Monthly Archives: September 2020

Updated School Quarantine Guidance & County COVID-19 Status

The Wyoming Department of Health recently released updated guidance for Public Health professionals conducting investigations in K-12 schools. The new guidance allows for students to stay in school even if they were in close contact of a COVID-19 positive case as long as everyone involved was consistently wearing a face mask. If either the COVID-19… Continue Reading

Absentee Voting Begins, Secretary of State Outlines Quarantine Voting

CHEYENNE, WY – Absentee voting is now occurring across Wyoming. As absentee voting gets underway, the Secretary of State’s Office and health officials are providing helpful information to any voter in quarantine on November 3, 2020. “Wyoming’s citizens can begin to cast their ballots in the general election. In these unprecedented times, it is crucial… Continue Reading

Sheridan County Fair Board Openings

The Sheridan County Board of County Commissioners is currently taking applications for three open positions on the Sheridan County Fair Board. The purpose of the Sheridan County Fair Board is to economically develop, maintain and manage the fairground facilities for the benefit of the public which are safe, convenient, and provide diverse educational and recreational… Continue Reading

Three Sheridan County Resident Deaths Attributed to COVID-19

The Wyoming Department of Health confirmed today an additional three Sheridan County resident deaths associated with COVID-19. An older man died at home in early September from complications associated with COVID-19. An older man died in the hospital this month from complications associated with COVID-19. An older adult woman who was a Sheridan County resident… Continue Reading

Sheridan County Monitoring Novel Coronavirus

Sheridan County is experiencing up and downs in the fight against COVID-19. While Governor Mark Gordon has reported that statewide daily new cases have declined in the past two weeks, Sheridan County is experiencing an uptick in positive cases. At the same time, Sheridan County School District 2 reached a positive milestone this week, demonstrating… Continue Reading