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January 1st, 2015

Volunteers Needed for BLM's Bald Eagle Survey

The Bureau of Land Management's field offices in Buffalo and Casper are once again looking for volunteers to help with the midwinter bald eagle survey planned for Jan. 10.

New UW Plan Helps Students Graduate in Four Years

Administrators at the University of Wyoming in Laramie are working hard to ensure their transfer students earn a college degree in four years.

Fatal Crashes Increase in Wyoming in 2014

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Wyoming Highway Patrol officials say fatal vehicle crashes spiked in the state in 2014 although a much lower number in 2013 appears to be an anomaly.

Bronc wrestlers open 2015 with home duals tonight / TR Hoops tomorrow / UW basketball saturday live double header at 2:00 and 8:00

BRONC WRESTLING - The Bronc wrestlers compete at home tonight and tomorrow, they have Wyoming duals tonight and tomorrow they host the Border War duals with the Billings schools.

Broncs Head coach Tyson Shatto says it still early in the season as most of the wrestlers don't have a lot of matches in but this weekend they'll get a good start to the new year.

Sheridan high school Activities Director Don Julian says wrestling fans will get a chance to see some good action tonight and tomorrow.

A Look Back in Time: Jan. 2, 1915

Burlington railroad officials report 30 fewer fatal accidents and 476 fewer injuries last year than in 1911.

Art Program Deadline Near

Works are being accepted now for Sheridan's 2015 Public Arts Program.

Recreation District 1 to Meet

The recreation district for Sheridan County School District 1 will meet on Wednesday, Jan. 7.

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First Sunday Family Jam of 2015 This Weekend

Coming Up this weekend will be the first Sunday Family Jam of the year, at the Bomber Mountain Civic Center.

This is a free-to-attend monthly bluegrass jam for kids and their families to participate in, for fun and experience.

Polar Bear Plunge 2015 Another Success

This year's Polar Bear Plunge happened again out at Lake DeSmet on January 1st and gave those participating a chance to cleanse themselves for the new year.
That seemed to be a common reason given by many when asked the reason for jumping in the near-freezing water.