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Paleo. Keto. Flexitarian. Whole30. With hundreds of diet and nutrition options, finding the right fit can be complicated. That’s where registered dietitian Lindsey McCoy with Crave Nutrition, RD comes in.
Many dogs will play fetch all day. But when someone finds a lost dog, they don’t want to spend a lot of time fetching the owner.
It’s a busy Labor Day weekend in Sheridan County. Lines of pickups and SUVs snake their way through the quaint, bustling downtown or toward the nearby Bighorn Mountains under a blue blanket of sky. While it’s not surprising to see the area packed on the last weekend of summer, what’s notable…
Wyoming manufacturers are using creative adaptation to weather the COVID-19 economic downturn. While some businesses had no choice but to shut down and absorb inevitable losses, a lucky few were situated in industries that invited them to stay afloat while serving society.
CASPER — Some things are easy to predict in Wyoming politics.
CHEYENNE – In Wyoming and across the United States, municipalities and counties have been forced to cut their budgets due to the economic downturn brought by the coronavirus pandemic.
University of Wyoming facilities are being used as basecamps and shelter for personnel battling the Mullen Fire in the Medicine Bow National Forest west of Laramie.
CHEYENNE – Trista Ostrom has been hunting her entire life, learning gun safety from her grandpa and shooting her first antelope at the ripe age of 12.
It’s taken three years or so, but the fruits of Derek Teini’s and the city of Laramie’s labors are finally starting to blossom on the West Side.
CHEYENNE – As of 9 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 18, the total number of lab-confirmed coronavirus cases in Wyoming had increased by 194, from 7,479 to 7,673 in the past 24 hours, according to the Wyoming Department of Health.
GILLETTE — The effort to create a new college district in Campbell County officially has opposition from an existing college district.
PINEDALE — Signed, sealed and delivered, following a special meeting on Oct. 9, Pinedale Council members voted unanimously to accept a $175,000 settlement against a former Pinedale lab and its future owners in exchange for their silence.
CASPER — Health officials are aware of 15 ongoing situations involving COVID-19 at Wyoming longterm care facilities as of Thursday. A week ago, only seven such facilities were in that position.
CHEYENNE – Blue Cross Blue Shield of Wyoming announced Thursday that it will offer a total of $15 million in premium relief to employers and individuals due to the economic hardships brought on by COVID-19.