Archive - Jun 3, 2016 - News

Travel & Tourism Hosts 'Marketplace' for Travel Writers

Dannylee Hodnett, with the Wyoming Theater Festival, talks with Canadian writer Brandy Yanchyk. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan Travel & Tourism hosted a “marketplace” Friday night where members of the Society for American Travel Writers could visit with representatives of some of the area's attractions, such as the WYO Theater, the Sheridan-WYO Rodeo and Antelope Butte.

Wyoming Community Foundation Ready to Grant Millions

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The Wyoming Community Foundation invites Johnson County nonprofits to apply for funding from its Hazel Patterson Memorial Donor Advised Fund. According to a news release from the foundation, the deadline for applications is the end of the business day Wednesday, June 15.

Bought Beautifully

Sheridan resident Emily Betzler has founded an organization that is aimed at helping those in need. She calls the non-profit Bought Beautifully and their unique niche is “living out God’s call”.

Eagles Auxiliary Donates To Sheridan Senior Center

“Big Horn Mountain Eagles Auxiliary #4169 presents donation to the Sheridan Senior Center. Pictured are (left to right) Carmen Rideout, Executive Director, Helen Showers, Auxiliary #4169, Stella Montano Family Caregiver Director, Rindy West Development Director, Janet Korpela Help at Home Director, and Bette Hess, Auxiliary.” (Courtesy Photo)

The Big Horn Mountain Eagles Auxiliary #4169 donated $1,300 to the Sheridan Senior Center. The Center’s Development Director Rindy West told us what the funds will be used for.

First Interstate Bank Donates $1,500 to Sheridan Senior Center

“First Interstate Bank donates $1,500 to the Sheridan Senior Center Meals Program during Older Americans Month. Presenting the check and serving cake at a noontime celebration were: (from left) Haley Roberts, Jodi Johnson, Linda Gostas of the Sheridan Senior Center, Nicole Christensen Vice President – FIB, Rich Destafano, Kim Pelesky, FIB, Dave Hubert, President-FIB, and Rindy West, Sheridan Senior Center.” (Courtesy Photo)

For the fourth year, First Interstate Bank of Sheridan has donated to the Sheridan Senior Center for Older Americans Month. Established in 1963 Older Americans Month was created to acknowledge and celebrate the contributions of older citizens.

Yellowstone Receives “Stamp” of Approval

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The Forever stamp depicting a photograph of two bison silhouetted in the winter morning sun in Yellowstone National Park was dedicated Thursday among a pane of 16 stamps to celebrate the National Park Service’s 100-Year Anniversary.

Sculpture Returns to Former Dan's Building

Sculpture of J.H. Conrad building, in Green Boomerang store. (Photo by Pat Blair)

After spending some time in storage at the Sheridan County Museum, a sculpture of the old Conrad's building that once graced Sheridan's Main Street has returned to its former location.

A Look Back in Time: June 3, 1916

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 June 3, 1916.