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.
District Reassures Parents and Students [AUDIO]
With as many as 17 people across the country who have died from tainted cantaloupe, the Natrona County School District wants to reassure people around Casper that there are no tainted cantaloupe being served in the schools.
Governor Loses His Grandmother, Martha Hansen
Wyoming's governor lost his grandmother today (Thursday).
Benefit Gala Features Wine Tasting [AUDIO]
Wine aficionados will have a chance to raise their glasses and help people at a benefit gala this Saturday.
Rescuers Find ATV Crash Victim [AUDIO]
A Green River man is in critical condition after an ATV crash.
PETA Protests Fishing in Casper [AUDIO]
There's a demonstration planned for Casper at noon today (Wednesday) to bring awareness to the cruelty of fishing.
Douglas Standoff Ends Peacefully [AUDIO]
Law enforcement responded to a standoff in Douglas Tuesday morning.
Man Wrecks Plane Day After Buying It [PHOTO, AUDIO]
An Oklahoma man who had just purchased a plane had a forced landing near Rock Springs Friday.
Library Shows Free Movie for Family Night [AUDIO]
There's a family movie night at the Natrona County Library this (Tuesday) evening.
Bill Would Put Brakes on EPA Regulations [AUDIO]
Wyoming's representative endorsed a bill in the U.S. House that would require assessment of the combined impacts of Environmental Protection Agency regulations Friday.
Casper College Opens Training Tower [AUDIO]
It's 60 feet tall and 12 feet in diameter, and there was a dedication ceremony at Casper College Friday to officially recognize its new training tower.