Cowboy State Daily Radio News: Wednesday, August 16, 2023

This is Cowboy State Daily Radio news for Wednesday, August 16, 2023

Wendy Corr

August 16, 20232 min read

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Good morning, and welcome to Cowboy State Daily radio! 

Today’s top stories:

Similar to Presidents Obama, Clinton and Carter, the Biden administration last week used the Antiquities Act of 1906 to create a new national monument - but that’s something that would not be possible in Wyoming.

 Wyoming State Parks announced Tuesday that Star Plunge, one of three hot springs in Hot Springs State Park, has been closed because no one paid the insurance bill.

 Casper resident Reid Rasner, who came in 7th place when he ran for city council in Las Vegas in 2017, officially announced his longshot campaign on Tuesday to unseat U.S. Sen. John Barrasso in 2024. 

 A former Wyoming Game and Fish commissioner says Wyoming doesn't need to worry about anti-hunters infiltrating its wildlife commission like what's happening in Colorado. But he is worried about the long-term.

And “Hella-stupid.” That’s what one Californian called his decision to join two of his friends in an Instagram-inspired pharmacy heist on a Casper Walgreens in May.

Radio Stations

The following radio stations are airing Cowboy State Daily Radio on weekday mornings, afternoons and evenings. More radio stations will be added soon.

KYDT/KBFS — Sundance

KYCN/KZEW — Wheatland

KANT — Guernsey

KZQL — Casper

KMXW — Casper

KTGA/KBDY — Saratoga

KJAX — Jackson

KZWY — Sheridan

KROE — Sheridan

KWYO — Sheridan

KYOY — Cheyenne

KRAE — Cheyenne

KDLY — Lander

Check with individual radio stations for airtime of the newscasts.

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Wendy Corr

Broadcast Media Director