As a Pennsylvania native, I was surprised to be offered a job way out in a place like Casper Wyoming. But having just graduated from college the year before in Ithaca, New York, I was all too happy to accept a position working for a news station, even if it meant I was moving across the country. While this is my first big job since graduating, I have experience working in news all throughout school, from my college’s newspaper, The Ithacan, to a radio station in Philly, WURD radio. Getting the chance to work professionally as a reporter is something I'd hoped to do ever since high school, so I’m overjoyed at the chance to finally do what I’ve dreamed of doing.
$11 Million Ice Rink Addition Presented to Casper Council
The Casper city council talked on Tuesday about a proposed $11 million expansion to the ice arena in order to allow more people in the community to be able to use it.
Visit Casper Provides Grants to Local Organizations
Visit Casper has given out over $22,000 in grant funding to organizations across Casper to promote tourism.
Senator Lummis on Wake Up Wyoming: Federal Agencies Infiltrated by Environmental Extremists
On Glenn Woods's "Wake Up Wyoming" show, he spoke with Wyoming Senator Cynthia Lummis about energy, the EPA, and inflation.
Here’s What to Expect at the 307 Fest on July 4th
307 Fest is just around the corner, so here's what you can expect to find at the July 4th event being held at the Ford Wyoming Event Center.
FCC to Adopt 988 as New Suicide Prevention Hotline Number
The Federal Communications Commission has announced that it will be making 988 the new number to reach the national suicide prevention hotline.
Remains of Marine Who Died in Osprey Crash to Pass Through Casper
The remains of Seth Rasmuson will pass through Casper Monday night as part of a process that starts at the Denver International Airport and ends in Buffalo.
Bear Wandering Casper Captured by Game and Fish
The Casper Police Department announced that a bear that was seen wandering through Casper has been captured.
Wyoming Donates Ballistic Vests and Other Equipment to Ukraine Aid Group
Governor Mark Gordon announced that Wyoming has donated various ballistic equipment to a non-profit that is assisting in bringing aid to Ukraine.
Lemonade Day Registration at Hilltop Bank to Open on Wednesday
As registration for Lemonade Day approaches, the event's sponsors hosted a media day to provide more information before kids are able to sign up for the event.
Casper Council Agrees to Move Forward With Beautification Ideas
At the Casper City Council meeting on Tuesday, the council decided to move forward with several ideas for the beautification of underpasses in Casper due to Wyoming Department of Transportation funding.
Natrona Board Meeting Had FFA Students Tout Program’s Success
At the Natrona County School Board meeting on Monday, several advisors and students presented to the board the benefits of the Future Farmers of America organization.
Wyoming Gas Prices Rise, Nationally For the First Time in a Month
Wyoming gas prices have risen almost 6 cents in the past week, while nationally the price has increased for the first time in a month as oil prices continue to fluctuate around $100 a barrel.