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Shifts in legislation allow for more food options

SHERIDAN — While many have adjusted to a toilet paper shortage to the point of making jokes, Americans may now be facing a shortage of meat and dairy thanks to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Northern Arapaho deaths highlight challenges tribes have in combating coronavirus

CASPER – Amid a severe shortage of housing for tribal members on the Wind River Reservation, a new challenge has further illustrated the crisis the tribes face: the coronavirus.

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NEWS BRIEFS for Monday, April 27, 2020

News in Brief from across the Cowboy State

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FROM WYOFILE: Frontline story: Racing the curve on the reservation

From behind an N95 face mask and a plastic face shield, Lindsay McAuley’s voice is a bit muffled. In fact, it’s hard to see much of her at all. Covered up beneath a thick nylon and cotton safety suit — suspendered pants and a hooded jacket — only her eyes are visible.

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On the lek: Sage grouse numbers predicted to fall for fourth straight year

POWELL — Greater sage grouse numbers are expected to continue dropping across the West for the fourth year in a row, alarming scientists and conservation officials. It also raises questions of federal management of habitat home to the grouse and more than 350 other species dependent on the sagebrush steppe.

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Legislative leaders begin crafting two bills in response to COVID-19 pandemic

CHEYENNE – Legislative leaders began crafting two bills Friday morning that grant some abilities to Gov. Mark Gordon and state agencies to respond to Wyoming’s numerous needs that have emerged in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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