Sara Wilder

Video Journalist

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Sara Wilder joined the North Platte News & Information Network in February 2016.

Sara Wilder graduated from the University of South Carolina with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism. While in school, she was able to learn all the functions of a newsroom through the student-run program called Carolina News. Prior to graduation, Sara spent her summer as an intern for Fox News Channel in New York City.

Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, Sara grew up in Columbia, South Carolina. She has a passion for traveling, and spent a semester studying abroad in Dublin, Ireland. She also spent a summer in South Africa filming a short wildlife documentary.

Outside of work, you can find Sara running, practicing yoga, or doing just about anything outdoors.

Sara is very excited to be living in the great state of Nebraska and would love to hear from you! Do not hesitate to contact her through email, facebook, or twitter to share your stories, or to just say hello!


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