Born and raised in the Wyoming, Clayton Tanner joined our News team in November 2016 as our Web Manager/MMJ Reporter
Clayton grew up in Lander and graduated from LVHS in 2007. He then came to the Oil City-Casper to Casper College to complete his Associates in English with a Writing Emphasis and then gained his Bachelor’s in Journalism through the University of Wyoming at Casper College.
Clayton also interned with Wyoming Senator John Barrasso in Casper. He graduated college in 2012 and went to work at various jobs around Casper and Natrona County. From 2014-2016 Clayton worked as a Community Maven/Reporter for Oil City News.
When he is not our reporting or posting our news story to Facebook and Twitter, Clayton spends his time practicing and teaching Taekwon-do, boogie boarding the North Platte River and spending time with his family.
He is always looking for new and unique story ideas, to reach him feel free to email email@example.com.
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