Related Programs: I Love Wyoming Public Radio50 Years Of Wyoming Public Radio Chad Banks - Rock Springs, WY By Chad Banks • Feb 11, 2020 Related Programs: I Love Wyoming Public Radio50 Years Of Wyoming Public Radio TweetShareGoogle+Email Credit Milonica at en.wikipedia Listen Listening... / 0:44 Chad loves WPR because it supports local journalism and offers the world a perspective outside of Washington D.C. and New York. He also loves that WPR covers the stories of some of Wyoming's "unique gems." Tags: I Love Wyoming Public RadioTestimonialsTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Bonnie Heidel - Laramie, WY By Bonnie Heidel • Feb 4, 2019 http://www.uwyo.edu/wyndd/staff/bonnie-heidel.html Bonnie believes that WPR is one of her basic needs next to air and water. She loves WPR because it captures the best of Wyoming. Angela DeWolf King - LaPorte, Indiana By Angela Dewolf King • Jan 31, 2019 University of Wyoming Angela listens to WPR daily, and often reccomends Wyoming Sounds to friends and family traveling within the state. She loves that WPR is commited to sharing the music of local artists. Bethann Garamon Merkle - Laramie, WY By Bethann Garamon Merkle • Feb 4, 2020 UWYO Bethann has loved Public Radio since she was a sophomore in college. She loves that Wyoming Public Radio has challenged her to think about issues and has allowed her to get to know Wyoming. Andrew Hayes - Laramie, WY By Andrew Hayes • Feb 4, 2020 Andrew loves Wyoming Public Radio because of the variety it offers. Throughout the week he listens to various programs that he finds both informational and entertaining. Alex Muromcew - Jackson, WY By Alex Muromcew • Feb 4, 2020 Buckrail Alex loves Wyoming Public Radio because it's a valuable voice in the state of Wyoming and it provides a statewide view for the issues facing the state.