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Registration open for Wyoming Main Street workshop in April

Registration is now open for the annual Wyoming Main Street Best Practices Workshop April 28-29 in Pennsylvania. The event teaches local leaders strategies and resources for improving their downtowns...

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New export training open to Wyoming entrepreneurs

A stone cistern and evidence of a potato cellar are all that remain of the Fales homestead near Deaver, Wyoming. David Fales frequently walks the 87 acres his great-grandparents once called home....

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Powell Makerspace matches inventors with tech tools

The old home economics cottage across from Powell Middle School still includes a commercial kitchen and industrial sewing machines, but the crafts of the past now share space with robots, lasers and...

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Turning ideas into businesses

Wyoming is going through a competitive streak. It started 16 years ago with the John P. Ellbogen $10K Competition. Each year, a handful of University of Wyoming students would pitch their ideas for...

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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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GRO-Biz Conference and Idea Expo

Register now for access to contracting specialists, small business tips

Business experts and government contracting officers will be available 8 a.m. Feb. 22 until 1 p.m. Feb. 23 at the Ramkota Hotel in Casper to show entrepreneurs how they can grow their companies. The...

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Wyoming Broadband Summit to highlight tech gains, train eye toward future

Staying ahead of rapidly evolving technology will be a key theme at the fifth annual Wyoming Governor’s Broadband Summit Oct. 4-5 at the Little America Convention Center in Cheyenne...

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Market Research Center points small businesses toward success

The new year heralded bad news for Janie Wait in 2010. Almost overnight, microfilm production, comprising nearly 60 percent of business at her Casper-based record management company,...

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Researchers, innovators and $2.5 billion road tour converge on Laramie June 27

The federal government provides more than $2.5 billion annually to help small businesses research, design, test and commercialize new products. State economic development officials say a...

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Wind River Job Corps ushers first graduating class

Sonia Bell expects to graduate from the Wind River Job Corps this summer. Just months ago, she was homeless in Denver. She graduated in the top 25 of students out of a high school...

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