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New CEO brings plenty of experience, but what he doesn’t know may be his best asset

As Wyoming Legislators are settling into the newly renovated halls of the Capitol building for the 2020 Budget Session, Josh Dorrell is settling into his new role as the CEO of the Wyoming Business...

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Wyoming Business Council releases 2019 annual report

The Wyoming Business Council released its annual report this week detailing the state economic development agency’s efforts to realize diverse, broad and lasting economic growth for Wyoming.  The...

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Adults rediscover learning through scholarships

In 2017, Wyoming leaders announced a lofty goal: the state would boast 67 percent of its working population with a post-secondary credential attainment by 2025 and 82 percent by 2040...

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Scholarships spark excitement in welding industry

In early October 2017, the pops and flashes of welding projects filled one of Puma Steel’s echoey production bays. While welding projects are commonplace at Puma Steel, a steel fabricator and...

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UW invites businesses to free BUY-WY supplier fair

The University of Wyoming is hosting BUY-WY, a free Wyoming supplier fair, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Oct. 15, at the Union Ballroom on the Laramie campus. The event offers the opportunity for Wyoming...

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Cheyenne

Main Street offers local leaders major discount to annual conference

The National Main Street Center is offering a 77 percent discount to its annual conference March 25-27 in Seattle for local elected officials and senior local government staff from Main Street...

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MFG Day

Wyoming companies to celebrate Manufacturing Day

The 2018 National Manufacturing Day is Oct. 5, and Wyoming companies are hosting events and opening their doors to the public to celebrate.  The manufacturing industry faces significant...

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Art creates economic growth in Wyoming

“That first day was just a blur,” he recalled. “The whole town was taken by surprise.”    Six years ago, Mark Riddle opened his sports bar, Clear Creek Cantina, in quiet, picturesque Buffalo,...

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WyoTech

Gov. Mead authorizes $5 million loan to keep WyoTech open

Gov. Matt Mead authorized a loan Monday of up to $5 million to DBJJDM Enterprises for the operation of WyoTech Institute in Laramie.    "The community of Laramie, state legislators,...

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Students vie for $50,000 in seed money for business ventures

The 10 finalists in Wyoming’s largest student entrepreneurship competition take the stage April 26 at the Gateway Center on the University of Wyoming campus. “Each year, students complete hundreds of...

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