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Wyoming Broadband

Broadband Advisory Council to meet Feb. 25-26

The Wyoming Broadband Advisory Council will update state legislators on the board's progress improving broadband in rural Wyoming from 11:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. during a Feb. 25 luncheon in room L31 at the...

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The Business Council kickstarts three Wyoming companies

Three Wyoming startups received $170,000 in January from two Wyoming Business Council grant programs.  This money provides the potential for the creation of 21 to 35 jobs in the next three...

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Grown in Wyoming

Grown in Wyoming announces new website features

Wyoming growers and producers can now join, renew membership and purchase program materials like stickers and decals online through the new and improved Grown in Wyoming website.   Grown in...

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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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Casper tech company and Kickstart grantee aims to shake up energy industry

Wyoming startup Disa is shaking up the energy industry.  “We're a new, innovative material liberation and separation company,” co-founder John Lee said.  Lee and his co-founder, Greyson...

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ZeeMee Founders and Student

Great Ideas: Wyoming teacher co-founds app to showcase students’ whole stories

ZeeMee Founders Juan Jaysingh and Adam Metcalf with a student who was accepted into Stanford using ZeeMee. A series featuring up-and-coming innovations born or growing up in Wyoming  Members of...

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GRO-Biz 2019

GRO-Biz Conference & Idea Expo early bird discount ends Friday

The early registration discount deadline is approaching for Wyoming’s premier event for small business owners and entrepreneurs. The GRO-Biz Conference & Idea Expo will feature acclaimed speakers,...

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Chester in Lingle

Wyoming trade director visits from Taiwan

Wyoming trade director visits from Taiwan From Jan. 21 to Jan. 25, the State of Wyoming-Asia Pacific Trade Office Director, Chester Chu, took a whirlwind tour of Wyoming. He visited a ranch...

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Guernsey State Park

Guernsey rail expansion to create new jobs

The State Loan and Investment Board (SLIB) approved a $717,792 grant to the Town of Guernsey to extend single-rail across the Buffalo Road in the Guernsey Business Park. The expanded rail will allow...

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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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