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Radio Guest List – Cody, Wyoming – February 22, 2014

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Ever wondered if TSA PreCheck is worth the $85 fee and application process? And how safe is airline travel these days compared to previous years? Peter talks about the latest travel news with the experts.

Plus, is there such a thing as the “real” Wild West anymore? Local Chip Richards tells us why Cody, Wyoming, is home to some of the best rodeos in the world. Once home to the notorious Buffalo Bill Cody, the town still maintains its Western traditions, and the executive director of the Buffalo Bill Center for the West sits down with Peter to discuss the town’s rich history.  And find out more about this town’s enviable position as the gateway to Yellowstone National Park.

Listen in as Peter Greenberg Worldwide broadcasts this week from Cody, Wyoming.

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Featured guests:

Mike Boyd, aviation analyst and the founder of the Boyd Group, talks about last year’s airline safety numbers.

Bob Richard, former Yellowstone park ranger, discusses the vast area covered and what travelers need to know about the park for a safe and fun trip.

Russell Wenke, fire administrator for Park County, WY, talks about the land that he serves and how more than 60 men volunteer on his force.

Joe Sharkey, business travel editor of The New York Times, reveals whether TSA PreCheck is really worth the cost.

Kim Barhaug, facility manager and educator at Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation, talks about the history of Japanese-American internment camps in Wyoming.

Ruffin Prevost, founding editor of Yellowstone Gate, talks about the night life in Wyoming and winter activities like snowshoeing and snowmobiling.

Bruce Eldredge, executive director/CEO of Buffalo Bill Center of the West, talks about the history of the Buffalo Bill Center of the West and how it has become a destination museum.

Patrick Smith, airline pilot, author, columnist & founder of, talks about the whether the TSA should be armed and concealed weapons at the airport.

Chip Richard, 30-year-board member of the Cody Night Rodeo and Cody Stampede, talks about the 90 rodeos Cody, Wyoming hosts during the summer.

Melody Singer, co-owner of Cassie’s Supper, Club, describes the rich history of Cassie’s evolution from a brothel to a family restaurant.



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