for Governor’s Race Announcement

Foster Friess (Andrew Graham/WyoFile) Jackson based GOP megadonor Foster Friess announced his candidacy for governor recently following a wide-ranging and seemingly unscripted speech at the Wyoming Republican Party Convention.

Bunting: Advocate for Children Every Day

2018 Champion for Children Sheryl Bunting. (Photo by Pat Blair)

This year's Compass Champion for Children said we should be advocating for children every month and every day.

Compass About More than CASA

Past and present Compass board members stand for recognition during the breakfast. (Photo by Pat Blair)

In 2017, CASA volunteers served 147 children in need of help for abuse and neglect in Sheridan County.

Sheryl Bunting Named Compass Champion for Children

Sheryl Bunting speaks at Compass breakfast after being named 2018 Champion for Children. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Deputy County Attorney Sheryl Bunting, who handles cases involving children and child abuse, is the Compass 2018 Champion for Children.