Daniel was the letters editor at the Casper Star-Tribune before accepting a position with KTWO Radio in April 2009. As an aspiring novelist, he appreciates the fact that a career in journalism requires him write, daily. And, since reporters do interviews, he happened upon yet another, seemingly fated enjoyment, which is talking to people. He is also a visual artist who claims to have figured out how to paint in the impressionist style.
Trails Center Wins Teamwork Award [AUDIO]
The National Historic Trails Interpretive Center in Casper held a ceremony Thursday to recognize its staff, volunteers, and community partners.
Horse Meat Tastes Like Beef, or Good Venison [AUDIO]
Last month Congress lifted a five-year-long ban on funding meat inspections for horse meat. State Rep. Sue Wallis said it was a Government Accounting Office report that showed not being able to process horse meat since 2007 has precipitated a 70 percent decline in domestic horse numbers. Compound th…
State Gleans Economic Data into Compendium [AUDIO]
Every year the Wyoming Economic Analysis Division gathers the state's economic data into a compendium called the Wyoming Employment, Income, and Gross Domestic Product Report.
Medicare Enrollment Ends at Midnight [AUDIO]
More than 4,000 Wyomingites have saved money on prescription medications, usually about 600 dollars a year, through Medicare, but the open enrollment period ends tonight.
Winter Closes Muddy Mt. Road [AUDIO]
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Casper Field Office has closed Muddy Mountain Road for the winter starting today (Monday).
Casper Community College Makes Top 25 [AUDIO]
The president of Casper College was walking around campus Monday handing out buttons.
City Surveys Resident Satisfaction [AUDIO]
The city of Casper wants to know how residents feel about living here.
Trash Collection Jumps to Next Day [AUDIO]
Trash collection for Casper residents is getting pushed back a day on Thursday and Friday because of the Thanksgiving holiday.
Officialdom Asks for Sober Holiday Driving [AUDIO, PHOTOS]
At a press conference attended by a host of county and municipality officials last Friday, Casper College presented a sober reminder that the holiday season has a dark side.
School Dedicates to Renewable Energy [AUDIO, PHOTOS]
An elementary school in Casper that uses renewable energy held a dedication ceremony Thursday afternoon.