Paul Montoya

Director of Engineering & Morning Music Co-Host

Phone: 307-766-4265

Paul Montoya has been involved in radio for over 40 years working in Albuquerque, Las Vegas. Phoenix, Denver and Cheyenne.  He met his wife Lynn while working at KBPI radio in Denver in 1982.  They have four children and four grandchildren.  He and Lynn purchased a couple of radio stations in Cheyenne in 1995.  They sold them in 2006 and began construction on their Bed and Breakfast near Vedauwoo.  

Paul enjoys the outdoors and especially hiking and skiing.

Paul has continued his love affair with radio and music and appreciates the opportunity to work with Grady Kirkpatrick and Wyoming Public Radio.


Wyoming Public Radio invites you to vote for your Top 5 CD picks of 2014. We'll add up listener picks and compile the Top 20 of 2014 to play back on Morning Music. Choose your Top 5 by 12:00am on December 27th. There's also an additional list in a separate category, the top CD's from Wyoming artists.

Choose your Top 5 favorite albums of 2014. If your favorite album of the year is not listed here, use our write-in question at the bottom of the poll.

Reception / Off-the-Air Conditions:

12/22/14 - Evanston (89.7)

The Evanston signal will be off the air until tomorrow evening. We are replacing the antenna.

12/19/14 - Evanston (89.7)

Due to a power outage, the Evanston signal for Wyoming Public Radio will be off the air Friday, Dec. 19. (89.7)

12/16/14 - Dubois (91.3)

Dubois' signal is back on the air.



WPR's Top 20 CD's of 2013 from listener and staff votes. Thanks to everyone who voted:

Labor Day weekend provided a great opportunity for everyone to attend the 5th Annual Snowy Range Music Festival in Laramie.  Highlights of the weekend included the March Fourth Marching Band, and Leftover Salmon with guests musicians Sam Bush and Bill Payne (Little Feat).  Also Travis Tritt, Jalan Crossland, Canned Heat and many more great musicians.  WPR's Paul Montoya was on hand to help MC the event.  Attending enjoyed great music, great food, and lots of sunshine.