Hi. I'm the newest member of the K2 Radio news team, which marks the next phase of my three-decade journalism career including reporting for the Casper Star-Tribune from 1992 to 2012. For the past year-and-a-half, I've been taking classes at Casper College including web design, Photoshop, guitar, new media communications, creative writing, field biology, math and Spanish. Before arriving in Wyoming, I worked at papers in Colorado Springs and Beaumont, Texas. My formal education includes earning a Master of Divinity from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in S. Hamilton, Mass., and a Bachelor of Arts in English Lit from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. I have yet to graduate from the College of Hard Knocks. Avocations and experiences include outdoorsy stuff, traveling by train, tutoring at Casper College's Writing Center, herding a cat named Noir, reading, writing including a couple of published books, acting at Stage III Community Theatre, driving a stock car, dancing, and driving my 1948 MG TC -- "the sports car America loved first." Musical interests range from classical to blues to rock. I fly the flag on my 1919-era house, listen to the Clash, cook, collect antiques, and nurture a curiosity about what's around the next bend. I look forward to reporting again on our wonderful, wild and sometimes wacky Wyoming. Send me an email at email@example.com .
Casper Businessman Sonny Pilcher Probably Loses Bankruptcy Protection
Pilcher filed for chapter 7 bankruptcy protection -- liquidation of assets to pay creditors -- in July 2015 while he was serving a one year sentence in federal prison in Colorado for tax fraud.
Casper City Council Delays Vote On Food Trucks Until May
Officials with cities with thriving urban areas told Casper downtown business leader Pete Owen that Casper's proposed ordinance about food trucks would devastate downtown.
Law Enforcement Seizes Meth, Heroin and Fentanyl in Albany County
The news release did not identify the law enforcement agencies working on the case, where the interdiction occurred, or any suspects.
Natrona County Judge Sets New Tony Cercy Trial For November
One of Cercy's attorneys, Jeffrey Pagliuca of Denver, said he will file a motion to change the venue, or location, of the trial.
Natrona County Man Faces Trial For Allegedly Shooting At Occupied House
The sheriff's investigator has had several encounters with Clark over the past 16 years.
Yellowstone National Park Opens Most Roads Beginning Friday
Springtime in Yellowstone means fewer crowds, opportunities for hiking at lower elevations, and skiing or snowshoeing at higher elevations.
Natrona County Judge Details Charges, Sets Bonds For Couple With Rolling Meth Lab
The case started when Casper Police officers stopped a vehicle with Hays and Schwabel in the 2800 block of CY Avenue at 3:11 a.m. Monday.
Wyoming Federal Judge Sentences Four In Reservation Meth Conspiracy Case
The case started when Wind River Police responded to a report of a shooting in Arapahoe on July 15, 2017.
Don’t Travel Off Existing Roads On Wyoming BLM-Administered Lands
This spring, rangers will patrol popular shed hunting areas in southern Wyoming to ensure compliance with travel management rules.
Wyoming Federal Judges Sentence Seven For Drug, Firearms Crimes
A Sheridan man was sentenced to nearly 12 years in prison for possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine.
Judge Dismisses Town Of Mills’ Lawsuit Against School District
The Natrona County School District's board of trustees voted in October to close Mountain View Elementary and other schools.
Wyoming Teachers Join U.S. Marines Educators’ Workshop
In five days, participants in the Educators' Workshop will see a snapshot of the 13-week basic training from when recruits get off the bus.