This week in the Standard:
Residents who live within the boundaries of the South Big Horn County Hospital District are no longer insured against the high cost of an air transport flight, as the provider is pulling out of Wyoming and the hospital district can no longer afford it.
• We go deep into our archives to bring you an account of what the 1918 Spanish Flu epidemic was like in the Greybull area. The community spirit was alive and well then, too.
• Highlighting our coronavirus coverage: 1) Sen. RJ Kost discusses the relief money that will be flowing into the state and how business owners and community leaders can benefit from it; 2) COVID-19 scammers are targeting BHC residents; 3) Statewide, the verified case count stood at 120 on Wednesday morning. Plus more.
• We also have recaps of the Republican county convention and where the U.S. Census effort stands on the official Census Day.
Stay safe everyone.