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Officials are likely to strengthen regulations designed to inhibit the spread of

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Gov. Mark Gordon has extended statewide health orders through April 17 to “slow community transmission of coronavirus (COVID-19) and protect lives.”

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Health officials and representatives from local government will hold a second weekly community update Friday at 3 p.m., giving the public a chance to tune in and learn the latest coronavirus-related information directly from agencies handling the crisis.

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Our community is gradually settling into a new pace of life, with drastically reduced levels of service and personal interaction. Businesses and schools are shuttered across the country, and all for the right reason: reducing the spread of COVID-19.

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One-year-old Kade Wren and 6-year-old Olivia Caballero hand-picked their lunches Tuesday, both choosing a mashed potato frittata to go with a bag of baby carrots and a Rice Krispies treat. The older one also chose apple slices, while the younger went for an orange.

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St. John’s Health announced last week it would stop all elective procedures for the foreseeable future, starting Saturday, in response to a White House request for hospitals across the country to conserve medical supplies and resources.

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Northwest Wyoming’s primary economic engines — the national parks — have been closed indefinitely to stem the spread of COVID-19.

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The Wyoming Department of Health reported a third case of COVID-19 in Teton County Tuesday night, as first reported by the Casper Star-Tribune.

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With schools closed throughout the valley and many child care facilities shuttered, working parents are struggling to find day care options for children they didn’t expect to have at home.

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As sanitizing wipes fly off the shelves during the COVID-19 pandemic, Jackson’s wastewater treatment director reminds people that they should not end up in the town’s sewage.

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Gov. Mark Gordon said Wyoming businesses can now apply for up to $2 million each in low-interest economic assistance loans through the Small Business Administration to help them cope with disruption due to COVID-19.