WIC

New income guidelines for WIC — or the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children Program — will allow for more people to use the service operated by the Wyoming Department of Health as a result of a joint federal and state government effort under the U.S. Department of...
JACKSON — Faced with a baby formula shortage stemming from a national recall and supply chain disruptions, the Wyoming Women, Infants and Children program, or WIC, has expanded its coverage options. Parents may now use WIC benefits on additional brands and sizes of formula that were not previously...
Census shows Wyo population up 2.3%   By Morgan Hughes Casper Star-Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange   CASPER — America’s least populated state is growing, though much slower than most of the nation. The U.S. Census Bureau released population data from the 2020 census count Thursday, revealing that...
Effort on at all levels to transform Powder River Basin into nation's Carbon Valley   By Greg Johnson Gillette News Record Via Wyoming News Exchange   GILLETTE –– Going carb-free may be the diet du jour for people looking to drop a few pounds, but when it comes to re-imagining the Powder River...
Low wages continue to cause problems for Wyoming families   By Kathryn Palmer Wyoming Tribune Eagle Via Wyoming News Exchange   CHEYENNE – Low wages continue to present social and economic barriers for many Wyoming families – something that looming state budget cuts have the potential to exacerbate...
Alexis Barker NLJ News Editor   Imagine being ostracized from eating in public because of the way you must consume your food or nourish your child. This is what babies around the United States, as well as breastfeeding mothers, deal with on a daily basis according to Jordan Pitchford, breastfeeding...

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