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Greybull, Wyoming bullish on job-adding call center

f business continues the way it has started during the center’s first month of operations, the end of the year could see 100 people working for the facility, making it one of the largest employers in the town of around 1,800 people.

Should Wyoming bolt internet tax plan?

Through a barrage of full-page newspaper ads, a Casper couple is hoping to derail a years-long, multistate effort to collect taxes on Internet purchases.

Wyoming Air tanker firm, Hawkins & Powers Aviation Inc. struggles to stay afloat

Hawkins & Powers Aviation Inc. has gone from being one of the country’s largest aerial firefighting firms to the brink of bankruptcy.

Wheat/plastics composite company breaks ground in Wyoming

"The financial implications are very good for rural economic development here," Van Eaton said. "We’re a good market for regional recycling, and we’re the primary market for western Nebraska and southeastern Wyoming farmers. The quality rural lifestyle here is something really special to offer our employees."

Making communities ‘business ready’ in Wyoming. Economic program defended

"I don’t think that sits very well with the average citizen,"

Firm plans Wyoming biodiesel plant – State could be biodiesel hub

It would be the first-ever biodiesel plant in the state and among the largest in the nation. It would also create a new opportunity for Wyoming farmers to grow camelina, canola, brown mustard and other oil seed crops.

Wyoming Technology Organization formed to drive the success of member companies while building the image of Wyoming as a leader in technology development and application.

Please read the Wyoming Technology Organization’s introductory letter include here or visit their web site http://www.wyomingtechnology.org/index.html.

Wyoming tourism revenue tops $2 billion

Travel spending in Wyoming in 2004 amounted to about $5.5 million per day, according to a report compiled by an Oregon firm hired by the Wyoming Business Council. Adjusted for inflation, spending has increased 2.2 percent each year since 1997 within Wyoming’s second-largest industry.

Sick of losing movies to Canada, Wyoming considers incentives

Shober said attracting film production would help the Wyoming economy in two ways. First, the production would pump money into the local economy where filming takes place. Second, it would generate tourism, bringing new visitors.

Reception celebrates Wyoming writers behind new movie ‘An Unfinished Life’

"Unless the audience sits through the credits, they’re going to assume it’s Wyoming," said Michell Howard of the Wyoming Film Office. "This has a great impact on us."