115 hearty souls plunged into Lake DeSmet, including Nancy and Clint Spence of Sheridan, in the 25th Annual Polar Bear Plunge at Lake DeSmet at 1:00 pm, Sunday, January 1st. Nancy and Clint live in Sheridan but Clint works in Anchorage, Alaska and he thought the water was cold even by Alaska standards. Organizers made a couple last minute changes.
(WY News Service) -- Though Wyoming kids are some of the better ones in terms of spending time outdoors, integrating those gadgets kids are so accustomed to these days will get them into the outdoors even more, says the National Wildlife Federation.
The 25th annual Polar Bear Plunge will take place later today at Lake DeSmet. Since the lake isn't totally frozen due to a somewhat mild winter so far, the event will be a it different this year says Spokesman Rob Forister.
The Sheridan Senior Center issued a media release stating that Meg Pruett, a Senior Medicare Patrol and Wyoming State Health Insurance Assistance Program Volunteer will be available at the Sheridan Senior Center on Fridays from 9:30 to 1pm.
A request for the Buffalo Police Department to accept a grant for the purchase of radios and requests for appointment of a new sergeant for the Police Department were approved by the city council at their last meeting December 20.