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Representative Mike Yin Discusses Corporations Committee

We spoke with Representative Mike Yin about the Corporations Committee. Will Silverstein: Have you jumped into this process as a replacement for representable? What has it been like jumping on a moving train, so to speak? Mike Yin: So, you know, I, I took over for representative LaBelle, and so shoot, she’ll be coming back […]

State Senator Brian Boner Discusses Committee’s Large Project Bill

We spoke with State Senator Brian Boner about the NRF committee’s 2022 large project bill. Brian Boner: So these are the projects that are more than $200,000 that require legislative approval per our statutes. And so the wildlife natural resource trust does a host of projects that improve our natural resources. In particular this year, […]

January 13 Hometown Hero

January 13 Hometown Hero

The Hometown Hero for January 13th is officer Brandon LaPointe with the Rock Springs Police Department. Officer LaPointe was recently sworn in by Mayor Tim Kaumo. Officer LaPointe was previously employed by the St. George Police Department in Utah before he and his wife, Mikayla, moved to Rock Springs to be closer to Mikayla’s family. […]

One-Vehicle Rollover in Casper, First Roadway Fatality of the Year

One person has died after their car was involved in a one-vehicle rollover. 53-year-old Brett Briscoe, from Casper, was headed north on Interstate 25 when the vehicle exited the left side of the roadway. The driver over-corrected to the right and lost control of the vehicle. The car left the right side of the road […]

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Resigns

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jillian Balow has resigned from her position. In a release, she announced that Virginia Governor-elect Glenn Youngkin asked her to serve as Virginia’s Superintendent of Public Instruction. A position that she accepted. The Superintendent’s resignation is effective January 16th. The Republican Party Central Committee will have 15 days to submit […]

Reverend McClendon Discusses Homeless Program

We spoke with Reverend Hilton McClendon about his upcoming tour in support of his homeless program. Reverend Hilton McClendon: We’re excited. And not only that, we’ll I have two recordings that I’m going to be taking out with me. I did a recording back in 1987. And I had a, I have a, I have […]

Governor Petitions to Remove Yellowstone Grizzlies from Endangered Species List

Governor Gordon has submitted a petition to remove greater Yellowstone grizzlies from the endangered species list. The petition, filed with the support of Idaho and Montana, affirms that grizzly bears, by all measures, have been fully-recovered since 2003. Montana, Idaho and Wyoming separately approved a modified Tri-State Agreement establishing new management targets and discretionary management […]