Four years ago, I took a physical for a job and found out I am colorblind. Needless to say, the employer rescinded the offer. It turned out to be the best news I ever got. A couple weeks later, my first editor called and offered me a job at the Northern Wyoming Daily News in Worland. I’ve been in love with journalism ever since. Over the past four years, I have worked at various newspapers in Wyoming, where I’ve won awards for feature writing and photography. I’m a Worland High School grad and I attended the University of Wyoming. Covering the news is something I am very passionate about and take extraordinarily seriously. When I’m not at the office, I am most likely shooting a game of pool or watching a baseball game. (Go Atlanta!) Being outside with a fly rod is something I want to get into now that I’m in Casper. It’s an exciting time to be in this line of work and I can’t wait to get to know the Casper area and its residents. If you see me out and about, don’t be a stranger. And, of course, if you have any news tips for me, shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Casper Home Uninhabitable Following Fire Early Monday
There were no reports of injuries.
Casper Firefighters Rescue Two Dogs in Wednesday Night Fire
As firefighters searched the home, they found two dogs and rescued them unharmed.
Photos Show Aftermath of Vehicle Crashing Into Casper Home
The truck's apparent driver was visibly injured and was immediately taken to the hospital.
3-Year-Old Badly Burned in Yellowstone Thermal Feature
The child, who suffered second-degree burns to their lower body and back was life-flighted to a burn center in eastern Idaho.
Wyoming Governor Urges Vigilance as COVID-19 Cases Spike
Earlier this week, Wyoming set a new high for coronavirus hospitalizations at 47.
Firefighters Preparing Centennial for Mullen Fire
Crews are continuing to protect other Albany County communities.
‘I Did the Right Thing’ — Casper Restaurant Temporarily Closes Due to COVID
Office Bar and Grill owner Jim Kanelos said it's not easy to be brutally honest with his employees and customers, but it's the right thing to do.
Conservative Hoaxers Face Charges Over False Voter Robocalls
In August, the men denied involvement.
‘This is a Call to Action': Wyoming Governor Urges More Vigilance With COVID
State Health Officer Dr. Alexia Harrist said the worst-case scenario would be if the state's hospitals begin to become strained from the sharp increase in cases.
Mullen Fire Reaches New Milestone: Now Exceeds 150,000 Acres
Structure protection crews will begin assessing Ryan Park and the town of Centennial.