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Local emergency responders had to self quarantine following possible COVID-19 exposure

A group of first responders in Star Valley had to self quarantine after possibly being exposed to COVID-19 during a call.  Lincoln County Emergency Management reports that a call for service at a residence in Star Valley was received this…

Interviews

April 7: Director Brian Nesvick, Wyoming Game & Fish

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Interviews

April 7: Bren Lowe, CEO Star Valley Health

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Do Not Playlist: “Release Me” by Def Leppard

Even the greatest bands of all time released duds on occasion.  And that is this week’s Do Not Playlist. “Release Me” by Def Leppard is just that.  The song is is now infamous for all the wrong reasons.  Please, please…

Interviews

April 6: Bryce Freeman, Wyoming Office of Consumer Advocate

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April 6: Jeff Robertson, Unclaimed Property in Wyoming

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Kick It or Keep It: “Never Will” by Ashley McBryde

Kick It or Keep It alternates back to the Spur this week with a song take from a new album by Ashley McBryde. “Never Will” shares a name with the album, which was released on Friday, April 3.  The Spur…

First confirmed case of COVID-19 confirmed in Caribou County

The following is a press release from the Southeastern Idaho Public Health Department Southeastern Idaho Public Health has confirmed a case of COVID-19 in Caribou County. This brings the total to eight cases (5 in Bannock County, 2 in Bingham…

Second confirmed case of COVID-19 reported in Star Valley, Lincoln County

The second confirmed case of COVID-19 has been reported in Lincoln County.  Star Valley Health reports that the case is a Star Valley community member and is related to a case in Teton County.  The individual has been in isolation…

Possible community spread of COVID-19 in Uinta County following second confirmed case

Uinta County in southwest Wyoming is facing possible community spread of COVID-19 following the announcement of the second confirmed case in the county Sunday afternoon. Uinta County Public Health reports that the patient is an adult male and has been…