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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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Manufacturing Day

Wyo makers encouraged to celebrate Manufacturing Day Oct. 6

Wyoming business advocates want to help manufacturers promote and celebrate the industry with their neighbors this fall. The Wyoming Business Council, Manufacturing-Works and Alliance of Wyoming...

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Farmers market, mercantile highlight weekend events at state fair

Fresh Wyoming produce and a live cooking demonstration will highlight the Wyoming State Fair Farmers Market at 11 a.m. Saturday in Douglas. The annual event promotes local agriculture and this year...

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New malter helps Wyoming ag, beverage industries

A stone’s throw from Wyoming’s eastern border is a bright red, low-slung warehouse amid acres of rustling grain. The mid-July sun glinted off giant granary bins standing in two orderly rows. Inside...

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Western Sugar

Board approves loans for beet growers, Cheyenne recycler

The Wyoming Business Council Board of Directors unanimously approved an economic disaster declaration and up to $5,396,750 in loans for sugar beet growers in northwest Wyoming and a $141,859 bridge...

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Meter

Companies can slash energy costs with Business Council grants

The Wyoming Business Council has grant money available to help small businesses, agricultural producers, nonprofits and local governments make energy efficiency improvements to their facilities...

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Public encouraged to join Wyoming cycling task force's Aug. 9 meeting

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 Aug. 9, when Gov. Matt Mead’s...

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Wyoming has largest share of good-paying jobs for noncollege workers, report shows

Wyoming has the country’s largest share of good jobs for workers without a four-year degree, according to a Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce report released Wednesday. Half...

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Free workshop in Sheridan to explain methods to clean, rebuild contaminated sites

Anyone interested in finding money to clean up abandoned buildings, junkyards or other potentially contaminated buildings so those properties can contribute jobs, revenue and services to the community...

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Program upgrades benefit clients, customers

Manufacturers and producers in Wyoming will have new opportunities to expand their customer base thanks to developments with two Wyoming Business Council programs designed to brand and market locally...

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