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COVID-19 In Wyoming: Resources News We're here to keep you current on the news surrounding the coronavirus pandemic in Wyoming and around the country.Colorado is the latest state in the Mountain West to issue a mask requirement, joining Nevada and New Mexico.  In the past month, Wyoming saw 700 new COVID-19 cases. At a press conference Gov. Mark Gordon said this is partly the result of people not following social distancing recommendations during the fourth of July holiday. As the pandemic wears on, leaders across the country are looking at how to economically recover after the COVID-19 pandemic. Some in the Mountain West are calling for more outdoor recreation spending. Goshen County has had only a few confirmed coronavirus cases. And the community college there, Eastern Wyoming College, is planning to launch the semester, as usual, at the end of August. The move came without much warning.  “We were stunned,” Dr. Christone Hanh, the Idaho State epidemiologist, told the radio show Idaho Matters.  The coronavirus pandemic has forced small businesses to deal with a lot of challenges they don’t normally confront. “We have dealt with everything from HR issues, what to do when there are employee furloughs that are required, how to navigate different loan assistance programs, says Tara Malek, with the Idaho law firm Smith + Malek. “We’ve even talked to folks about contracting issues that they have with vendors. How do they negotiate or deal with vendors if there’s no revenue coming in to business?” In early July, reports surfaced that Japan could shutter up to 100 of its oldest coal plants. Shortly after, Trade Minister Hiroshi Kajiyama confirmed that the country was in the process of developing a "concrete framework" for closing down inefficient plants — though he didn't mention a specific number. The Equality State Policy Center, a nonpartisan advocacy group, is holding a live event to discuss the power of women voting. It will host Wyoming women political leaders on Thursday, July 16. As the fall semester nears and COVID-19 cases continue to rise in the state, Laramie County Community College (LCCC) is planning a largely virtual return to school. After 27 months of continual decline, the number of Americans falling behind on their mortgage payments is on the rise. Listen To Our Podcasts When you don't want to turn off Wyoming Public Radio, but you're leaving your radio behind—turn to our podcasts: HumaNature, The Modern West, Open Spaces, Spoken Words. Topic Of The Week The Washington NFL team announced this week that it will retire its name, which is a slur, and mascot. Should Wyoming teams with Native American names and mascots follow suit? Wyoming Public Radio Newsletters Do you love Wyoming Public Radio and want to be in tune with your favorite public radio station? Stay connected with our weekly and monthly newsletters. Great music on the western edge! We provide many music genres including Americana, along with Wyoming and regional musicians. Classical Wyoming Classical programming brings listeners some of the most beautiful music in the world. Drawn from the heart of the Classical and Romantic repertoires, our programs create the perfect radio companion.Heavy rains lashing India's northeastern state of Assam have triggered severe flooding and landslides, killing at least 80 people. More than a million people have been moved to relief centers. Thousands of villages are underwater as authorities try to rescue people — and animals. Large swaths of a national park, home to a number of rare species, are submerged. Despite widespread devastation caused by America's opioid epidemic, an investigation by NPR found that doctors and other health care providers still prescribe highly addictive pain medications at rates widely considered unsafe. Public data, including new government studies and reports in medical literature, shows enough prescriptions are being written each year for half of all Americans to have one. Patients still receive more than twice the volume of opioids considered normal before the prescribing boom began in the late 1990s.

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