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Anthony Pollreisz

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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NWS: Wyoming’s Water Supply Above Average

Officials with the National Weather Service say Wyoming’s water supply is, for the most part, well above average for the month of March.

NOAA hydrologist Jim Fahey says precipitation in February was 180 percent of normal, which is bolstering current water year precipitation estimates to roughly 135 percent of normal

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IFlyCasper.com
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Airport Operating Normally Despite Gusty Conditions

Gusty conditions throughout central Wyoming haven’t affected arrivals or departures at the Casper-Natrona County International Airport.

“I haven’t heard of any issues with the commercial planes coming in late or delayed, but there may have been issues with some of the other planes,” Casper-Natrona County International Airport manager Glenn Januska said

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Kevin Koile, Townsquare Media
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Casper Fire-EMS Successfully Rescues Woman on North Platte Ice

Officials with Casper Fire-EMS say emergency personnel successfully rescued an unidentified woman stranded on a North Platte River ice shelf late Wednesday night.

Casper Fire-EMS spokesperson Craig Kidder says rescuers donning specialized ice suits arrived at the scene near a river-spanning F Street bridge shortly after 10:45 p

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Anthony Pollreisz, K2 Radio
Anthony Pollreisz, K2 Radio
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Casper City Council Approves New Wastewater Centrifuge Funds

An important upgrade will soon be installed at the city of Casper's wastewater treatment facility.

Casper City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved just under $160,000 for a second centrifuge at the facility

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Townsquare Media
Townsquare Media
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Council Approves $100,000 First Street Design Contract

City councilors have taken the first step toward making multiple improvements along First Street in Casper.

The over $100,000 design and engineering contract that was unanimously approved by councilors on Tuesday acts as a catalyst for a long-term, $1

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Anthony Pollreisz, K2 Radio
Anthony Pollreisz, K2 Radio
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Hedquist Files Counter Claim, Alleges Patterson Held Secret Meetings

Ward II Casper City Council member Craig Hedquist is claiming attempted political sabotage in a countersuit filed last month against the city of Casper and its city manager.

Defense attorneys claim city manager John Patterson held secret meetings that “explored ways to keep Hedquist’s candidacy from succeeding” prior to Hedquist taking office

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Busy Weekend Expected for Casper Snow Plows

With several major storms expected to bury much of central Wyoming with snow this weekend, city of Casper officials are expecting around-the-clock work from its plow fleet beginning Friday evening.

Pete Meyers, the city of Casper’s assistant public services director, says work

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Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
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First Street Improvement Design Contract on City Council Agenda

Multiple improvements may be coming to First Street in Casper.

If approved, the over $100,000 engineering design services contract that will be before Casper City Council on Tuesday will act as a catalyst for several repairs and enhancements along the popular collector that funnels Beverly Street traffic into downtown

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