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Wyoming Congressional Delegation Supports Mask Mandate
The delegation expressed special concern for the most vulnerable people, and wearing masks can slow the spread from people who may be infected.
Wyoming Bars to Close Early; Other Statewide COVID Mandates to Take Effect
Twenty-three new deaths were confirmed by the Wyoming Department of Health on Monday.
A Final Goodbye for a Dad and a Pearl Harbor Survivor
The day and week after the attack, George T. Morton was assigned to go to nearby airfields and pick up bodies and body parts.
Lawsuit Against Powell-area Youth Ranches Details Abuses
All plaintiffs say they were subjected to physical, verbal, psychological and emotional abuse.
Lawsuit Filed by Former Wyoming Youth Centers’ Residents Names 19 Defendants
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Former Youth Centers’ Residents Allege Abuse, Forced Labor, Human Trafficking
They filed the lawsuit as class action, asserting there are at least 100 people who encountered the same abuses as the plaintiffs.
Major Wyoming Coal Producer Cuts Back Health Care Benefit Plans
In 2016, the company filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection and emerged from bankruptcy a year later.
Mills Woman Charged With Attempted Second-degree Murder Bound Over for Trial
The charging documents for the Hilyards are accompanied by lengthy affidavits.
Suspect Flees, Drags and Injures Sweetwater County Deputy
Tommy Gene Vensor remains in custody at Sweetwater County Detention Center awaiting his initial appearance in court.
Sweetwater County Sheriff Needs Help to Find Family of Man Found Dead
Investigators said the body had likely been there for months, and that the death does not appear suspicious.