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I'm a life time resident of, and was born in, Casper Wyoming who has lived in, and worked in radio in, Sheridan, Gillette, and Laramie as well as LA, Portland, Seattle, Boston, Minneappolis-St.Paul, Denver. Also worked in Television as a news/sports anchor.I have 10 brothers and sisters, have had numerous different careers from oil field to rotor rooter to television news/sports anchor and am currently a licensed Certified Addictions Practioner and provisionally licensed professional counselor. I enjoy a very ecclectic, wide range of music. I have a God of my understanding that is powerful and loving. My politcs flow to that I am liberally conservative. I have a 17 year old son who is going on 27.
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The Who will record this year – Daltrey

The Who will record again. According to Roger Daltrey the Who will record new material with guitar god Pete Townsnend. Daltrey said the band has hundreds of new songs ready for the studio. "Roger Daltrey says The Who will record a follow-up to 2006′s Endless Wirethis year – and he’s convinced he and bandmate Pete Townshend are up to the job. “Pete

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Cowboys Win In OT

The University of Wyoming Cowboys men's basketball team have been working hard to find their groove. To find that group of players that can best implement coach Shayatt's plan. Saturday night it seemed the Cowboys made a step closer to that goal with an over time win, 64-62, over Nevada, bringing the Pokes record in the Mountain West Conference to (4-2) and over all (13-6)

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T-Birds Rally Back After Huge Defecit

The men's T-Bird Basketball team never gave up against the Central Wyoming Rustlers in Riverton. Defense was the answer tonight in their 67-62 win over Central Wyoming's Rustlers of Riverton. After being down 41-26 at the half the T-Birds played tenacious defense and came away with a victory 67-62 to move their record to 6-1 in the conference and 13-6 overall

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Do Not Bring Your Legal Weed To Wyoming, Says Wyoming Highway Patrol

Crowds were serenaded by live music as they waited for the nation's first legal recreational pot shops to open according to Kristen Wyatt of the Associated Press. "They ate doughnuts and funnel cakes as a glass-blower made smoking pipes, with those that made thier first purchase emerging from the stores, receipts held "high" above their heads

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