The Trail End State Historic Site in Sheridan will be participating in a twenty-year-old national initiative New Year’s Day that’s designed to encourage not only a healthy and active lifestyle, but an appreciation for the nation’s parks and historic sites.

A Colorado conservator with expertise in Asian art, says he “highly recommends” that the lion dogs at the entrance to Kendrick Park be placed in an indoor setting to stop them from deteriorating.

The Polar Bear Plunge has become an annual New Year’s Day tradition, where those brave enough take a dip into the icy waters of Lake DeSmet to welcome in the New Year.

UPDATE- The total raised for Monday night's Dining for a Cause fundraiser was $11,298.67.

If animals could sing, the dogs and cats at our local animal shelter would be howling and meowing it up in a grateful tune for what was happening at Frackelton’s Monday night and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott brings us the story.

No Christmas break doldrums, last week the Whitney Rink began offering open skating during the holiday break and hundreds turned out for the free event.

Tarra Donahue said it gives the community something to do during the holiday break.

The Bighorn Audubon Society is hosting the second of two Christmas Bird Counts on Tuesday. The count will be held in the Big Horn/Story area and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott met with coordinator Ariel Downing to bring us the story.

Next Monday's Dining for a Cause will benefit the Sheridan Dog and Cat Shelter. Board member Julie Chadwick stopping in to The Morning Show this week to talk about the shelter and its new venture that partners rescued dogs with veterans.

Sunday marked the season end for the Sheridan County Museum, but the work is never ending for museum director John Woodward.

New plans and goals are in store for next year, he said.

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