Education and Health Reporter
Seth Klamann joined the Star-Tribune in 2016 and covers education and health. A 2015 graduate of the University of Missouri and proud Kansas City native, Seth worked for newspapers in Milwaukee and Omaha before coming to Casper.
He was a rancher turned archaeologist, an amateur artifact hunter who was also one of the foremost experts in his field.
Earlier this year, the Legislature passed a bill allowing the Health Department and its Medicaid division to run the program itself, which will save the state money and cut out the middle man.
Under the new orders, set until mid-October, restaurants can now seat eight people at tables and will no longer be required to space out seating in booths.
Seven Natrona County School District students and one staff member tested positive for the coronavirus in the district's latest update.
The group representing Wyoming teachers said the rollback will make schools less safe.
A diverse and broad group of health care, state and legislative officials and groups have come together to begin the difficult task of solving — to some degree — Wyoming's high health costs.
The two diseases are similar in that they are particularly dangerous for older and more vulnerable populations.
Fifty Wyomingites so far have died after contracting COVID-19. Here is the story of one of them.
The residence hall quarantines will end Tuesday.
Police say the protester, who was uninjured, complied with an officer's attempt to get him out of the street, but a separate law enforcement agency later cited him in connection with the incident.