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The new confirmed cases include one in Platte County, leaving Weston County as the only of Wyoming's 23 counties without a confirmed case.
The resident was an older man who lived at a long-term care facility in Worland that is experiencing an outbreak of the coronavirus.
Police say Edward Robertson previously admitted to detectives that he killed his wife.
Roughly 265 staff members and residents will be tested and quarantined after a case of the coronavirus was confirmed at a Natrona County long-term care facility.
Two more cases of coronavirus have been identified in Natrona County, bringing the total here to 55 since the start of the pandemic.
Navajo Transitional Energy Company will furlough 93 workers and lay off eight employees at its Antelope coal mine near Wright in response to the downturn caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Visitors aren’t pouring into Yellowstone National Park at high levels since the state of Wyoming allowed two of the park's gates to open Monday.
As election season gets underway in Wyoming, several top women in state politics announced this week they would be launching a nonpartisan pol…