Cherise Forno

Writer, Copy Editor, Public Relations Specialist

United States

I have been involved in journalism and public relations since 2004, writing and editing for publications such as the Jackson Hole News&Guide, Dodge City Daily Globe and Patio & Hearth Products Report.
Throughout my work experience, I have formed a solid foundation in writing, copyediting, marketing, photography and graphic design. In each endeavor I have pursued, my passion for communicating through different mediums has remained at the forefront.

Patio and Hearth Products Report January/February 2021

Patio & Hearth Products Report is a bimonthly trade publication for specialty stores, retailers and dealers of patio, hearth, barbecue, grill, outdoor kitchen and outdoor living products. Each issue includes feature articles and departments on successful retailers and dealers.

The Seattle Times
Lone woman on Wyoming snow plow team enjoys helping people

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) - With more than three decades of experience as a heavy equipment operator, Shirley Samuelson is the lone woman on a dedicated Wyoming Department of Transportation team that keeps the roads of Jackson and Teton Pass clear...

Jackson Hole News&Guide
Storm Show is back with the 'Top 100' lines from two decades of filming

Storm Show Studios, an award-winning video production company run by Jackson native Darrell Miller, has maintained an almost singular focus on one thing over the past 20 years: finding the ultimate big mountain ski line. The company will premiere the film "Top 100" this Saturday at the Pink Garter Theatre to celebrate the company's 20th anniversary.

Jackson Hole News&Guide
"Screenagers: Next Chapter" explores technology's teen impact

When Dr. Delaney Ruston set out to help her daughter and patients balance technology use and tackle emotional challenges facing teenagers, she ended up using her experience as a documentary producer to make two films addressing the global phenomenon.

Jackson Hole News&Guide
'Accio, wand!': Night at Hogwarts enchants students

Dylan McGee, 10, sat with anticipation as the sorting hat was placed on his head. The professor yelled out, "Gryffindor!" and Dylan broke into a wide grin as members of the Gryffindor house erupted into a cheer to welcome their new classmate. "I think Gryffindor is great," McGee said. "I'm excited."

Jackson Hole Traveler
Tips for First Time Winter Visitors

With access to three popular ski areas, two national parks and a rich history of art and culture, Jackson, Wyoming, is an attractive travel destination for many people around the world. If you are preparing for your first trip to the area this winter, here are some tips to help you make the most of your time.

Re-imagining the West

Featured festival artist Nancy Dunlop Cawdrey colors wildlife and landscapes her way.

Local up-and-comers get a show of their own

For the 30th annual Fall Arts Festival the Art Association will host “Jackson Rising III,” an exhibition featuring local emerging artists, from Friday, Sept. 5 through Friday, Oct. 10.

New rodeo queen preparing to represent Kansas in the arena

The newly crowned Miss Teen Rodeo Kansas 2009 is attending a Miss Rodeo America clinic in Fort Collins, Colo., this week to help her prepare for her reign and future pageants. Kara Hackney, 17, was crowned Aug. 2 at Dodge City Roundup Arena. "It felt absolutely amazing," Hackney said in a recent interview.

Earning your wings

Despite uncomfortably cold temperatures, Skyler Maxwell headed to the Dodge City Regional Airport before sunrise Friday to prepare for his first flight as a student of Dodge City Community College's helicopter pilot program. Maxwell enrolled in the program this week after becoming interested in it at the Kansas State Fair last year.

Dodge man still drives 1930 Model A his mother bought new

Gus Crump, 93, still goes cruisin' around Dodge City in his 1930 Model A Ford Tudor, which he remembers driving new. At the age of 15, Crump drove the new Model A his mother purchased for $610. "Where she came up with the money, I'll never know, but she bought it," Crump said.

Wreathed in Memories

Service members, veterans and volunteers laid wreaths on the resting places of veterans at Fort Dodge Saturday as part of the nationwide Wreaths Across America event. "Wreaths Across America is an excellent way to honor veterans and remember the fallen," said superintendent of the Kansas Soldiers Home Stephen Dunkin.

WAC Band Festival returns to Dodge City

The Western Athletic Conference Band Festival will return to Dodge City on Tuesday for the first time in four years. "Our big goal for being the host is to be as warm and welcoming as possible," said Erica Lindberg, DCHS marching band director.

More kids than day cares

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Patio & Hearth Products Report
The Way Things Were

Customers are drawn to the retro designs of Elmira Stove Works.