I work in the news department at Townsquare Media as the morning news anchor. I also do the play-by-play of Casper Natrona and Kelly Walsh football and basketball. I've been part of the broadcast profession in radio since 1978 - in all aspects of the business in Hettinger and Lisbon North Dakota , and in Kingman Arizona. I'm a Wyoming native, growing up in Powell. My wife Vicki and I live in Glenrock where Vicki teaches at Glenrock High School.
Having lived in Wyoming for 10 years, Kevin has grown quite fond of calling the Cowboy State his home. He is a 7-time award winner from his TV days, and has shifted his professional focus to the online world. He enjoys traveling to various cities/towns/communities to attend the big game, getting video highlights in the process, all while trying to help the next big sports star get discovered. In his spare time, Kevin prefers to get some extra sleep, attend church, and has no plans to get married
I began my career in western Illinois reporting the “High School Minute” for my high school back in the late 70’s, ensuring everyone at Warren Senior High was aware of the lunch menu for the day, and breaking news about assemblies that would get us out of algebra for an hour. That launched a career that had me covering Ronald Reagan’s campaign at the age of 19, then off to Iowa, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Arizona, Nebraska, and ultimately Casper, Wyoming
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