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Downtown Douglas

Wyo towns invited to apply for free downtown training

Wyoming Main Street is one of five state programs recently selected to host a free training session provided by two nationally-renowned downtown advocacy organizations. The National Main Street...

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State Loan and Investment Board January 2017

State board approves three grant and loan requests

The State Loan and Investment Board (SLIB) approved three Business Ready Community (BRC) grant and loan requests at its Jan. 19 meeting in Cheyenne.  Board meeting materials are available for review...

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New export training open to Wyoming entrepreneurs

A stone cistern and evidence of a potato cellar are all that remain of the Fales homestead near Deaver, Wyoming. David Fales frequently walks the 87 acres his great-grandparents once called home....

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Gov. Mead takes fire at Wyoming Day At The Range.

Support, culture key to burgeoning Wyoming firearms industry

On a hot August day in the plains west of Cheyenne, Wyoming, Gov. Matt Mead hefted a semiautomatic rifle and took aim at a nearby target. He fired the first three shots standing, then he moved back...

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Registration open for Wyoming Main Street workshop in April

Registration is now open for the annual Wyoming Main Street Best Practices Workshop April 28-29 in Pennsylvania. The event teaches local leaders strategies and resources for improving their downtowns...

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McGinley Orthopaedics

You can make it in Wyoming - McGinley Orthopaedics

McGinley Innovations is here for the great people, the chance to build his business, outdoor adventures and raise his family. That's WY. Thinking about expanding, relocating or investing? Think...

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Space phenomenon promises sunny economic impact for Wyoming

The pitch black hole in the sky above the Australian Outback lasted about two minutes. In the moments leading up to the fleeting cosmic phenomenon known as a total solar eclipse, the temperature...

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Cycling

Public asked to join Wyo bike task force meeting Jan. 30

Wyoming’s first state-level look at the economic, health and community benefits of bicycle and pedestrian pathways and natural surface trails continues at 9 a.m. on Jan. 30 when Gov. Matt Mead’s...

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State board considers four grant and loan requests Jan. 19

The State Loan and Investment Board will make final decisions on four Business Ready Community (BRC) grant and loan requests at its 8 a.m. meeting on Jan. 19 in Room 1699 in the Herschler Building in...

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Codee Augustin

Wyoming business targets rapid rise of women hunters

The redheaded high school freshman watched her father closely as he kneeled in the snow to examine the fresh grouse kill. Distinct mountain lion tracks stood against the white blanket coating the...

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