Related Programs: I Love Wyoming Public Radio50 Years Of Wyoming Public Radio Dr Paul Flesher and Dr Caroline McCracken Flesher - Laramie, WY By Dr Paul Flesher & Dr Caroline McCraken Flesher • Feb 13, 2020 Related Programs: I Love Wyoming Public Radio50 Years Of Wyoming Public Radio TweetShareGoogle+Email Credit The University of Wyoming Listen Listening... / 0:30 Dr. Paul Flesher and Dr. Caroline McCraken Flesher love WPR because of how reliable it is for news. They love that WPR delivers the news in an easy to understand and factual manner. Tags: I Love Wyoming Public RadioTestimonialsTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Darla Newell - Lander, WY By Darla Newell • Feb 13, 2020 Jimmy Emerson Darla has loved WPR since she moved to Wyoming and has watched it grow throughout the years. As long as she has service, she knows she'll be listening to Wyoming Public Radio. Craig Thompson - Rock Springs, WY By Craig Thompson • Feb 13, 2020 Craig loves WPR because of the stories. He loves it so much and becomes so immersed in the stories that sometimes he even forgets where he is! Bill Reinecke - Jackson, WY By Bill Reinecke • Feb 7, 2020 Bill loves Wyoming Public Radio because it makes him connected to the state of Wyoming. He loves how Wyoming Public Radio gives him a sense of place and makes him feel grounded. Chad Banks - Rock Springs, WY By Chad Banks • Feb 11, 2020 Milonica at en.wikipedia 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."