Lois is a Wyoming native who find WPR to be an important part of her life with its supply of culture, music, and Wyoming news. She donates at the Leadership Circle level because she wants to keep public radio strong, no matter what happens in Washington, DC.
Sarah Brown Matthews loves the opportunity to belong to a radio station that cares about its members and its content, and she says that she hasn't found that in many other states. She loves listening to Wyoming Sounds 103.5 FM in Laramie!
Mark is the father of one of the WPR staff members, and began listening in 2014 when she started working here. Though he lives in a small town where he can listen to Florida and Alabama public radio signals, he still chooses to stream WPR at work because it provides that largest variety of local programming.
Marion remembers the days before WPR had a statewide network and says that this statewide networks knits the community together. She believes that the diverse listeners and stories keeps people open-minded and balanced.
Wyoming State Highway Patrolman Tyler Matheney talks about how Wyoming Public Radio has become a companion on his 8 to 10 hour shifts in the patrol car. He finds the programming to be honest and intellectually stimulating, so he supports WPR with a monthly sustaining membership.