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New tax credit program spurs Torrington development

An innovative financing tool now available in Wyoming paved the way for a 10 a.m. groundbreaking on Aug. 20 for the new $6.8 million Cobblestone Hotel & Suites on South Main Street in Torrington...

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Broadband Enhancement Draft Plan

Broadband Council seeks comment on draft plan by Aug. 20

The Broadband Advisory Council is seeking public comment on a draft plan for making Wyoming a leader in the digital world by ensuring every citizen and business has access to affordable, reliable,...

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Broadband Advisory Council

Broadband Advisory Council to hold call-in meeting Tuesday

The Broadband Advisory Council will hold a teleconference meeting tomorrow at 9 a.m. to review the broadband enhancement plan and summary map. The public is encouraged to listen in and offer comments...

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Art creates economic growth in Wyoming

“That first day was just a blur,” he recalled. “The whole town was taken by surprise.”    Six years ago, Mark Riddle opened his sports bar, Clear Creek Cantina, in quiet, picturesque Buffalo,...

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Senator John Barrasso

Wyo business owners invited to air concerns about federal regulations

Representatives from federal agencies and Wyoming's Congressional delegation invite entrepreneurs to a free roundtable at 8:30 a.m. on Aug. 7 at the Holiday Inn in Casper to hear concerns about...

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Wyoming Malting Company

Pine Bluffs Distilling to sell Wyoming whiskey and vodka nationwide

Vodka and whiskey drinkers around the region can soon enjoy Wyoming-made whiskey and vodka straight from shelves in their own communities.  Pine Bluffs Distilling’s Rock Ranch Vodka and Rusted...

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Business Council tackles rural internet access

Doing business in rural Wyoming has its advantages — the wide-open spaces, slower pace of life and easy access to outdoor adventures are attractive fringe benefits that are hard to come by. Still,...

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Here is Why A Diverse Economy is Critical

Economic diversification is the best way to position Wyoming for the future. It is the way to lessen the harsh effects of mineral commodity bust cycles. And it is the way to ensure opportunities exist...

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Cheyenne DDA/Main Street welcomes new executive director

The Downtown Cheyenne DDA/Main Street recently hired Vicki Dugger as the organization's new executive director. The Wyoming Business Council sat down with Dugger to discover her vision for the...

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New life for a vacant lot in downtown Laramie

The Laramie community mourned the 2009 demolition of the Empress Theatre in downtown.  The nearly century old building suffered decades of neglect. In the wake of its deconstruction, only an...

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