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Brian Scott is a Wyoming guy. He moved with his family in 1970 to a ranch outside of Medicine Bow then off to Saratoga and landing in Casper in the mid 70's. Elementary school, junior high and high school as well as some time at Casper College, molded the man you know today. After getting started in radio at KTRS in the early 80's Brian had a chance to go to work for CBS records in Chicago. Stints with Polygram And Geffen followed before family and the call of Casper brought him home. Brian took over the K2 Radio morning show almost 20 years ago and remains one of the top rated morning shows in the state. Brian has also had some fun getting close to the music with his midday show on MyCountry 95.5. Brian has been married almost 25 years, has 3 boys and 3 granddaughters that are the apples of his eye.
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Artcore Announces Festival Choir And Orchestra Concert December 12th

The 2015 Festival Choir & Orchestra Concert will take place at Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church on Saturday, December 12 at 7:30 pm. The show begins with the Phoenix Ringers Handbell Choir playing, as people gather for the 7:30 performance followed by pieces by the Oil City Barbershop Chorus, the woodwind quintet of Delores Thornton, flute; Janice Moffatt, oboe; Doug Moffatt, clarinet; Richard Turner, bassoon; and Pamela Glasser, horn; and cellist Christine Dunbar...

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Ian Delap, Townsquare Media
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Townsquare Cares Brightens Day Of Casper Military Family [VIDEO]

Leading up to Veteran's Day in November, we teamed up with Townsquare Cares to solicit nominations and donations from our community with the idea that from the support we could brighten the holidays for one of our active duty military families. Out of the number of nominations we received, this letter from Tracy Lake stood out.

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Randy Becker, Facebook
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Huge Crack In The Earth Opens Up In The Foothills Of The Bighorn Mountains [PHOTO GALLERY]

Over the weekend a number of reports came in about a crack in the earth showing up in the southern foothills of the Big Horn Mountains. A friend of ours, Randy Becker was in the area and captured the above images of the collapse and shifting of the soil and rock in the area.

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