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 firstname.lastname@example.org .
Wyoming Rancher, Grateful Dead Lyricist and Cyber Activist John Perry Barlow Dies At 70
Computers started as business tool for managing the Bar Cross, and then a window into the brave new world of cyberspace.
Feds Charge Washington Man For Transporting Teen Girls For Sex
If convicted, David Peter Vier faces 10 years to life imprisonment.
FBI, Natrona and Teton Counties Investigate Bomb Threats
The local sheriff's office received the report of the threat at 7:35 p.m. Tuesday.
Casper City Council Will Vote On Nondiscrimination Resolution Without A Public Hearing
A public hearing about the nondiscrimination resolution originally was set for Feb. 20.
BLM Investigates Killings Of Wild Horses In Red Desert; Reward Offered
Wild horses are protected by the Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act of 1971.
Casper Star-Tribune Newsroom Staff Files for Union
The Star-Tribune newsroom staff realizes the newspaper industry remains a difficult one.
Douglas Police Investigate Shooting Death
The Police Department is not releasing the names of the individuals involved pending proper notification.
Casper Woman Imprisoned For Her Role In Local Prescription Drug Ring
Melissa Bishop and Charles Edwards would drive to the Denver area to obtain heroin for their own use and to sell in the Casper area,
Wyoming Highway Patrol Arrests Man For Possible Sex Trafficking
Troopers received the Attempt To Locate alert on Jan. 20.
Arizona Woman Pleads Not Guilty To Drug Deal Causing Death
In 2015, 52,404 people in the United States died of overdoses, with 33,091 -- or 91 a day -- of them dying from overdoses involving opioids.