“COVID really forces us to think differently,” ResourceMFG Regional Vice President Richard Gaeta said. “It kind of put us in a situation where we really had to diversify our recruiting strategies and so now drive-thrus really satisfy the restrictions that are out there right now.”
The Wyoming Children’s Health Insurance Program, known as Kid Care CHIP, will change as the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH) takes over the program’s direct benefits administration and claims processing later this year, leading to reduced costs to the state.
The University of Wyoming Residence Life and Dining Services Move-In Day for new and returning students attending classes on campus this fall will follow a staggered schedule to reduce large crowds and to allow for physical distancing.
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is officially announcing the launch of Director Brian Nesvik’s Inspire a Kid initiative with a checklist of 100 ideas and activities to help families have fun all year long.
A company that mines and refines soda ash and related products in in Green River plans to lay off an unspecified number of workers in response to the economic downturn caused by the coronavirus pandemic, officials said.
Wyoming small business owners’ demand for COVID-19 Business Relief Interruption funding has far exceeded initial expectations, but the Wyoming Business Council will be able to pay all eligible requests with the recent infusion of $50 million by Governor Mark Gordon.
France is to name a new prime minister on Friday shortly after the announcement of Edouard Philippe’s resignation. French President Emmanuel Macron wants a new government to focus on efforts to relaunch the French economy deeply hit by the coronavirus crisis.
As of Thursday, 49 cases have been reported - that’s up from just 11 a week ago. But the threat of the virus isn’t curbing the enthusiasm of rodeo fans. Mike Darby, co-President of the Cody Stampede Board, says that fans and participants are excited to catch some rodeo action at the 101st annual celebration.