David Graf

News Volunteer

David was born and raised in Little Rock, Arkansas and began college at Santa Clara University. After two years in the Bay Area and a stop in College Station, Texas, he enrolled at the University of Wyoming to study journalism. When he’s not hitting the books, he’s exploring the United States and all of its beauty, or he’s parked on the couch watching football.

Taylar Stagner

On the morning of Laramie High School's graduation, history and social studies teacher Will Plumb is trying to pump up the crowd of students gathered for graduation rehearsal. He's running back and forth across the stage conducting the kids in the wave.

ThinkWY

The Wyoming Humanities Council is releasing a new podcast that celebrates the 150-year anniversary of women's suffrage in the state. Wyoming was the first state to give women the right to vote in 1869, and it was on September 6, 1870 that Louisa Swain cast the first ballot by a woman.