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Daniel Sandoval

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.
12.08 National Historic Trails Interpretive Center, Daniel Sandoval, K2 Radio
12.08 National Historic Trails Interpretive Center, Daniel Sandoval, K2 Radio
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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.

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Getty Images
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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 that 70 percent decline to the industry, says Rep. Wallis, fewer vets, less hay production, fewer trailers sold, the list goes on.

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Job seekers, December 5, 2011, John Moore, Getty Images
Job seekers, December 5, 2011, John Moore, Getty Images
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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.

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Spencer Platt, Getty Images
Spencer Platt, Getty Images
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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.

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11.18 Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over, Casper College, Daniel Sandoval, K2 Radio
11.18 Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over, Casper College, Daniel Sandoval, K2 Radio
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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.

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11.17 Summit Elementary School, Chief Public Relations Officer Kelly Eastes, Daniel Sandoval, K2 Radio
11.17 Summit Elementary School, Chief Public Relations Officer Kelly Eastes, Daniel Sandoval, K2 Radio
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School Dedicates to Renewable Energy [AUDIO, PHOTOS]

 

An elementary school in Casper that uses renewable energy held a dedication ceremony Thursday afternoon.

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