Thursday's news: What you missed while you were at work.
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The court suspended jury trials in March as a precaution against the spread of COVID-19.
The plan includes a heavy emphasis on hand sanitization and other hygiene, while requiring face masks in classrooms and in other settings where 6 feet of social distance isn't possible.
The Wyoming Department of Health reports 52,172 people have been tested for the virus.
“My dream in life was to win a championship in (the Casper Events Center), but we could never beat Gillette,” the comedian said. ”So to come back and get to perform there, it's been a little surreal and it's just crazy."
While business remains much slower in the community than in a typical year, some metrics suggest initial estimates were too grim.
As of now, it is unclear when the Legislature would ultimately vote on the two bills.
If an environmental analysis published Thursday is approved, five energy companies plan to drill 5,000 wells across about 1.5 million acres of land over the next decade.