COVID-19

From Ted Mathas Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, New York Life    During the past few weeks, the Coronavirus has spread into our consciousness and our communities, raising concern for all of us. Current events are uniquely unsettling as the outcome feels uncertain not just for our...
UPDATE:  The WESTON COUNTY TREASURER’S office is now closed to the public. We are still here working please use our web site, or mail. Please call in you have any questions 746-2852   The Weston County Treasurer’s office is open and operating as normal. However we are now limiting to 2 people doing...
Compiled from Wyoming News Exchange Newspapers   The number of people with coronavirus in Wyoming grew to 26 over the weekend, and the state health officer issued an order prohibiting gatherings of 10 or more people in the latest effort to stop the spread of the virus. The state entered the...

The first confirmed case in Carbon County brought Wyoming's total COVID-19 count to 23 as of Saturday morning.

Compiled from Wyoming News Exchange Newspapers   Gatherings of 10 or more people have been prohibited in the state under an order issued by the state health officer. Meanwhile, the state recorded its 23rd case of coronavirus on Saturday as the state Health Department announced a new case in Carbon...
In light of the current public health concerns regarding COVID-19 and to ensure continued government transparency the Wyoming Press Association has prepared the following advisory regarding the Wyoming Open Meetings Act: Governmental bodies can meet their open meetings obligations, while practicing...
We Are Open Pinnacle Bank is committed to continuing to provide banking services to their customers and community. Amid COVID-19 concerns, they will be making the following temporary changes to help ensure the health of their customers and employees. All branches will offer limited access to lobby...
From Powder River Energy Cooperative: In response to ongoing restrictions of person-to-person contact because of the COVID-19 virus outbreak, Powder River Energy will close its office lobbies in Sundance, Gillette, and Sheridan, to public access, beginning Thursday, March 19, until further notice...

Wyoming's total COVID-19 case count now stands at 20, with the addition of a case in nearby Campbell County.

UPDATE to reflect new case in Campbell County Health officer orders closure of Wyoming businesses  Compiled from Wyoming News Exchange Newspapers   The number of coronavirus cases in Wyoming rose to 20 on Friday as the state Department of Health announced two new cases: one each in Fremont and...
Wyoming delegation votes in favor of multibillion-dollar relief packages   By Nick Reynolds Casper Star-Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange   CASPER — Wyoming’s congressional delegation voted in favor of billions of dollars in stimulus funding Wednesday afternoon, supporting a bipartisan effort to...
Wyoming’s coronavirus case count grows to 18   Compiled from Wyoming News Exchange Newspapers   Teton County’s first confirmed case of coronavirus brought the state’s total confirmed case count for the illness to 18 as of Thursday morning. The Teton County Health Department and St. John’s Health,...

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