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Under state health orders, attendance at football games — and any other outdoor event — would be capped at 1,000 people (or 50% of the stadium's capacity). For the Oil Bowl, that number will now be 1,800.
The Science Zone will host its annual event indoors at the Casper Events Center.
Twenty-three of the newly confirmed cases come from Natrona County.
Commissioner Craig Thompson says returning to competition includes finalizing plan to implement rapid response testing amid pandemic.
18 student-athletes at Casper College have tested positive for the novel coronavirus and two teams have been placed in quarantine.
The Wyoming Banking Board granted the cryptocurrency company Kraken the state’s first ever charter as a special purpose depository institution, allowing it to begin offering financial services for users of cryptocurrencies in everyday life.
Lawmakers voted 6-5 to draft a bill to eliminate a three-year electricity tax moratorium available to new wind energy producers.