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Business Survey

Business Council seeks business’ help in slashing red tape

The Wyoming Business Council is asking businesses across the state for help identifying specific local, state and federal regulations which may be impeding or delaying licensing and permitting in the...

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Business Council board meets in Gillette May 24

The Wyoming Business Council Board of Directors will consider two Business Ready Community (BRC) grant requests during its May 24 meeting beginning at 8 a.m. in the Pronghorn Center at Gillette...

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Mother and Calf

Business Council, ag industry look to add value to beef, expand markets

Spring green is returning to Wyoming’s vast prairies, and newborn calves are tottering into view behind the wire fences of family ranches across the state.  Seasonal farmers markets will soon...

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Taipei, Taiwan

Business Council requests proposals for Taiwan trade representative

The Wyoming Business Council is requesting proposals for a one-year renewable contract to represent the international trade interests of Wyoming businesses in Taiwan. Hiring an international trade...

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Glenrock manager wore many hats, made many memories in her tenure

Kasey Drummond wore many hats during her 15 years with the Town of Glenrock. She was a police dispatcher, a code enforcer, a court clerk, a town planner, a community and economic development...

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Rock Springs looks to build on momentum

The congratulations poured in from all corners of the country after Rock Springs won the prestigious Great American Main Street Award this spring.  Gov. Matt Mead, U.S. Senator Mike Enzi and...

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New Buffalo Downtown Association director hopes to change downtown’s tune

Jon Cordonier and his wife have been visiting Buffalo for nearly 30 years. They always talked about the town as a place to retire.  They recently took that opportunity, but Cordonier didn’t...

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Brownfields Announcement

EPA announces $1.4M to support assessment, cleanup and redevelopment projects in Wyoming

At an event at a brownfields site and the future home of the Children’s Museum of Cheyenne, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today announced $1,425,000 in new brownfields grants to state and...

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Silver Star Fiberpipe

Business Council accepting applicants for Broadband Advisory Council

The Wyoming Business Council is accepting applications through May 4 for people interested in serving on a newly-formed Broadband Advisory Council. The Wyoming Legislature created the Broadband...

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SLIB Board

State Loan and Investment Board to consider southwest Wyoming planning grant Thursday

Wyoming’s five statewide elected officials will consider a $50,000 planning grant to Uinta County during their 8 a.m. meeting on April 12, in Room 1699 of the Herschler Building in downtown Cheyenne...

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