CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Public health officials in southeastern Wyoming are putting in long hours trying to find and notify people exposed to the coronavirus. Cheyenne-Laramie County Health Department nursing director Kasey Mullins says the only tools needed are a telephone and computer. The Wyoming Tribune Eagle reports Laramie County health officials began contact tracing coronavirus cases in March. Twelve county nurses got training from the state health department. The nurses ask those who’ve tested positive who they live with, where they work and where they’ve been. They order those they’ve been near to quarantine 14 days from the time of last contact.
Laramie Holds of Central at Riske Field
by Keith Kelley–22 Sep ’17 The Central Indians moved the football up and down the field Friday night, but three costly turnovers hurt the Indians in a 23-13 loss at home to Laramie. After a […]
MLB Insider Tracy Ringolsby Talks Free Agency, Revisiting the ’94 Strike, on the SportsZone [AUDIO]
by Keith Kelley–13 Aug ’19 Our Major League Baseball insider, Tracy Ringolsby, made his weekly appearance on the SportsZone Monday afternoon. Ringolsby talked a lot of topics, including the 1994 strike, which celebrated its 25th […]
Update on South Greeley Highway Homicide
Sheriff 5-14-18 On Friday, May 11, deputies of the Laramie County Sheriff’s Department responded to the 5000 block of South Greeley Highway on the report of gun shots. One adult male was found deceased at […]