Former Attorney General Pat Crank will guest in The Morning Zone Thursday at 7:07 AM MDT, to give his candid view of the proposed, contraversial Prairie View Elementary School.Crank was appointed as Wyoming’s 33rd Attorney General back in 2002, and served as the Assistant U.S. Attorney for the District of Wyoming from 1990 to 2002. From 1987 to 1990, he was Natrona County Assistant District Attorney in Casper, and in 1985-1986, he served as an assistant attorney general in the Wyoming Attorney General’s Office. He currently is a senior partner in a law firm here in Cheyenne. Pat and his wife, Anna, and their four children live in Cheyenne near where LCSD#1 proposes to build the new school. He and a number of other homeowners in the area are adimently opposed to that location and believes that the District is making a huge mistake.

We will continue this discussion at 8:07 with current LCSD#1 board member, Sandy Shanor. Sandy and board member Hank Bailey voted against progressing with plans to build the school at the corner of Riding Club Road and Kentucky Street in north Cheyenne, and Sandy is researching the siting plan and, like Pat Crank, has been very vocal against the school being built at that location.

Be sure to listen to this all-important discussion, and plan to call and comment or ask questions of Crank and Shanor at 1-888-503-6500 toll free or locally at 307-632-6500 0r 632-3323.