Cheyenne, Wy – When Cynthia Lummis takes over as Wyoming's congresswoman next month, her chief of staff will stay in Wyoming. Lummis named former Wyoming Business Council C-E-O Tucker Fagen to hold the post. Lummis says that he will operate out of Wyoming. Fagen says other members of congress have the same set up and he will use various forms of technology to run the show. Fagen says by staying in Wyoming, they should be better able to meet the needs of constituents.
Gillette, Wy – The bitter cold gripping Wyoming caused school cancellations and delays and lots of stalled cars. Gillette recorded a low temperature of 21 below early Monday morning. Plumbing businesses in Gillette were inundated with reports of frozen and burst pipes. Gillette hardware stores found themselves running short on plumbing supplies. The Campbell County Sheriff's Office was patrolling the roads for stranded cars. Campbell County schools were closed Monday because of the bitter cold.
Wyoming – Elsa Partan speaks with Erik Molvar, the head of the Biodiversity Conservation Alliance, about the growing number of wind farms in Southeast Wyoming. Elsa Partan speaks with Erik Molvar, the head of the Biodiversity Conservation Alliance, about the growing number of wind farms in Southeast Wyoming.
Wyoming – People who have brain injury or developmental disabilities face a growing waiting list for care. Elsa Partan turns to the head of the Wyoming Department of Health, Dr. Brent Sherard, for answers.