Changes in Wyoming's Public Health orders went into effect March 1, including eliminating one order and increasing gathering sizes. Sweetwater County Public Health has opened vaccination availability to the 1C category. Several local exhibits, events, and performances are coming up.
Snowstorms have delayed the distribution of coronavirus vaccines. Western Wyoming Community College's revised fan plan will allow more spectators for indoor sports. Rex Rammell will run for governor in 2022. NASA's Perseverance rover landed on Mars.
Bari Sines died Wednesday morning. We remember her as a being a vital part of the Rocket Miner's distribution, a talented artist, and a friend who taught us much.
Rock Springs police are looking for 16-year-old Frankie Simon. Tips may be passed on anonymously. Teaching kids how to be better problem solvers, cope with stress in healthier ways, and find support from other people are vital steps to reducing the number of runaways.
Although more COVID-related deaths have been added to Wyoming's total, the state's active cases have continued to drop, reaching the lowest they've been since September. A 101 year old Rock Springs woman recently received the COVID-19 vaccine. Two local art exhibits are currently on display.
Those who are 65 and older or who have certain health conditions can call Public Health at 307-922-5390 or Castle Rock at 307-872-4590 to schedule an appointment to get the coronavirus vaccine. Sports fans, gifted cooks and commercial lovers are ready for the Super Bowl.