Funding clarified for library renovation

WORLAND – At the request of resident Mike Healy, the Washakie County Commissioners clarified funding for the new Washakie County Library project. Confusion from Mike Healy was expressed due to an article previously printed in the Northern Wyoming News on Oct. 8 that depicted the incorrect funding from the one-cent sales tax. Funding for the…

COVID cases continue to rise; free home testing now available

WORLAND — Eleven students from Worland schools are out on quarantine this week, according to Business Manager Jack Stott. Stott emphasized that none of those quarantines were a result of school attendance. He noted that last week the district also had one staff member test positive for COVID-19. “They had been on site for 1-plus…

Forshee returns to familiar role as Ten Sleep ag teacher

TEN SLEEP – Former Ten Sleep School ag education teacher Adrienne Forshee returned to her position this year after about an eight-year break. Forshee was the ag teacher 12 years ago for about four years, when she decided to focus on running the family ranch with her husband, along with being a mother to their…

These 5 Policies are Key to Small Business No Matter Who Wins the Presidency

Small business needs to keep an eye on the election to gauge economic policies going forward. And how the economic impact of COVID-19 will be handled by the president. Small Business Trends contacted Shawn Dill, a small business consultant. He supplied his views on the 5 policies that were key to small businesses no matter…

In the News: Local HVAC Business Adapts, Wins During Pandemic

It’s hard to find a business that wasn’t affected by shutdown orders in their state. Aside from restaurants and pubs, the home service industry was particularly hit hard. But that doesn’t mean that these companies had to just stop doing business. And this week, we found one local home service business that accepted the challenge…

Adam Blitzer of Salesforce: We probably crammed five years’ worth of digital acceleration into the past five months

Late last month Salesforce introduced Digital 360, combining their Marketing, Commerce, and Experience Clouds with some new components to help companies accelerate their digital transformation efforts with respect to customer engagement.  And earlier this week I had the pleasure of having a LinkedIn Live conversation with Adam Blitzer, EVP & GM, Digital for Salesforce, to…

Health experts say you may want rethink birthday candles on cakes during pandemic

Doctors recommend using birthday candles on a second smaller cake or cupcake. Top Featured Tags: – New Mexico NewsPress Release Distribution Service

The US just reported its highest number of COVID-19 infections in one day since the pandemic’s start

The good news is that the country’s COVID-19 mortality rate has decreased by about 85% thanks to multiple factors, including the use of remdesivir, steroids and better management of patients. Top Featured Tags: – New Mexico NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Dozens of spices have been recalled over salmonella fears

Check your cabinets: Two different companies have issued recalls for spices sold in several states. Top Featured Tags: – New Mexico NewsPress Release Distribution Service

LA County kicks off early voting as Nov. 3 Election Day draws near

Eleven Days and counting … starting now. With Nov. 3 11 days away, early in-person voting is set to kick off en masse this morning at 118 vote centers across Los Angeles County in what is already a historic election in the region. The kick-off is the first of a two-phased opening of an array…

Three coronavirus cases reported at church fighting county’s pandemic rules

Los Angeles County health officials this week confirmed that three cases of COVID-19 have been reported at Grace Community Church in Sun Valley. The church has been in a legal battle with the county over the health order, which bars indoor worship services. A judge issued an order requiring the church to stop holding such…

2020 elections: Nearly 1.3 million ballots have already arrived at this L.A. County processing center

In a hangar about half the size of a football field at the Pomona Fairgrounds, nearly 200 temporary election workers — most of them young people — processed ballots that already arrived from drop box locations and mail boxes throughout the county. With a week and a half left to go before Election Day, more…

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