Wake Up Wyoming is hosting the next 'town hall' series as we address the various impacts of COVID-19 on Wyoming. The last program was a four-hour feature focusing on the impacts the virus has had on education in Wyoming - packed with notable guests, including Governor Mark Gordon, WY Superintendent, Jillian Balow, Kathy Vetter, President of Wyoming Education Association and other officials and experts – moderated by WUW host Glenn Woods, and News Director Nick Learned.

The June 26th town hall will focus on the impact the virus has had on the energy industry in Wyoming and what the future may look like. This edition's guests include:

  •  Governor Mark Gordon
  • Senator John Barrasso
  • Dr. Robert Godby, Director For Energy Economics & Public Policies Center, UW
  • Pete Obermueller, President of the Petroleum Association of Wyoming
  • Travis Deti, Exec. Director of Wyoming Mining Association
  • Sharon Fain and David Eskelsen – Rocky Mountain Power
  • Kit Jennings - Energy Exposition
  • Peter Wold - Wold Energy
  • Bill Thompson, Jonah Bank
  • Oil and Gas Commissioner Mark Watson
  • TBD with Workforce Services
  • Dr. Mark Dowell, WMC
  • Kim Proffit, Unita County Health Dept nurse manager

Tune into KOWB-AM1290, KOWB1290.com, or the KOWB app Friday morning 6am-10am.

Wyoming COVID-19 & Energy Town Hall is sponsored by Enyo Renewable Energy.

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