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Anthony Pollreisz

I’ve been doing radio in some way since the age of 16, first cutting my teeth in my hometown of Soldotna, Alaska, doing play-by-play for high school hockey. From there, I gravitated toward radio news and sports coverage, doing civic reporting for a National Public Radio station in East Lansing, Mich., then doing news, sports and on-air work for a number of stations in Havre, Mont. Now, I'm a part of Wyoming's biggest and best radio news team. I’m a very proud alumnus of Michigan State University, where I studied broadcast journalism. At MSU, I did news updates for the campus radio station. I also dabbled in TV, producing the EMMY Award-winning on-campus news program. I also did hockey play-by-play and filmed athletics press conferences for the Big Ten Network and its website. For my efforts, I picked up a few awards, most notably from the Society of Professional Journalists and the Michigan Association of Broadcasters.
North Platte River
Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
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NWS: Spring Snowmelt Flooding Possible in Several Areas of Wyoming

Officials with the National Weather Service say snowmelt may cause flooding in several areas of Wyoming this spring.

Jim Fahey, an NWS hydrologist based out Riverton, says areas of the state with moderate-to-high flooding potential include headwater streams along the central and southern Big Horn Mountains, along the Encampment River near Encampment and Riverside, and along the North Platte River near Saratoga

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Wyoming Average Gas Price Up Another Two Cents

Petroleum analysts with GasBuddy.com say the average price for a gallon of gas in Wyoming increased another two cents last week to $3.43 per gallon.

“Prices have increased about four cents over the last month and stand 14 cents higher than they do last year,” senior petroleum analyst Patrick DeHaan said. “The increases that we saw were la

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River Rail Community FCU
Anthony Pollreisz , K2 Radio
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Casper Teen Sentenced to Probation for Bank Robbery

A Casper teen will avoid prison time after admitting to robbing a downtown Casper bank last year.

18-year-old Dillon Martin apologized to his family, his friends and River Rail Community Federal Credit Union employees before receiving his 10-year probation term on Friday in Natrona County District Court

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Joseph Porambo
Kevin Koile, Townsquare Media
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Porambo to Run as Libertarian for U.S. Senate

A Casper independent running for U.S. Senate says he now intends to run as a Libertarian this November.

Joe Porambo says he made the decision earlier this week.

“Trying to achieve 10,000 signatures probably wasn’t going to occur, so I looked over the platform of the Libertarian Party and pretty much agreed with everything in the platform,” Porambo said

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Anthony Pollreisz, K2 Radio
Anthony Pollreisz, K2 Radio
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Hedquist Public Hearing Rules Given Preliminary Approval

During Tuesday’s work session, Casper City Council reviewed and gave preliminary approval to the procedure for councilman Craig Hedquist's Apr. 29 informal public hearing.

According to the procedure outlined in council documents, city-hired attorneys and attorneys representing Hedquist will first be given 30 minutes each to make opening arguments to city council

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Wyoming Average Gas Price Up Two Cents

It was another week of higher gas prices in the Cowboy State, according to GasBuddy.com and its survey of nearly 500 Wyoming gas stations.

“Average prices across Wyoming have jumped just a little bit over two cents per gallon and currently stand at $3.42,” petroleum analyst Patrick DeHa

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