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Cheyenne Frontier Days Foundation Names New Executive Director

Cheyenne Frontier Days has named Tucker Fagan, to its newly-created executive director position, for the Cheyenne Frontier Days Foundation. Fagan spent 30 years in the United States Air Force, where he was head of the joint chiefs of staff nuclear section. In this position, he prepared the “football” for President Reagan; and taught the president […]

Casper Fire Chief to Retire

After 44 years of fire service, Casper Fire Chief Thomas Solberg announces his retirement. Solberg began his work as Casper’s fire chief IN 2018. Prior to his position in Casper, Solberg rose through the ranks of the Lee’s Summit Missouri fire department where he served as chief. He also served as chief in Peoria Arizona […]

More with Reverend Hilton McClendon and His Homeless Program

Will Silverstein shares more from his interview with Reverend Hilton McClendon and his tour in support of his homeless program. Reverend Hilton McClendon: And I reach out to any other pastor or ministers that can that are in the community, if they can give some spiritual help, that gives a great, a great need to […]

January 14 Hometown Hero

January 14 Hometown Hero

The Hometown Hero for January 14th is Lieutenant Mark Slovik who recently retired from the Laramie County Sheriff’s Office. Lieutenant Slovik began his career with the Sheriff’s Office in 2004 as a Deputy Sheriff. He was promoted to Patrol Sergeant in 2011 and later promoted to Patrol Lieutenant in 2019. Lieutenant Slovik was a member […]

Natrona County Senator Bill Landen Discusses Fed Infrastructure Bills

Will Silverstein spoke with Natrona County Senator Bill Landen about how the federal infrastructure bill’s benefits will be distributed across Wyoming. Will Silverstein: I’m pleased to be joined by Senator Bill Landon of Natrona County. Senator, thank you for joining us. Bill Landen: Thank you very much. Well, appreciate the opportunity. Will Silverstein: Absolutely. So […]

Governor Orders Flags Flown at Half Staff in Honor of Sen Reid

Governor Orders Flags Flown at Half Staff in Honor of Sen Reid

Governor Mark Gordon has ordered both the U.S. and state of Wyoming flags be flown at half-staff statewide in honor of former Senator Harry Reid. The day of interment is scheduled for January 13, and so the flag will be lowered to half-staff beginning at midnight on January 13 and return to full-staff at sunset […]

Comedian Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias Returns to Casper

We spoke to General Manager of the Ford Wyoming center Brad Murphy on comedian Gabriel Iglesias returning to Casper this weekend. Brad Murphy: Fluffy was here in in October of 2019, which a lot of people say he was just here. Well, that’s been two and a half years ago. So we’re super excited to […]