Albany County

Sen. Chris Rothfuss Given Golden Bell Award
The Senate Minority Floor Leader of the Wyoming State Legislature, Senator Chris Rothfuss, is a 2020 recipient of the Golden Bell Award, given annually by the Wyoming School Boards Association.
Sen. Rothfuss has represented Senate District #9, located in Albany County, in the Wyoming State Senate sin…
Albany County Mask Mandate Extended
The Albany County public mask mandate which was put into effect o November 6 has been extended after a request from County Health Officer, Jean Allais, MD, until January 4, 2021.
There were several changes made to the mandate as well.
One big change to the “first continuation&CloseCurlyDoubleQuo…
Mullen Fire Area Restrictions Lifted
The Albany County Sheriff's Office announced on their Facebook page that all area closures caused by the Mullen Fire have been lifted.
In the post, the sheriff's office posted a letter from the United States Department of Agriculture.
In this letter, it states that all closures which were enacted in S…
City of Laramie to Move to Level 3 Of Pandemic Plan
The City of Laramie is moving to Level 3 of the Continuity of Operations Pandemic Plan due to the rise of COVID-19 cases in the city and in Albany County.
Beginning at 8:00 a.m. on November 13, 2020, most City buildings will be closed to public access and walk-in customer service...
Albany County Mask Order Goes Into Effect Friday
Dr. Alexia Harrist recently has issued a Public Health Order for the people of Albany County in response to the growing COVID-19 case in the county and state. The order goes into effect on November 6 at 5 pm.
The 6-page order was issued at the request of the Albany County Public Health Officer and re…
Seven More COVID Related Deaths Confirmed in Wyoming
The Wyoming Department of Health announced on Thursday that seven more coronavirus related deaths have been confirmed in the state.
The following deaths were confirmed.

a Crook County man died late last month in another state, where he likely contracted the virus
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