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Rodeo Rick

In 1986 I began working in radio and my travels have taken me from Dallas, TX to Sacramento, CA to Boise, ID and now to Wyoming. Most radio people strive to work in the “Big” markets, but that wasn't the life for me! I enjoy small towns with great atmospheres and friendly hospitable folks. Growing up in Austin, TX, I played sports, went hunting and fishing and enjoyed listening to and watching the legends of country music perform. My love for radio and announcing came early in my teenage years, as I bumbled my way through the daily morning announcements at Sidney Lanier High School and after I graduated, I got my first radio job my freshman year of college at Texas A&M in Commerce, TX. Since, I’ve earned college degrees from 2 different universities – Texas A&M University in Commerce and Boise State University in Boise, Idaho. After moving to Wyoming, I created an event for charities called "Thankful Thursday" and began working with the hundreds of charities in our area. My interests include a love for college football and I really enjoy watching games at War Memorial Stadium! Go Pokes (and yes, I root for Boise State & Texas A&M too)!! Having only been in Wyoming for only a little over 6 years, I’m still exploring and trying to discover all the wonders Wyoming has to offer. If you have any suggestions of places for me to try exploring, camping, fishing or hunting, simply shoot me an email or message me on Facebook or Twitter.
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BLM Considers Drilling in the Little Mountain Area Near Rock Springs

The Bureau of Land Management has announced it will work to involve the public by extending the comment deadline and holding a public meeting as they review an application to drill in the Little Mountain area, a popular hunting and fishing spot south of Rock Springs.

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Changes in Stay Limits for the Medicine Bow National Forest

Spending time in Wyoming's back country is a great way to relax and getaway from it all.  But, if you are the type that likes to set up camp and stay for a few weeks in the same place (IE.. Hunters, etc..), you might want to take note of new changes in the camping limits in the Medicine Bow National Forest.

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