WPR’s familiar voice, Caroline Ballard, moves on after 5 years

For any Public Radio listeners, you would recognize Caroline Ballard’s voice reporting news and hosting programming throughout Wyoming. The announcement was made on Wyoming Public Radio’s Facebook yesterday and can be read below. According to the post, after 5 years, Ballard is moving on to host All Things Considered for KEUR in Salt Lake City. Thanks to Caroline for her hard work and reporting over the years!

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A message from Caroline Ballard:

Hi listeners,

After five wonderful years, today is my last day on air at Wyoming Public Radio. It’s been a privilege and a pleasure to bring you news and feature stories, the always unpredictable Wyoming weather, and of course the occasional pun (sorry about that!). I’ll be just a hop and a skip over the state line – hosting All Things Considered for KUER in Salt Lake City. If you’re ever driving through in the afternoon, tune in for a familiar voice.

Thank you for letting me be a part of your mornings – your commutes, breakfasts, cups of coffee, shower time – all of it. I’ll always carry a piece of Wyoming with me. And one last time, I hope you have a great day.

Best wishes,
Caroline Ballard

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