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Wyoming and Japan Collaborate on Carbon Solutions

The Wyoming Infrastructure Authority (WIA) is once again partnering with Japan to further advance carbon technology.

Montana brewery canning water for Yellowstone to avoid plastic ills

A Philipsburg, Montana, brewery has flowed into a new market by pouring its mountain fresh spring water into resealable aluminum bottles.

The reopening of Wyoming’s Capitol was hailed as a success. Can the state learn from its blueprint?

Even with the optimism on display at its opening, the Legislature taking up residency there will bring many of the problems the state has confronted throughout its history.

USDA Agency’s Relocation Could Affect Grantmaking Abilities, Union Says

“Moving a granting agency at the end of the fiscal year will have a detrimental impact on getting grant money out the door to our stakeholders,”

High Performing Midwest Cities Need to Learn How to Attract National Talent

They are completely parochial talent sheds and need to attract from further afield. Here’s an excerpt:

Two Wyoming coal mines close, send 700 workers home after bankruptcy filing

Blackjewel LLC, which operates Eagle Butte and Belle Ayr mines near Gillette, sent the workers home after a bank denied the company $20 million in financing to continue operations during bankruptcy proceedings, CEO Jeffery Hoops...

Western Governor’s Association – Reimagining the Rural West Initiative – 7/16 – Webinar

A diverse panel will discuss the range of experiences and challenges encountered in the rural West, and share ideas for building vibrant rural communities focusing on the Initiative’s three pillars, which are:

University of Wyoming professor, grad student and Casper company create augmented reality to assist in surgeries

“This project is a perfect example of a successful public/private partnership.

Jackson Hole, Wyoming’s first Spanish-language radio station hits the air

“We know the Hispanic community is a large part of Jackson,” Anderson said, “and we just felt like it was in the interest of the public to have a radio station that would serve that...

Casper council for people with disabilities meets for first time

City officials have been vocally supportive of the council, but it didn’t form overnight.


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