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.
Medics Want Blood of Heroes, Especially O- Heroes [AUDIO]
United Blood Services needs blood, especially blood type O-negative.
Event Funds Discovery [AUDIO]
The Tate Geological Museum at Casper College, the museum with free admission, is having a fundraising affair on Saturday the 25th.
Influenza Merits Precautions [AUDIO]
Influenza cases are far below the number they were last year in Wyoming, but they are on the rise.
Poets Stand and Deliver at Poetry Box [AUDIO]
Local poets and poetry aficionados have a place to stand and deliver.
Rep. Lummis: President’s Budget Arrives Late and Wrong [AUDIO]
The president's budget is a week late and a trillion dollars short, says Wyoming's representative.
Democrat: GOP Policies Stack the Deck [AUDIO]
President Barack Obama has cited a January jobs report as a sign the economy is on the mend.
Homecoming Games Include Free Chili [AUDIO]
The homecoming celebration at Casper College's Swede Erickson Thunderbird Gymnasium Saturday afternoon and evening costs just a dollar to get in the door, and that includes a serving of chili.
House Bill Nixes Accounting Tricks [AUDIO]
Wyoming's ranking senator congratulated the U.S. House for passing a budget Wednesday.
Tate’s Saturday Club Explores Earth Sciences [AUDIO]
For all those aspiring paleontologists, geologists, meteorologists or scientists, Saturday Club at Casper College's Tate Museum is back.
Workshop Disciplines the Teenage Mind [AUDIO]
The willfulness and impulsiveness of the teenage mind can be a challenge for those interested in seeing them grow into well reasoned adults.