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Brian Scott is a Wyoming guy. He moved with his family in 1970 to a ranch outside of Medicine Bow then off to Saratoga and landing in Casper in the mid 70's. Elementary school, junior high and high school as well as some time at Casper College, molded the man you know today. After getting started in radio at KTRS in the early 80's Brian had a chance to go to work for CBS records in Chicago. Stints with Polygram And Geffen followed before family and the call of Casper brought him home. Brian took over the K2 Radio morning show almost 20 years ago and remains one of the top rated morning shows in the state. Brian has also had some fun getting close to the music with his midday show on MyCountry 95.5. Brian has been married almost 25 years, has 3 boys and 3 granddaughters that are the apples of his eye.
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Senator Enzi Looks To Fill Page Position

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., is encouraging Wyoming juniors in high school to apply to be a Senate Page for the fall session in Washington, DC. There are a total of thirty Page positions in the United States Senate each session and Senator Enzi is fortunate to have the opportunity to sponsor a young adult from Wyoming to serve in one of these positions

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WCDA Adds Funding To Affordable Housing

On Thursday, May 15, 2014, the Wyoming Community Development Authority Board of Directors approved the allocation of approximately $1.3 million in Low Income Housing Tax Creditsand $1.5 million in HOME Investment Partnership Program funds to affordable housing developments across Wyoming

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Wyoming Governor Asks Feds To Delist Grizzlies

Governor Matt Mead is asking the Secretary of the Interior to remove grizzly bears from the endangered species list. Secretary Sally Jewell wrote to Governor Mead in late 2013 saying she expected to make a decision in early 2014 and take final action this year

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Severe Weather Dumps Hail And Heavy Rain On Torrington, Wyoming [GALLERY]

On Tuesday afternoon May 20th, severe thunderstorm warnings and flood warnings started popping up across Converse, Platte and Goshen counties in Wyoming. Penny size hail, heavy rain and frequent lightning were predicted to accompany storms as they made their way across Wyoming

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UW-Casper Commencement May 15th

The University of Wyoming at Casper’s commencement ceremony will honor 94 graduates on May 15 at 7:30 p.m. at the Casper Events Center. Maria Kuznetsova, assistant lecturer of psychology at UW-Casper, will offer the faculty reflections, followed by the student speaker Ashley Nickolai Schilling, candidate for a bachelor’s degree in biology

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Science Zone Announces New Director

 

The Science Zone announces the hire of our new Executive Director. Steven Schnell joins the staff downtown to lead the science center as it celebrates 10 years of
incorporation. Steven holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and
Information Systems from the University of Nevada, Reno. Ste

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Wyoming Oil And Gas Commission Names New Supervisor

The Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission has made Mark Watson the permanent Supervisor. Watson has been interim head of the agency since the end of March. Governor Matt Mead and the other four members of the Commission voted in favor of this action

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Natrona County High Schools Graduation Dates And Times

 

It's cap and gown time in the Natrona County School District. Seniors are counting down until their last day. On May 25 and 26, more than 800 seniors will receive their diploma among the county's four high schools.
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