In this week’s issue of the Standard:
- Even in the midst of a pandemic, birthdays need to be celebrated. Monday was a special day for Doratha Groseclose, who turned 100. She still lives in her house. Read about how her church family surprised her and Doratha’s thoughts on the secret to a long life.
- We’ll have the latest on the coronavirus as it spreads across Wyoming, including an update on the number of confirmed cases. As of Wednesday morning, there will still a goose egg in the Big Horn County column.
- In related stories, read about how the school is delivering meals to 360 homebound students, how the county is leading the response, and how a local teacher is assisting in the cause by making N-95 masks.
- Rep. Jamie Flitner offers a different perspective on the new law that AirMedCare Network cited in announcing its decision to no longer offer air transport insurance programs in Wyoming.
- Cody Regional Health plans to improve its ground ambulance service.
- Find out what Holy Week services are planned in local churches.
- And in sports, we look back at two men with a connection to major league baseball history.
Our office will be closed on Good Friday. From all of us at the Standard, we wish you a Happy Easter.