Teton County kids won’t be back in the classroom this fall, at least not full time.
The number of active coronavirus cases in Wyoming remained at 575 on Wednesday as the number of new cases and the number of recoveries balanced each other out.
The idea of a “food truck row,” or a temporary area for already-permitted food trucks to provide additional dining options during the COVID-19 pandemic, is still on the table after the Jackson Town Council decided Monday to continue the issue to its next meeting.
It’s too early to call it a win, but a few key metrics regarding the novel coronavirus are trending in the right direction.
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected people’s lives in countless ways this year. Now Teton County election officials are asking residents to change the way they have traditionally cast their ballots.
Young seasonal workers are driving up COVID-19 infections through a lack of social distancing and mask wearing, health officials say.
Residents of St. John’s Living Center, a Jackson long-term care facility, were all tested for COVID-19 after an employee tested positive for coronavirus over the weekend.
Teton District Health Officer Dr. Travis Riddell on Wednesday afternoon issued a recommendation that restaurants and bars close at 10 p.m. in an effort to discourage crowding and the resultant community spread of coronavirus.
The state has approved Teton County's request to extend an order requiring people to wear masks in public places as COVID-19 cases rise.Teton County has had 134 new coronavirus infections reported between July 14 and July 27. On Tuesday, the county added another 18 new cases, bringing the cu…
A man from Uinta County has died from COVID-19-related complications, bringing the state's total deaths linked to the illness to 26, the Wyoming Department of Health announced Tuesday.
As the per-capita rate of COVID-19 cases in Jackson Hole climbs, community leaders are beginning to feel the impacts on health care services, including virus testing capacity, public hotlines and telehealth.
A new model says if universal mask wearing went into effect today, the daily COVID-19 deaths in the United States could be cut by two-thirds by Nov. 1.
No matter how effective you feel cloth face coverings are, if you refuse to wear one in public businesses in Teton County, you could be hit with a fine.
The number of laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 cases seen in Wyoming since the illness was first detected in March grew by 62 on Monday, the highest single-day increase since the pandemic began.
Teton County reported 11 more confirmed COVID-19 cases on Sunday, bringing the total known active infections to 54.
With community spread having returned, public health officials are warning people to act like anyone they come into contact with could have the coronavirus. Even so, they’re allowing large outdoor events to go on with precautions.
The Teton County Health Department announced Wednesday that it is getting help from fellow county agency Teton County Weed and Pest to monitor the spread of coronavirus in the community by testing the town’s wastewater.
Commissioners have sidestepped a request from their county health officer to back a countywide mask order that the doctor said could help slow the spread of COVID-19 as visitors flock to Jackson Hole.
As he is known to do, Dr. Brent Blue raised a minor social media uproar June 30 when he posted an update to Facebook saying his Emerg-A-Care clinic would no longer report COVID-19 test statistics.
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases seen in Wyoming since the illness was first detected in the state in mid-March grew Monday by the highest number seen since the pandemic began.
The Jackson Town Council has directed staff to draft a mask ordinance in case the state doesn’t approve a countywide version before the holiday weekend.