Video and photos from the Sweetwater County Fair show how local youth are rewarded for all their hard work raising animals. Watch for more pictures and clips online at rocketminer.com.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Video Updates
As COVID numbers rise, a local Loaf N Jug has closed because of a confirmed employee case and local courts continue to adapt to changing COVID-related procedures. Simplot will have to pay $775,000 for alleged hazardous waste violations. And a book signing event with Wyoming women authors is …
A wife went 114 days without seeing her husband who has Alzheimer's, after the coronavirus forced the facility to ban all visitors. After video calls and window visits didn't work, she took a job as a dishwasher so she could see her husband.
Today Hannah covers state and local COVID-19 updates, including case numbers, Castle Rock's testing results, Wyoming departments teaming up to send masks to schools, and information from Memorial Hospital about COVID-19 tests and their accuracy.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Stories
NEW YORK (AP) — Wedding planners, photographers and other bridal vendors who make the magic happen have a heap of new worries in the middle of the pandemic: no-mask weddings, rising guest counts and venues not following the rules.
CHEYENNE — Wyoming residents who have driver’s licenses and identification cards that will be expiring soon have additional time to renew.
Big 12 schools agreed Monday night to play one nonconference football game this year to go along with their nine league contests as plans for the pandemic-altered 2020 season continued to fall into place.
CHEYENNE — Applications for the next two rounds of funding for businesses and nonprofits through the COVID-19 Business Relief Program opened at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 4.
The Pac-12 responded Monday to football players who have threaten to opt-out of the season because of concerns related to health and safety, racial injustice and economic rights with a letter touting the conference's work in those areas and an invitation to meet later this week.
MIAMI (AP) — On the 4-acre farm at the edge of the Everglades where Timea Hunter runs a horse academy, she has hosted plenty of parties, picnics and workshops. So with her children's school building closed, she figured why not use it also a classroom?
Owen Estee and Zach Appel found a way to both teach the sport that they love and help feed people in need when their lacrosse season was canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic.