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State officials to consider Campbell County grant Thursday

The State Loan and Investment Board will consider a $1.5 million grant to Campbell County during its 8 a.m. meeting on Thursday in Room 1699 of the Herschler Building. The money would be used to...

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Wyoming downtown advocates learn new strategies from national experts

About 50 small business owners, city planners, elected officials and downtown advocates from more than two dozen Wyoming towns recently braved foul May weather to learn about a concept called...

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TravelStorys Launches Seven-Suite “WY Tour”

Jackson-based mobile app startup TravelStorys and participating Wyoming cities, towns and counties have created a suite of audio tours that allow visitors and locals alike to explore Wyoming like...

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Cowgirl Yarn

Three Wyoming companies show the power of thinking local

Like the threads of a tapestry, three Wyoming businesses in completely different industries have woven together to create something special in downtown Laramie. It begins with Mountain Meadow Wool in...

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Regional alliance targets economic growth in northeastern Wyoming

There have been doubters and naysayers, but economic developers in northeast Wyoming are starting to turn heads and change minds. “We’re six months in now and we have 15 hot leads. We have about 60...

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Cody at Night

Cody Coffee founder earns “Spirit of Wyoming” award

A serial restaurant entrepreneur in Cody has earned the 2017 Small Business “Spirit of Wyoming” Award from the Wyoming Small Business Administration. Jesse Renfors, president of Cody Coffee Roaster,...

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Cyclist

Public encouraged to join Wyoming cycling task force’s May 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 10 a.m., on May 9, when Gov. Matt Mead’s...

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Evanston Roundhouse

Free Cheyenne workshop explains federal programs for cleaning, rebuilding 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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Wyo agencies seek public comment on HUD funds usage

A public meeting about how U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funds are used in Wyoming will be held at 3 p.m. on May 4 in the Wyoming Business Council office located at 214 W....

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Take 10 minutes to tell the state what your community needs to thrive

The Wyoming Business Council needs the public’s help in crafting a five-year plan for spending $3 million in federal Housing and Urban Development money across the state. An anonymous, 10-minute...

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