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Wyoming Business Council – Program upgrades benefit clients, customers

"This is going to make the program quicker and more convenient for our members, and we can’t wait to show off the new site," said Terri Barr, Made in Wyoming program manager.

Jackson Hole’s quality convenience store worth a stop

Whether you visit Jackson for the eclipse, its twin national parks, its myriad outdoor activities and many golf courses, or wait until winter to hit the slopes at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, repeatedly voted the nation’s best ski resort, you should know about Bodega, one of the area’s newest eateries.

Californian selected for Wyoming travel adventure

"Wyoming fits my lifestyle and combines two of the things I love most — adventure and serenity in nature," Schrock said in a release. "For me, this is a chance to put myself out of my comfort zone and into the heart of a place I love — a place that’s still wild, free and off-the-grid in the best way possible."

Three local entrepreneurial teams win Casper Start-up Challenge

Almost 40 groups submitted their ideas to the competition in the spring.

American Pickers TV Show Headed to Wyoming – looking for collections

The pickers cull only from private collections, so people who own stores, malls, flea markets, run museums, auctions or anything open to the public are not eligible to be part of the show.

Wyoming statewide school construction shortfall may reach $205 million by 2022, report says

A state school construction funding shortfall, created as coal lease bonus money has dried up, could grow to more than $205 million by 2022, according to a legislative report.

Casper experienced Wyoming’s largest population drop during bust

The city, a hub for the oil and gas fields, lost about 1.6 percent of its population. At the same time, two nearby communities — Mills and Evansville — experienced small increases.

Casper experienced Wyoming’s largest population drop during bust

The city, a hub for the oil and gas fields, lost about 1.6 percent of its population. At the same time, two nearby communities — Mills and Evansville — experienced small increases.

Casper City Council to consider laying off dozens of city staff, shuttering facilities

The budget includes the elimination of 17 staff positions and other departmental consolidation meant to save money in light of weak sales tax revenue and a discouraging economic forecast.

Wyoming lawmakers consider tax increases to ease deficits

A legislative committee’s task of finding new sources of revenue for Wyoming’s state government, which depends heavily on the boom-and-bust energy industry, includes looking at new taxes or increasing existing taxes, a co-chairman of the panel said.