The restriction includes Central and East Campuses, primary and secondary clinics and walk-in clinics. We understand this will be challenging, but we’re committed to taking the necessary precautions to protect our patients, healthcare workers and the community.
Halloween is just three days away and many local organizations are hosting events to make this year feel at least a bit normal. The Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum is joining in on the festivities.
Wyoming now ranks among the worst states for spread of the coronavirus as its residents grow weary of measures to protect themselves and state officials refrain from reimposing public-health orders to try to force compliance.
The city of Lander obtained Cares Act funding, awarded by SLIB (State Loan and Investment Board). The funding will be used to modify their municipal courtroom, in part to accommodate social distancing.
Taylor Romans, a Lander junior in high school, has taken on the full-time volunteer job of coordinating the local group of this nonprofit organization and raising the funds to to put over 800 wreaths on these grave sites for veterans, at Christmastime.
To all the Ghoul’s & Witches, this spooky season has much to do in celebration of Halloween this Saturday in Cheyenne. Though the most frightening thing this month has been the Cheyenne winter weather conditions as October is nearing it’s end.
Due to an increased number of student COVID cases, student exposure risk, and quarantined students, Eastern Wyoming College in Torrington has decided to transition to online and hybrid delivery of courses.
In response to a 10 percent cut in state funding that resulted in an immediate reduced distribution from the state earlier this year, the University of Wyoming’s administration has identified a plan to address a $42.3 million budget reduction in the current biennium to present to the UW Board of Trustees.