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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.
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City Will Not Recount Rejected Casper Smoking Ban Referendum Signatures

City of Casper officials say they will not recount nearly 100 rejected smoking ban referendum signatures that were being challenged by Keep Casper Smoke Free earlier this week. In response, Keep Casper Smoke Free says it will now file a complaint in district court

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Six Wyoming Communities Finalists for “Best of the Road”

Six locations in Wyoming are finalists for Rand McNally's “Best of the Road” honors.

The mapmaker says Centennial, Cody, Jackson, Laramie, Lovell, and Sheridan have been nominated in the company’s annual contest highlighting the nation’s best communities with a population of less than 150,000.

Both Centennial and Laramie

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Troopers Seize Six Pounds of Pot, $1,000 From Man During Traffic Stop

A California man is behind bars after troopers seized over $40,000 of marijuana during a traffic stop near Evanston.

Sgt. Stephen Townsend with the Wyoming Highway Patrol says 40-year-old Timothy Heerman of Moss Beach, Calif

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Several Homes, Vehicles Damaged During Monday Storm

Several homes were severely damaged during a flash flood on Casper’s east side on Monday.

Stew Anderson, the emergency manager for Natrona County, says the flood caused the heaviest damage just below the Sheepherder Hill Fire’s burn scar near Hat Six Road in the Hat Six Ranch area

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Group Asking For Help Assessing Wyoming Mobile Broadband Network

Broadband analysts are asking Wyoming residents to take part in a statewide mobile internet coverage and performance study.

LinkWYOMING, which bills itself as a mobile analytics firm, is asking residents to install its LinkWYOMING Mobile Test application on their smartphones and tablets

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Kaycee Man Dead, Another Man Injured in WYO 196 Accident

One man is dead and another man is injured after a one-vehicle rollover accident seven miles north of Kaycee in Johnson County.

Wyoming Highway Patrol investigators say 23-year-old David Niffenegger and 26-year-old Michael Mondeau, both of Kaycee, were moving northbound on Wyoming Highway 196 on Sunday when their 2005 Dodge Ram pickup left the roadway and flipped several times after failing to negotiate a left turn

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Gas Prices Climb Marginally in Wyoming, Decline Nationally

The average price for a gallon of gas in Wyoming climbed marginally last week compared to figures from a week ago.

Patrick DeHaan with Gasbuddy.com says the average price for a gallon of regular unleaded in Wyoming went up by less than a penny last week to $3.61 per gallon.

DeHaan says oil

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Proposed Urban Agriculture Ordinance Dies During Tuesday Work Session

An ordinance that would have introduced urban agriculture into Casper will not move forward.

During its Tuesday work session, Casper City Council voted down proposed municipal code amendments that would have permitted residents to legally keep honey bees and chickens on property within city limits

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