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Wyoming COVID-19 cases rise to 162, state lab limits testing

Compiled from Wyoming News Exchange newspapers Wyoming’s coronavirus case count grew to 162 on Friday morning, an increase of nine from the previous day. The Wyoming Health Department announced that as of 10 a.m. Friday, nine new cases were reported…

Wyoming News Briefs: April 3, 2020

Cheyenne officials eye liquor store deliveries CHEYENNE (WNE) – A few weeks into the COVID-19 pandemic’s local impact, city officials are eyeing a way to allow Cheyenne’s liquor stores to make deliveries – something already permitted in most other parts…

Wyoming COVID-19 cases rise to 150, five critically ill in Fremont County

Compiled from Wyoming News Exchange newspapers The number of Wyoming counties untouched by the coronavirus shrunk to seven on Thursday as the Wyoming Department of Health reported 13 new cases in seven counties, including the first case seen in Uinta…

Teton County requires people to stay at home, Wyoming COVID-19 cases rise to 130

Compiled from Wyoming News Exchange newspapers The number of coronavirus cases in Wyoming increased to 130 on Wednesday as the Wyoming Health Department detected new cases in five counties. Both Natrona and Teton counties saw their case counts grow by…

Wyoming coronavirus up to 120 cases, only 16 hospitalized

Compiled from Wyoming News Exchange newspapers Wyoming’s coronavirus case count grew by 25 on Tuesday to total 120 with the detection of new cases in eight counties. The Wyoming Department of Health reported new cases were detected in Campbell, Fremont,…

Riverton couple charged with murder in Friday shooting

By Clair McFarland  The Ranger Via- Wyoming News Exchange RIVERTON — A husband and wife were charged Friday morning in the death of 38-year-old Trevor Bartlett, who died of a gunshot wound early Thursday. Court documents state the following: On…

Gordon OKs oil and gas tax break

By Camille Erickson  Casper Star-Tribune Via- Wyoming News Exchange CASPER — In the midst of unprecedented volatility in the global oil market, shale producers in Wyoming received a small boost Friday in the form of tax relief. Gov. Mark Gordon…

Coronavirus cases up to 87, Jackson issues ‘shelter in place’ order

Wyoming’s first “shelter in place” order took effect over the weekend as Jackson’s town council approved an ordinance requiring the town’s residents to stay at home. The ordinance came on the heels of a similar order issued by Teton County…

Wyoming coronavirus case count jumps to 53; Gordon urges people to stay home

Compiled from Wyoming News Exchange Newspapers Wyoming’s coronavirus case count grew to 53 on Thursday, but reports from two county health agencies indicated some of those patients have already recovered. Meanwhile, Gov. Mark Gordon again urged Wyoming residents to stay…

As business halts, workers brace for unemployment

By Morgan Hughes Casper Star-Tribune Via- Wyoming News Exchange CASPER — The phones at the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services office have been ringing off the hook. Busy signals and hour wait times greet callers, even as 37 agency employees…