858 New Cases of COVID-19 in Wyoming, 158 in Natrona County but No New Deaths
As reported on Friday afternoon by the Wyoming Health Department, 858 new COVID-19 cases have been confirmed in the last 24 hours, 158 of which occurred in Natrona County. There are no new deaths, however.
Wyoming Game and Fish Wardens Report Rise in Wildlife & Vehicle Collisions
As fall turns to winter, numerous animals are leaving their higher-elevation levels to prepare for the oncoming season. Because of this, they are traveling more than usual, and are crossing highways at a higher rate.
David Street Station Partners with Community for Christmas Tree Lighting
This holiday season, with the world in a state of flux, a lot of things are different. But one thing that will remain is the David Street Station Community Christmas Tree.
703 New COVID-19 Cases Reported in Wyoming, 166 in Natrona County
According to the Wyoming Department of Health, out of the 22,489 current cases of COVID-19, 5,263 of them are of people 18 years of age or younger. 648 people over the age of 80 have been confirmed as cases as well.
Report: Casper Economic Health on the Rise, Still Lower than Pre-COVID
According to the Casper Economic Health Index (CaEHI), Wyoming has an index value of 97.7, as of September 2020.
703 New COVID-19 Cases Reported in Wyoming, 27 in Natrona County
There have been 155 deaths in the state, 27 of which have occurred in Natrona County.
Casper Citizens Gather at Conwell Park to Offer Prayer, Support for Healthcare Workers
'I think it means a lot just to know that someone notices you, that someone cares,' Bruner stated. 'Sometimes what happens is that people feel invisible and that no one knows or cares what they're going through. But even though we can't go in [to Wyoming Medical Center], we …
Natrona County Businesses Adapting to COVID Surge
“This is an incredibly difficult position that business owners are in right now because it’s not just about making money. You’ve also got payroll; you’ve got people that are depending on that income; it’s a really difficult position to be in.”
Report: Wyoming Economic Health on the Rise, Still Lower than Pre-COVID
According to the Wyoming Economic Health Index (WEHI), Wyoming has an index value of 99.9, as of September 2020.
Republicans Sweep Natrona County State Legislature Races
For House District 59, Republican Kevin C. O’Hearn defeated Democrat Mike A. Gilmore, winning 2,657 of the 3,787 total votes, or 70.16%.