Vic Wright – Operations Manager/1270AM 106.7FM KIML
Vic Wright is the morning show personality for KIML. He came to Gillette in 2010 as the morning personality for 97.3 KAML-FM before moving to The KIML in February of 2017. He helps call Gillette College Pronghorn basketball and high schools sports, as well. A native of the D.C. area, he started his radio career in 2004 in the Fredericksburg, VA and Orange, VA markets. He headed to the plains of Great Bend, KS, before landing in Gillette.
Brandon B – 97.3 KAML
Brandon hosts “The Morning Scramble” on 97.3 KAML-FM and is the play-by-play broadcaster for the Campbell County Camels, also on 97.3 KAML-FM. He is originally from Montana, and started his radio career in Missoula, MT before moving on to Havre, MT. Most recently, Brandon was the Sports Director at Bluffs Broadcasting in Scottsbluff, Nebraska. When he’s not working, Brandon can typically be found watching one of his favorite sports teams and enjoying a good meal. He also likes socializing and meeting new people.
Cindy Rhodes – 101.5 The Drive
Wanderlust is a real thing, especially when plans to have a family and raise children does not happen. I have made my way to Gillette on my “Living My Life Tour.” Born and raised in Lansing, Michigan, I have, also, lived on the Kentucky/Tennessee border, then moved to Bamberg, Germany for three years, moved back to Michigan to complete my B.S. in Education, and was part of the pilot group of Central Michigan University students to end our education program by student teaching in Ghana, Africa. Upon graduation, I left Michigan for my first teaching job in northern Virginia, teaching eighth grade pre-algebra and algebra, but left for one year to return to Michigan to complete my M.A. in Educational Technology at Michigan State University, finally returning to Virginia to complete another six years of teaching in Prince William County Schools.
I could not get my dream of radio out of my mind, and after two years of serious consideration, I resigned from my teaching position and returned to Michigan to do whatever it took to realize my dream. I volunteered then worked for LCC Radio 89.7, completed a broadcast program at Specs Howard School of Media Arts near Detroit, interned at Townsquare Media, and worked whatever jobs that I needed to pay the bills, until I saw an opportunity in Wyoming. Excited to build my new career and not afraid to move to a new region, I loaded up my vehicle and moved to Gillette to continue experiencing “life” and living my dream, rocking it out in radio. No fear.
Erik B – 100.7 Fox Country
Erik is originally from Ohio, and moved to Wyoming in 1990 to be closer to family. In 1993, Erik began working for KGWY Fox Radio as a morning show announcer and Operations Manager for the company. In 2001, he left Basin Radio to pursue other ventures. Erik has remained involved in the community participating in such activities as emceeing local events.
Erik returns to Fox Country with a renewed excitement for being able to re-connect with the listeners. “the listeners is why I love doing radio, being their morning wake up call and if I can provided a little humor to their day then I have done my job” Tune in every weekday morning at 6:00am to Erik and the Fox Morning Show.