By Katie Roenigk
Throughout the course of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, most Fremont County
residents have felt a certain level of social isolation as they have adjusted their daily activities to
comply with public-health restrictions meant to limit the spread of the coronavirus.
But for a small subset of the community, the level of isolation has been even more extreme.
More than 50 Fremont County residents were sentenced to prison March 2020-March 2021
and remained incarcerated at the end of last month, according to the Wyoming Department
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