Wyoming Hunger Initiative Helps in COVID-19 for Food Insecurity
Opportunities for community participation will be announced in the near future.
Number of Reported Wyoming Coronavirus Cases Rises to 82
There are 13 cases in Teton County.
Wyoming Coronavirus Town Hall on 'Wake Up Wyoming' Monday, 3/30
'Wake Up Wyoming' will be hosting a special coronavirus town hall Monday, March 30th 6am-10am on KGAB-AM.
Residents Asked To Stop Reporting Social Distancing 'Emergencies'
People are being encouraged to social distance, but the failure to do so doesn't merit a call to 9-1-1.
Wyoming Offers $300,000 to Businesses to Avert, Shorten Layoffs
Funding will be paid out by the Department of Workforce Services, as the fiscal agent.
Laramie County D.A. Releases Info. on Criminal Court Proceedings
Laramie County District Attorney Leigh Anne Grant Manlove says she's going to try to issue a weekly press release with highlights from the previous week's cases.
Wyoming Schools Head Orders Plannnng for Extended Closures
Each school district must have an Adapted Learning Plan approved by the Department of Education before April 6 to continue to receive state funding.
Wyoming High School Soccer Teams Stay Ready and Hope for a Season
The world of sports has been put on hold. That means high school soccer teams around the state can only wait to see if there’s a season this spring.
US Eyes New Outbreaks as Infections Worldwide Top 575,000
In the United States, the number of infections surged to more than anywhere else in the world.