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Public invited to participate in webinar on Shopko closure

The public is invited to view and participate in a webinar that will provide insight and recommendations to Wyoming communities in the wake of 13 Shopko stores closing across the state. The webinar...

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Casper stormwater-cleanup company expands nationally

With several successful pilot projects under its belt, Casper company Frog Creek Partners is taking its stormwater-filtration product, Gutter Bins, to the national market.  In 2016, Frog...

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Antelope Butte Foundation

Antelope Butte receives grant for ski lift

Big Horn County was awarded a grant to build a conveyer ski lift for beginner skiers at the Antelope Butte Mountain Recreation Area, opening up the area for more visitors and helping to develop...

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Business Council board recommends Sundance grant request

The Wyoming Business Council Board of Directors recommended one Business Ready Community (BRC) funding request during its May 16 meeting in Riverton. The board's BRC recommendations will now move...

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Business Council board meets in Riverton May 16

The Wyoming Business Council Board of Directors will consider one Business Ready Community (BRC) funding request during its May 16 meeting beginning at 8 a.m. in the Taggarts Room at the Holiday Inn...

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Community Development

Public invited to comment on Wyoming community development plan by June 17

The state of Wyoming is seeking input by June 17 on its 2019 annual action plan, a document provided to the federal government spelling out how the state plans to use funds from the U.S. Department of...

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Thermopolis crafter lives on the edge

When he’s not patrolling the streets of Thermopolis, Ken Smith can often be found in his shop surrounded by moose antlers, acrylic, wood, glass plaques and more.  “I love the range of what we...

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Cheyenne company brews recipe for success

Scott Gondzar specializes in coaxing bold flavors out of simple, organic ingredients. When he decided to follow in the steps of his mother, a business-savvy entrepreneur, he applied the same...

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UW Hackathon

WyoHackathon 2019 scheduled for Sept. 22

The University of Wyoming will host the second annual WyoHackathon event this fall to demonstrate its commitment to blockchain technology. The “WyoHackathon 2019” is Friday, Sept. 20 - Sunday, Sept....

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When retail giants fall, sense of community sustains small-town retail

For Christi Greaham, shopping in Powell, isn’t as easy as it might be in a bigger town. It can be hard to find shoes she likes, for example. She can’t run to the Walmart toy aisle 30 minutes before a...

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