Hi. I'm the newest member of the K2 Radio news team, which marks the next phase of my three-decade journalism career including reporting for the Casper Star-Tribune from 1992 to 2012. For the past year-and-a-half, I've been taking classes at Casper College including web design, Photoshop, guitar, new media communications, creative writing, field biology, math and Spanish. Before arriving in Wyoming, I worked at papers in Colorado Springs and Beaumont, Texas. My formal education includes earning a Master of Divinity from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in S. Hamilton, Mass., and a Bachelor of Arts in English Lit from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. I have yet to graduate from the College of Hard Knocks. Avocations and experiences include outdoorsy stuff, traveling by train, tutoring at Casper College's Writing Center, herding a cat named Noir, reading, writing including a couple of published books, acting at Stage III Community Theatre, driving a stock car, dancing, and driving my 1948 MG TC -- "the sports car America loved first." Musical interests range from classical to blues to rock. I fly the flag on my 1919-era house, listen to the Clash, cook, collect antiques, and nurture a curiosity about what's around the next bend. I look forward to reporting again on our wonderful, wild and sometimes wacky Wyoming. Send me an email at email@example.com .
Mounting Debts Pushed Big Piney Tomato Farmer To Grow, Sell Pot
Stewart Doty told Judge Scott Skavdahl that he knew growing and selling marijuana was illegal, but he didn't realize the severity of the crime.
Second Of Five Casper Meth Conspiracy Defendants Sentenced In Federal Court
Another defendant was sentenced in July, and three more are awaiting sentencing.
Tennessee Man Pleads Guilty To Pointing Gun At Two Casper Teens
McLaughlin entered an Alford Plea, which means he doesn't admit he's guilty, but concedes the prosecution would likely be able to obtain a conviction at trial.
Wyoming Governor Candidates Spar Over Economic Diversification
The Casper Area Chamber of Commerce sponsored the forum with candidates Republican Mark Gordon, Democrat Mary Throne and Rex Rammell of the Constitution Party.
Natrona School Board Sought Comments On Bullying; Only One Person Responded
Parent Kemdsey Huffer said those who weren't bullied don't understand how powerful such an experience can be for a child.
First Responders Remember Their Own At 9-11 Commemoration
The Sept. 11, 2001, attacks were the work of 19 members of al-Qaida, headed by the late Osama bin Laden.
City Of Casper Takes Requests For Proposals For Plains Furniture Properties
Please return all proposals to the City Manager’s Office, 200 N. David St., by Feb. 14.
Yellowstone Park Visits Decline Slightly; Steamboat Geyser Erupts Again
The Steamboat Geyser in the Norris Basin erupted on Friday for the 17th time again this year.
Natrona County School District Hears From Public About Bullying Policy
The revised policy is part of the district's overall comprehensive safety plan.
Casper Prescription Drug Conspiracy Trial Set For April
Shakeel and Lyn Kahn were arrested at their house on Thorndike Avenue in Casper on Nov. 30, 2016.
Wyoming Federal Judges Sentence Five Defendants For Guns, Drugs
The U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives investigated two cases.
Casper Businessman Wants Certain Evidence Motions, Hearings Sealed
Tony Cercy's attorneys wrote courts have ruled the public and the media do not have an absolute right to attend pretrial hearings.