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State board to consider emergency relief for beet growers March 30

The Wyoming Business Council board of directors will consider a request from Wyoming Sugar Company for an economic emergency declaration and $5,675,650 in loans during a special call-in meeting at 10...

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Business Council board welcomes new members, elects 2017 officers

Gov. Matt Mead appointed Kim DeVore, Ronald Kensey and Jerry Blann to serve on the board. They replace outgoing board members Lynne Michelena, Tom Scott and Jim Espy, whose terms expired March 1...

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WBC

Business Council board recommends five grants for approval  

The Wyoming Business Council Board of Directors considered six Business Ready Community (BRC) grants during its March 9 meeting in Casper. The board also considered the Business Council’s first...

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Business Council board meets in Casper March 9

The Wyoming Business Council Board of Directors will consider six Business Ready Community (BRC) grant requests during its March 9 meeting beginning at 8 a.m. in the Casper College Gateway Center...

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McGinley Orthopaedics

You can make it in Wyoming - McGinley Orthopaedics

McGinley Innovations is here for the great people, the chance to build his business, outdoor adventures and raise his family. That's WY. Thinking about expanding, relocating or investing? Think...

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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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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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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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