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Brad Orr and Corey Billington

UW, Business Council launch network to connect entrepreneurs, mentors

Budding entrepreneurs across Wyoming will have access to experienced mentors through a new network being launched by the Wyoming Business Council and the University of Wyoming’s Institute of...

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State updates broadband plan

State updates broadband plan  Working in the fast-paced technical environment, and recognizing the critical role of telehealth, education and mobile broadband to diversifying the state’s...

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Main Street approach cuts through the clutter

From flower pots to brewfests and housing options to industry recruitment, economic development in small towns is a big job with a broad scope of work. “We encourage our Main Street communities to...

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Wyoming welcomes Cokeville to the Main Street family

The Wyoming Main Street program welcomed Cokeville to the Main Street family earlier this year. The tiny town of Cokeville, population of about 500, sits nestled in the far-western Wyoming mountains...

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Outdoor rec inspires Wyoming companies

Photo provided by Maven. As summer approaches, Wyoming’s outdoorsy types are packing away the skis and sub-zero sleeping bags as they air out their tents and hiking boots.   To help you gear...

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Great Ideas: Stukey’s Shooting Benches provide stability, portability

Royal Stukey lines up a shot on the portable, ultra-stable bench he designed and now manufactures and sells out of his shop near Powell.   A series featuring up-and-coming innovations born or...

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Wyoming Business Council Board of Directors

Business Council board moves forward with three projects

The Wyoming Business Council Board of Directors recommended Thursday that the State Loan and Investment Board (SLIB) approve a loan to renovate Campbell County's CAM-PLEX events center and another...

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Business Council seeks input on programs and services

The Wyoming Business Council is seeking public input through an online survey open until June 26 regarding the effectiveness of its current programs and services. The Business Council has refreshed...

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Sundance receives community development grant

The State Loan and Investment Board (SLIB) approved a $484,000 Business Ready Community (BRC) grant request to Sundance Thursday during its quarterly meeting. Board meeting materials are available...

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Broadband

Union expands fiber-optic broadband in Sublette, Sweetwater, and Lincoln counties

Union Telephone Company, now known as Union, is launching a fiber-fed broadband project that will connect La Barge, Marbleton, Big Piney, Pinedale, Farson, and Eden to its regional 100GB fiber network...

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