WPR News
6:05 am
Mon June 18, 2007

Candidates Make Their Pitch

Casper, Wy – Candidates to replace Senator Craig Thomas want to reform the endangered species act health care social security and rein in spending. 26 of 30 candidates appeared at a forum in Casper that was broadcast statewide and explained their view points on a wide range of questions. What was unusual was when they differed. On the hot button issue of stopping leasing in the Wyoming range a bill that was being drafted by Senator Thomas when he died Colin Simpson said he had not read the bill and did not say whether he supported the concept.

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WPR News
5:58 am
Mon June 18, 2007

Parady Pleased With Forum

Casper, Wy –
Candidates to replace Senator Craig Thomas want to reform the endangered species act health care social security and rein in spending. 26 of 30 candidates appeared at a forum in Casper that was broadcast statewide and explained their view points on a wide range of questions. Wyoming Public Radio's Bob Beck has more
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3:52 am
Mon June 18, 2007

CJ Box on His Newest Book

Cheyenne, WY – Cheyenne author CJ Box tells us how his latest book, Free Fire, is based in Yellowstone

3:50 am
Mon June 18, 2007

Author Talks about the State of Healthcare

Wyoming – Jonathon Cohn talks about his new book, Sick: The Untold Story of America's Healthcare Crisis.

3:47 am
Mon June 18, 2007

What's in a Song?

Yellowstone, WY – We start a series on songs about Yellowstone.

3:45 am
Mon June 18, 2007

Reporter's Roundtable: Reporters Discuss the Bid for Wyoming's Senate Seat

Wyoming – Wyoming public Radio's Elsa Heidorn turned to Casper Star-Tribune reporter Tom Morton and Channel 5's Executive Producer Robert Geha to analyze the list of 31 candidates who have now thrown their hats in the ring for Wyoming's vacant U.S. Senate seat.


3:41 am
Mon June 18, 2007

Pinedale Weighs in on the Housing Crisis

Pinedale, WY – Wyoming Public Radio's Rebbecca Huntington goes to Pinedale to measure residents' feelings on the housing issue.

3:32 am
Mon June 18, 2007

Social Services Feel the Heat in SW Wyoming

Wyoming – Because of housing impacts and growth in communities, some agencies are getting pushed. Kristin Espeland reports.

3:30 am
Mon June 18, 2007

One Community Has a Plan for Affordable Housing

Wyoming – In this second part of our two part series on the lack of affordable housing, Bob Beck finds that in Sheridan a group is moving forward with a possible solution.

3:26 am
Mon June 18, 2007

Oil Company Comes to Cheyenne to Rescue Reputation

Wyoming – Some 350 people crowded into the Plains Hotel wanting to know why they had to pinch their pennies to save gas while oil companies made record profits. And ConocoPhillips didn't shy away from the inquisition. Peter O'Dowd reports.

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