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Broadband

Union expands fiber-optic broadband in Sublette, Sweetwater, and Lincoln counties

Union Telephone Company, now known as Union, is launching a fiber-fed broadband project that will connect La Barge, Marbleton, Big Piney, Pinedale, Farson, and Eden to its regional 100GB fiber network...

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Great Ideas: Centennial Woods finds new life for old wood

Breckenridge Brewery in Denver International Airport.   A series featuring up-and-coming innovations born or growing up in Wyoming  Members of the Wyoming Business Council staff hear it all the...

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Casper stormwater-cleanup company expands nationally

With several successful pilot projects under its belt, Casper company Frog Creek Partners is taking its stormwater-filtration product, Gutter Bins, to the national market.  In 2016, Frog...

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Public invited to participate in webinar on Shopko closure

The public is invited to view and participate in a webinar that will provide insight and recommendations to Wyoming communities in the wake of 13 Shopko stores closing across the state. The webinar...

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Thermopolis crafter lives on the edge

When he’s not patrolling the streets of Thermopolis, Ken Smith can often be found in his shop surrounded by moose antlers, acrylic, wood, glass plaques and more.  “I love the range of what we...

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Cheyenne company brews recipe for success

Scott Gondzar specializes in coaxing bold flavors out of simple, organic ingredients. When he decided to follow in the steps of his mother, a business-savvy entrepreneur, he applied the same...

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Wyoming Exports

Wyoming to host free export webinar series

Wyoming businesses interested in exporting are encouraged to attend a series of four free webinars hosted by the Wyoming Small Business Development Center Network and the Wyoming Business Council...

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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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Grants available for vertical gardens to provide fresh, local food to cities

When chefs at Altitude Chophouse and Brewery in Laramie need some greens or produce for menu items, there’s a good chance it's harvested from a garden growing on one of the restaurant’s exterior walls...

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SLIB meeting

State board to consider three community grants April 4

The State Loan and Investment Board (SLIB) will consider three Business Ready Community (BRC) grant requests during its April 4 quarterly meeting at 8 a.m. in the Wyoming Department of...

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