Bob Beck has been News Director of Wyoming Public Radio since 1988. During his time as News Director WPR has won 94 national, regional and state news...
Morning Edition Host
Caroline comes to Wyoming by way of New York City, where she received her BA in Global Liberal Studies from New York University and her Masters in...
Program Director and Wyoming Sounds Host
Grady has taken a circuitous route from his hometown of Kansas City to Wyoming. Sometime after the London Bridge had fallen down, he moved to...
Ranch Breakfast Host
Kelli Trujillo came to Wyoming for graduate school, and earned both MS and PhD degrees in geology and paleontology from the University of Wyoming. She loved Wyoming so much she decided to stay, and now works as a consulting...
Maggie Mullen is a fifth generation Wyomingite, born and raised in Casper. She is currently a Masters candidate in American Studies and will defend...
Melodie Edwards grew up in Walden, Colorado where her father worked in the oilfield and timber industries. She graduated with an MFA from the...
Cultural Affairs and Production Director
Micah Schweizer oversees arts and culture coverage for Wyoming Public Radio, including the podcasts...
Director of Engineering and Wyoming Sounds Host
When Penny Preston came to Cody, Wyoming, in 1998, she was already an award winning broadcast journalist, with big market experience. She had anchored in Dallas, Denver, Nashville, Tulsa, and Fayetteville. She’s been a news director in Dallas...
A multi-media journalist, Rebecca Huntington is a regular contributor to Wyoming Public Radio. She has reported on a variety of topics ranging from the National Parks, wildlife, environment, health care, education and business. She recently...
Tennessee -- despite what the name might make you think -- was born and raised in the Northeast. She most recently called Vermont home. For the last...
Host of the Ranch Breakfast Show
Tom Wilhelm is the Host of the Ranch Breakfast Show on Wyoming Public Radio. Tom is celebrating 30 years as the Saturday bluegrass guru at the station. He took over the Pickin’ and Singin’ AM...