I am proud to have grown up in the small town of Shoshoni, Wyoming. After graduating high school, I went to a small college in Williston, North Dakota. After only two years away from home, I decided to go to college in my home state and transferred to the University of Wyoming. I have always loved writing and chose to go into the journalism field and got my degree in Journalism from UW in December of 2011. I have two sisters, one of which is my twin. Spending time with my sisters is one of my favorite things in the world, but it seems there is never enough time for me to see them as often as I would like. My activities outside of work include spending time with my dogs, watching too many sports, and reading as many books as time allows. Tracie became News Director of KOWB 1290AM in May 2014.
Laramie Man Dies In Single Vehicle Wreck
An 18-year-old Laramie man died in a single vehicle wreck just east of Laramie last Friday.
Haze in Wyoming Caused By Fires in Idaho and Washington
People from all around the Cowboy State have noticed a bit of a smoky haze today.
La Bonte Canyon Fire Grows Slightly Over Weekend [PHOTOS]
Rough terrain has made it difficult for fire crews.
La Bonte Canyon Fire Larger Than Thought
A wildfire on the far north boundary of Albany County and on the Medicine Bow National Forest is much larger than initially thought.
Laramie Man Sentenced For Conspiracy to Commit Murder
A Laramie man has been sentenced for his role in an alleged pipe bomb murder plot.
Photographer Captures Image Of 102-Year-Old Laramie Man
A photographer recently visited Laramie for a very special project.
Red Flag Warning Issued For Many Wyoming Areas
The National Weather Service in Cheyenne has issued a Red Flag Warning effective until 8 p.m. today.
Grant Helps Strengthen Wyoming Geriatric Care
The University of Wyoming recently received a multi-million dollar grant that will help strengthen geriatric care and training throughout the Cowboy State.
Black Bear Euthanized After Multiple Human Encounters
A young black bear that wandered into Laramie over the weekend was euthanized after it repeatedly appeared in residential areas, presenting a risk to communities in two different states.
Four Wyoming Counties To Receive Federal Disaster Assistance
President Obama announced yesterday that assistance will be made available for Albany, Johnson, Niobrara, and Platte Counties to repair roads and bridges damaged by flooding.