Archive - Jan 2, 2016

SHS Broncs at the Gillette Tournament

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SHS Broncs at the Gillette Tournament. Boys and Girls played back to back games against Lynwood HS in LA, CA. Girls won, Boys lost by a basket in the last seconds of a great game. Photo submissions by Kelli Campbell.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

Prosecutor Says Legislature Must Decide About Death Penalty

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The prosecutor who secured a death sentence against Dale Wayne Eaton for the murder of a Montana woman nearly 30 years ago says Eaton's continuing appeals signal that the Wyoming Legislature must decide whether it truly supports capital punishment.

Art Wanted for Fundraiser

People are asked to donate new or “pre-loved” at the Sagebrush Community Art Center in Sheridan for an auction that will be held next month.

Administrator Petition, Lion Dogs Come Before Council

A petition calling for an election on whether Sheridan should have a city administrator, and a proposal regarding the lion dogs at Kendrick Park will come before Sheridan's city council next week.

BORDER WAR DUALS AT SHS TODAY / UW HOOPS VS NEVADA TODAY / BRONCOS V CHARGERS SUNDAY

BRONC WRESTLING - The Bronc wrestlers are back on the3 mat today hosting the Border war duals. We don't get much of a chance to see the Broncs in dual action and Head coach Tyson Shatto says these matches really go along way into team building.

Matches get underway at 10:00 they will have three mats running, two in the big gym and one in the small gym.

RAMS / EAGLES HOOPS - The Big Horn and Tongue River basketball teams will host the Winter classic tournament next week Thursday through Saturday.

SWIMMING - The Bronc swimmers will compete in Gillette next weekend.

A Look Back in Time: Jan. 2, 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 Jan. 2, 1916.

Polar Bear Plunge Draws Hundreds Because 'It's There'

The Annual Polar Bear Plunge has happened every New Year's Day for many years at Lake DeSmet, drawing people that brave the freezing weather to jump into the icy waters.