Hannah Hutton

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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.

Wyoming Joins The Nation In Celebrating Travel and Tourism

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Governor Matt Mead will be signing a proclamation to designate May 6-12 as National Travel and Tourism Week in Wyoming. The signing will take place at the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens on Monday at 2pm. Mead says this is important because travel and tourism is Wyoming’s second-largest industry.

Bighorn Audubon Society Celebrates Earth Day

The Bighorn Audubon Society enjoys Earth Day with a movie about cranes and goes for a Bird Walk. Sheridan Media's Hannah Hutton has the details.
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Brew Bash and Raffle for Cash Has Huge Turnout

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Second Chance Sheridan Cat Rescue (SCSCR) held a Cat's Brew Bash and Raffle for Cash at Luminous Brewery on Friday evening. After purchasing a ticket at the door, attendees were treated with a buffet, Musician Daniel Kosel performing live, and a 50/ 50 raffle.

WHP Seizes 114 Pounds of Marijuana

On Monday, Wyoming Highway Patrol stopped a couple of Washington residents on Interstate 80 heading eastbound. The road east of Cheyenne to Nebraska was closed due to hazardous conditions. When the car was stopped troopers noticed an odor that smelled like marijuana.

Goose Valley Fire Department Open House

Saturday afternoon, Goose Valley Fire celebrated their ten year anniversary with an open house. Fire chief, Bob Williams, estimates there were about 135 people that attended the open house. The department did a fireman's run with folks of all ages pounding the pavement.

Preserving Alger House

On Sunday afternoon, a community meeting was held at Luminous Brewhouse to discuss how to save Alger House. Alger House is located on 429 West Alger Street right next to the Fulmer Public Library.

A Sunny Spring Fair

On Saturday afternoon, the annual Spring Fair was held in the Exhibit Hall at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds. The craft fair hosted many different types of booths, selling anything from tea cups to wood carvings.

Woodcarvers of the Big Horns Meet and Greet

On Thursday afternoon, Expressions Art Gallery & Framing, LLC hosted the Woodcarvers of the Big Horns for a meet and greet. The Woodcarvers brought in their completed works and current projects to show to the public. The club has about a dozen active members that meet at the Senior Center.

This Week’s Poll Question

This week’s First Northern Bank/Sheridan Media Poll Question asks: “Should the traffic on Sheridan’s Main Street be reduced from 4 lanes to 2 with diagonal parking added?”

27th Annual Holy Name Mayfest

On Saturday evening, Holy Name Catholic School hosted their annual Mayfest at the Holiday Inn. Each year the school puts together a type of event to help raise funds. This year the event was a casino night, there were many different activities all geared towards fundraising.

Habitat For Humanity Building Season Begins

On Friday evening, Habitat for Humanity threw their 2nd annual Kick Off party to celebrate the start of the building season. The party was hosted at Luminous Brewhouse. Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit organization that provides affordable housing construction for members of the community.

2nd Annual Habitat for Humanity Kick Off

On Friday, at 5:30 pm, Luminous Brewhouse is hosting a Kick Off party for Habitat for Humanity to celebrate the beginning of building season. The event is free and open to the public. The Reverent Blues will be playing, there will be appetizers and a free pint to the first 75 people who sign in.

Catapult Entertainment Comes To Sheridan

Saturday evening, the WYO theater hosted Catapult Entertainment to perform their “shadow dance”. Shadow dancing is where a screen and projector are put up and dancers create shadows with their bodies to tell a story. Catapult is a dance group founded by Adam Battelstein.

Easter Egg Hunt Held at the High School

Saturday morning, the annual Easter Egg Hunt was held in the Sheridan High School gymnasium. The hunt was put on by the Sheridan Recreation District and was for kids aged 0 to 8. There were about 400 family members participating in the activity.

Sportsmen's Association Gets Grant to Fund Women's Classes

On Friday evening, the Sheridan County Sportsmen’s Association (SCSA) celebrated receiving a grant from the NRA. The money is to be used for equipment for new women’s classes. Until January of this year, there had not been any classes specifically for women.

Marshmallow Catapults on Science Saturday

On Saturday morning, kids of all ages were welcome to come build marshmallow catapults at Sheridan college’s Science Center. Science Kids is an organization that promotes learning science in fun, kid-friendly ways. Science Saturdays go from September through December and February through May.

2018 Empty Bowl Draws Crowds

On Thursday evening, the Volunteers of America (VOA) hosted the annual Empty Bowl. The event is family oriented with kids activities, live bands, and lots of soup. Members of the community handcrafted many bowls to give away.

Native American Performer Holds an “Artist Talk”

On Tuesday evening, Sheridan college hosted Sydney Pursel in the Whitney Center for the Arts building. Pursel is a native of the Ioway tribe in Kansas City, Kansas. For seven years now, she has been performing across many states attempting to change the perspective on Natives.