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Brian Scott

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.
Make a Wish Wyoming
Make a Wish Wyoming
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Make A Wish Wyoming Needs Airline Miles To Make Wishes Come True

Daizy was diagnosed with a malignant tumor before her second birthday, this year she will be celebrating her third birthday in Disney World and cancer free. Her parents spent months traveling back and forth from their home in Powell to Montana for chemo treatments and surgery

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Governors Health, Fitness And Safety Day In Casper May 8th

The Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports presents Casper’s Governor’s Health, Fitness and Safety Day. Casper third- and fourth-grade teachers and their students are invited to attend a full day of physical fitness activities

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Governor Announces Microsft Expansion In Wyoming

Governor Matt Mead joined Microsoft for its announcement that it will expand its data center operations in Wyoming. Microsoft’s first Wyoming data center west of Cheyenne, opened in late 2013. Microsoft will invest $274 million in the new data center, bringing the total investment in the area to nearly $500 million

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Governor Mead Requests Expedited Treatment For Wyoming Forests

In a letter to the Secretary of Agriculture, Governor Mead identified most forested acres in Wyoming as areas needing expedited insect and disease treatment. These areas include portions of the Bighorn, Black Hills, Bridger-Teton, Medicine Bow, Shoshone, and Uinta National Forests and could potentially lead to increased funding to treat the problem

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Casper Letter Carriers “Stamp Out Hunger” Food Drive May 10th

Saturday, May 10, 2013 Casper Letter Carriers will join Letter Carriers across Wyoming and the nation to collect food to feed our nations hungry. “STAMP OUT HUNGER” is the largest one day food drive nationwide

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Book Donations Sought to Help Tribal College Library

Students from Casper College are seeking donations of unused or gently loved books to assist the Oglala Lakota Tribal College Library’s “Build Your Own Library” Program.
According to Diana Quealy-Berge, Casper College addictionology instructor and chair of the school’s psychology and addictionology department, the group would like to gather

“a collection of all kinds of books including children’s picture books, young reader books, mysteries, fiction, nonfiction, how-to-fix-it books, really anything but textbooks

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