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Innovative mapping tool quantifies Wyoming’s broadband needs

Wyoming has a new and unique tool for enhancing its broadband coverage in rural areas: an interactive map that shows the results of internet-speed tests and broadband availability across the state,...

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Main Street approach cuts through the clutter

From flower pots to brewfests and housing options to industry recruitment, economic development in small towns is a big job with a broad scope of work. “We encourage our Main Street communities to...

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Wyoming welcomes Cokeville to the Main Street family

The Wyoming Main Street program welcomed Cokeville to the Main Street family earlier this year. The tiny town of Cokeville, population of about 500, sits nestled in the far-western Wyoming mountains...

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Wyoming Business Council Board of Directors

Business Council board moves forward with three projects

The Wyoming Business Council Board of Directors recommended Thursday that the State Loan and Investment Board (SLIB) approve a loan to renovate Campbell County's CAM-PLEX events center and another...

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Wyoming Business Council

Business Council seeks input on programs and services

The Wyoming Business Council is seeking public input through an online survey open until June 26 regarding the effectiveness of its current programs and services. The Business Council has refreshed...

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Sundance central park

Sundance receives community development grant

The State Loan and Investment Board (SLIB) approved a $484,000 Business Ready Community (BRC) grant request to Sundance Thursday during its quarterly meeting. Board meeting materials are available...

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Wyoming Business Council

Business Council board to hold special meeting June 20

The Wyoming Business Council Board of Directors will consider two Business Ready Community (BRC) funding requests during its June 20 special meeting at 1 p.m. in room 109 of the Clay Pathfinder...

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Business Council rolls out refreshed economic development strategy

Wyoming’s economy is changing. Historically, the mineral-extraction industry has driven the state’s economy. It employs about 7.4 percent of the state and contributes about 52 percent of...

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Retail Webinar

National expert makes recommendations for boosting retail environment

As part of a statewide effort to mitigate the impact of 13 Shopko store closures in Wyoming, a national retail expert presented an informational webinar on June 6 to at least 75 interested parties...

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Rock Springs

Rock Springs earns national attention as a small town destination

Smithsonian Magazine has included Rock Springs as one of the top 15 towns to visit in 2019.   According to Smithsonian Magazine, they received geographical information from Esri, which provides...

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