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More than 120 long-term care residents die from COVID   By Morgan Hughes Casper Star-Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange   CASPER — More than 120 residents of Wyoming long-term care facilities have died from COVID-19 since March, according to data provided by the Wyoming Department of Health. Those...

Gov. Mark Gordon speaks during a news conference Wednesday. During the briefing, Gordon expressed frustration over the growing number of coronavirus cases in Wyoming, which he blamed on a "cavalier" and "irresponsible" attitude toward the prevention of COVID-19. Gordon also said that more cuts to state spending will be coming as he tries to balance the state's budget in the face of a $1.5 billion shortfall. (Photo by Tom Coulter, Wyoming Tribune Eagle)

Gordon frustrated by ‘cavalier’ coronavirus attitudes   By Greg Johnson Gillette News Record Via Wyoming News Exchange   GILLETTE — As some vocal Wyoming residents continue to lose patience with and push back against any and all coronavirus-related public health measures, it’s clear Gov. Mark...
Governor urges residents to adhere to safeguards as cases climb by 13   Compiled from Wyoming News Exchange newspapers   In the wake of Wyoming’s 11th death related to the coronavirus, Gov. Mark Gordon on Wednesday urged Wyoming residents to abide by the safety guidelines that have been handed down...
The Wyoming State Fair Board is soliciting input and ideas from Wyoming residents, through a state-wide online survey, that will be used to improve the attractiveness of, participation in, and attendance at the annual Wyoming State Fair and the year-round events staged at the Wyoming State...

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