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The Broadband Guy — How networking is saving Wyoming's small towns

It's a frigid, blustery January day in Guernsey, Wyoming. As snow flurries whip through the air, a helmet-clad man climbs into a bucket lift, hoisting himself to the top of a tower on the city’s...

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Camplex in Gillette

Gillette CAM-PLEX to receive upgrades

The State Loan and Investment Board granted Campbell County $1.5 million this month for renovations and upgrades to the CAM-PLEX Multi-Events Facility in Gillette. The facility hosts concerts, rodeos...

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State Loan and Investment Board approves five grant requests

The State Loan and Investment Board (SLIB) approved five Business Ready Community (BRC) grant requests during its quarterly meeting Thursday morning in Cheyenne. Board meeting materials are...

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Wyoming Business Council launches $10,000 placemaking contest

Wyoming communities are invited to apply by Feb. 22 for a new, two-phase placemaking challenge being held by the Wyoming Business Council.   In phase one, accepted applicants will receive up to...

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Discover another historic preservation resource

Wyoming is rich with historic character, from its old homesteads and grand theaters to monuments and commercial buildings.  Caring for that heritage is tall order, but there are federal...

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Downtown Sheridan

Architecture assistance for historic properties available through the Wyoming Business Council

Owners of historic, commercial buildings located in traditional downtown districts are invited to submit a pre-application to determine eligibility for the Historic Architecture Assistance Fund by Feb...

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Cheyenne

Main Street offers local leaders major discount to annual conference

The National Main Street Center is offering a 77 percent discount to its annual conference March 25-27 in Seattle for local elected officials and senior local government staff from Main Street...

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Shop Wyoming for the Holidays

The Christmas Countdown has begun and there are just seven weekends left before the big day. It’s time to make your lists and start your quests for those perfect gifts.   But listen, we get it!...

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Public-private partnerships fuel downtown Casper revival

The recent revival of downtown Casper is a testament to the power of public-private partnerships.  In 2013, a few simple projects funded by Wyoming Business Council grants – infrastructure...

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The Flying Eagle – A different kind of art gallery

The Flying Eagle Gallery in Thermopolis isn’t your typical art gallery.   On any given day, there’s likely to be a table or two of rowdy teenagers playing trading card games while shoppers...

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