General Manager's Newsletter | February 2020
A Letter from the General Manager, Christina Kuzmych

The Moth Hour is coming to WPM! It will be heard Sundays at 2 p.m. beginning February 16th. The Moth Radio Hour is a Peabody Award-winning weekly series featuring true stories told live on stage without scripts, notes, props, or accompaniment... Continue reading.
Tele-Town Hall News Director Bob Beck hosts a telephone town hall with Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon and Tom Laycock of AARP Wyoming in Cheyenne January 7. Bob Beck and the news team will cover the Wyoming Legislature February & March 2020.                              
Rawlins Meet-and-Greet Listeners chatted with Wyoming Public Media General Manager, Christina Kuzmych, and Director of Engineering, Paul Montoya, at a Meet-and-Greet in the Rawlins Library January 25.

High School Students Master the Fourth Estate January 27 Wyoming Indian High School’s journalism club students, Halle Robinson and Tyreke Dewey, learned interviewing tips from reporter Savannah Maher. View the WIHS online publication.
Antelope Butte Coverage Kamila Kudelska, Northwest Wyoming anchor, reports on outdoor recreation in the state. Shown here sharing a slope with Lynette Sutphin and daughters Lillian and Leah on January 25 at Antelope Buttes.
I Love WPR Week I Love Wyoming Public Radio raises awareness for Wyoming Public Radio in Wyoming. You can be a part of this initiative, too. It's simple; just think what it is you appreciate about public radio and send it our way.
Wind River Landowners to Receive Buy-Back Offers National Native News aired a story by Savannah Maher about Wyoming tribes to take part in federal land buy-back program on January 3.
Greenhouse Gas Emissions Dropping With Coal Decline On January 7, NPR aired a story by Cooper McKim about a report suggesting greenhouse gas emissions had fallen in 2018 primarily due to a drop from the power sector.
Proposal To Reform NEPA On January 9, National Public Radio's Newscast aired a story by Cooper McKim about proposed updates for the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).                
Coal Export Terminal Cooper McKim's story about Wyoming and Montana challenging the Supreme Court decision on the proposed coal export terminal in Washington aired on NPR's Newscast on January 23. 
Former Wyoming Coal Boomtown On January 28, National Public Radio's All Things Considered aired a feature story by Cooper McKim about citizens of Gillette looking for ways to survive the boom and bust cycles in the coal industry
Click the images below to learn more about this month's top stories.
Search for 16-Year-Old Selena Rail Tie Wind Project
Chief Black Coal Headdress Repatriated New Species of Meat-Eating Dinosaur Discovered
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