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I’ve been doing radio in some way since the age of 16, first cutting my teeth in my hometown of Soldotna, Alaska, doing play-by-play for high school hockey. From there, I gravitated toward radio news and sports coverage, doing civic reporting for a National Public Radio station in East Lansing, Mich., then doing news, sports and on-air work for a number of stations in Havre, Mont. Now, I'm a part of Wyoming's biggest and best radio news team. I’m a very proud alumnus of Michigan State University, where I studied broadcast journalism. At MSU, I did news updates for the campus radio station. I also dabbled in TV, producing the EMMY Award-winning on-campus news program. I also did hockey play-by-play and filmed athletics press conferences for the Big Ten Network and its website. For my efforts, I picked up a few awards, most notably from the Society of Professional Journalists and the Michigan Association of Broadcasters.
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National Weather Service Encouraging Winter Preparedness

The National Weather Service is urging Wyoming residents to properly prepare themselves for colder weather and snow over the next several months.

Chris Jones is the warning coordination meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Riverton

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Casper Fire-EMS Urging Safety From Haunted House Operators

Casper Fire-EMS is urging safety from area haunted house and maze operators next month.

Fire inspector Dean Jackett says all Casper-based haunted houses and mazes must be inspected and permitted by the department before opening

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City Asks Court to Throw Out Keep Casper Smoke Free Suit

The City of Casper is asking the Natrona County Seventh Judicial Court to dismiss a lawsuit filed by anti-smoking group Keep Casper Smoke Free.

The group is trying to force the city to review nearly 100 smoking ban referendum sig

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NCSD May Add E-Cigs to Tobacco Use Policy

Changes may soon be coming to the Natrona County School District’s tobacco use policy.

An amended policy was presented to trustees Monday night that would disallow the use of electronic cigarettes and vapor devices in district buildings, on school grounds and within district-owned vehicles and district-operated buses

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Gas Prices Trending Downward Despite High Crude Prices

Petroleum analysts with Gasbuddy.com say gas prices in the Cowboy State remain higher than average but are beginning to trend downward.

Gasbuddy.com chief oil analyst Tom Kloza says the average price for a gallon of regular unleaded in Wyoming dipped two cents this week to $3

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Allegiant Grounds 30 Aircraft to Inspect Slides

Allegiant Air has grounded 30 of its MD80s after discovering a compliance issue with the aircraft’s escape slides.

The finding was made by mechanics just days after 150 passengers and crew evacuated an Allegiant MD80 on the tarmac of McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas

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Caution Urged When Traveling Through Rocky Mountain Region

With persistent, severe flooding in Colorado, and with areas of Wyoming receiving heavy rainfall, authorities are stressing the importance of caution when driving through the intermountain west this weekend

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Casper Man Gets Prison Sentence For Wielding Knife at Ex

A Casper man will spend time in prison after admitting that he threatened his ex-girlfriend with a knife.

Natrona County District Judge Catherine Wilking agreed to a plea deal on Thursday that will send 20-year-old Lonnie Parham to the Wyoming State Penitentiary for the next four to six years

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Casper City Council to Decide Community Promotions Funding Levels

Casper City Council is getting closer to figuring out how to split up the $150,000 pot of money it set aside for community promotions this fiscal year.

Of the community promotions applicants requesting funding for 19 events, nearly $143,000 was requested in total

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