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 Needless to say, the employer rescinded the offer.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.
LOOK: Casper Protesters March Downtown to the East Side [PHOTOS]
While at times tense and confrontational, the protesters peacefully moved along down Second Street for the most part.
Douglas Police: Misinformation Distributed Regarding Protests
The department added that Casper has had similar issues with false information being posted.
Saratoga Town Councilman Dies After Boat Capsizes In North Platte
Deputies responded to the scene. Saratoga and Encampment Search and Rescue personnel entered the river via boat.
Washakie County Nursing Home Reports COVID-19 Death
So far, 12 cases among staff and residents have been reported at the facility.
Child At Natrona County Childcare Facility Positive For COVID-19
According to the release, the child was identified for testing after their parent tested positive for the coronavirus.
Wyoming’s Top Doctor Gives Plan For Nursing Homes During Pandemic
The first outbreak in a Wyoming nursing home was reported last week, though one of the state's first outbreaks was in a longterm care facility in Fremont County.
Gordon: If Wyoming Gets Complacent, More People Will Get Sick
Gordon noted that Natrona County Health Officer Dr. Mark Dowell implored the county's residents Tuesday to practice social distancing and wear face coverings.