Paul Wallem grew up in Tabor, SD and graduated from BonHommeHigh School in 1996. He achieved an Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education from NorfolkNebraskaCommunity College in 1998 and a Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications with an emphasis in Public Relations from Black HillsStateUniversity in 2003. He favorite highlight in his time working as News Director for The Basin Radio Network was receiving The Spirit of Service Award from the Campbell County Fire Department in 2010. He is married with one son.
Chris Brintle Sports
From a young age sports has been a major part of my life. I grew up in Kansas City, never missing Chiefs and Royals games. During those games I would pretend to be the broadcaster and call the action. Little did I know I was practicing for a possible career.
I received a Sports Media degree from Oklahoma State University. While attending school I began my broadcasting career in Stillwater, Oklahoma. I called play-by-play for high school sports around the area and Oklahoma State softball games for the team's website.
It was love at first sight from the first time I arrived in Gillette. I can not wait to meet more people within the community and build relationships that last for a long time. One thing is for sure.....Chris Ledoux wasn't lying so I am proud to be singing the Song Of Wyoming!
Jewish centers and schools across the nation coped with another wave of bomb threats Monday as officials in Philadelphia began raising money to repair and restore hundreds of vandalized headstones at a Jewish cemetery.
A bartender at the restaurant where a man was arrested last week for an apparently racially motivated bar shooting of two Indian men told a 911 dispatcher that the suspect admitted shooting two people, but described them as Iranian.
An Air Force noncommissioned officer was sentenced to three months confinement and one month of hard labor Saturday night, in what one retired colonel believes was a light sentence for his conviction of misconduct with eight women.
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis on Monday gave the White House a plan to "rapidly defeat" the Islamic State group, a Pentagon spokesman said Monday. The strategy includes significant elements of the approach President Trump inherited, while potentially deepening U.S. military involvement in Syria.
AThe Trump administration plans to abandon the federal government's longstanding opposition to a key portion of Texas' toughest-in-the-nation voter ID law, a U.S. Justice Department spokesman said Monday.