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Casper named as Checkpoint for American Solar Challenge

The American Solar Challenge has announced that during the 2022 tour, Casper will serve as a checkpoint while solar cars make their way across the Oregon Trail. This news comes from the American Solar Challenge Facebook page, who announced back in December that Casper was on their list of stops. As the solar cars continue […]

4th Annual “5150” Restaurant Week Preview

The Fourth-Annual “5150” Restaurant Week Returns to Casper next week, so Katelyn O’Shaughnessy checked out the local culinary scene to learn more. Katelyn O’Shaughnessy: Hello, Wyoming, I’m joined today with Amanda here in Casper. Now coming up is the 5150 food fest. I mean, what can we expect? Amanda Lisa: So 5150 Restaurant Week is […]

Yellowstone Sees Record Year for Visitors

Yellowstone National Park announced they had the busiest year on record in 2021. The park hosted over 4.86 million visits in 2021 which is up 28% from 2020 with May through September being the busiest months of the year. According to the press release, July was also the most visited month on record in Yellowstone’s […]

Representative Jim Roscoe Discusses Re-Districting Process

Will Silverstein interviewed representative Jim Roscoe and discussed the way rural Wyoming counties are reacting to the re-districting process. Jim Roscoe: It will likely be a contentious discussion because of the shifts in population, because not everyone is happy about those shifts. It’s true and it needs to change and we should the Legislature should […]

State Sen Ed Cooper Discusses Biden Admin Federal Land Leasing Ban Attempts

Will Silverstein spoke with State Senator Ed Cooper about the Biden administration’s attempts to ban federal land leasing and what that means for Wyoming as a whole and the state senator’s 5 northern Wyoming counties. Ed Cooper: Pretty wise you know, there’s not a lot we can do to counteract these kind of federal overreaches. […]

Reverend McClendon Discusses Connection with Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce

We spoke with Reverend Hilton McClendon about his homelessness program in Cheyenne. Reverend Hilton McClendon: Our program is connected, or we are members of the greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce. We have become a member of that. And also, I’m also a member of the Kiwanis Club. And so I am I am deep into […]

Cheyenne Symphony ‘Rite of Spring’ Performance

Will Silverstein spoke with Cheyenne Symphony’s maestro William Intriligator about this weekend’s rite of spring performance. Will Silverstein: When you mentioned you know all these different camera angles to and mentioned the instrumentation, all this instrumentation that you normally wouldn’t see, you know, at a typical event. William Intriligator: Yeah, yeah, it’s so true. Some […]