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Plugging the brain drain in Wyoming

Several states use scholarships to keep their best and brightest close to home. But Wyoming has added a twist: a planned $400 million endowment that will generate an estimated $20 million a year, virtually guaranteeing a steady source of funding for its program.

Wiring Wyoming

"I don’t think you can underestimate the importance of good broadband connectivity to the economic development of high-growth companies,"

Development grant runs into opposition in Jackson, Wyoming

State Rep. Pete Jorgensen, D-Jackson, questioned using the Wyoming Business Council grant to help "a healthy business venture in the most expensive real estate market in Wyoming," according to his letter to the board.

Retirees could keep jobs under proposed Wyoming state program

The Wyoming Retirement Board is developing a plan to allow school teachers and state government employees to collect retirement while continuing to work full time.

L.A. May Run Partly On Wyoming Wind Power

The contract is valued between $236 and $280 million dollars.

Wyoming FFA project grows into successful business – only gluten free oats in the world

Forrest Smith, a junior, was pondering ideas two years ago for a Future Farmers of America assignment requiring students to develop a business idea centered on agriculture.

Wyoming lures workers from Michigan

And the prospect of making $22 an hour to start in a place with no state income tax played a big role in his decision to move, Purtell said.

Made in Wyoming

Along with the "Why didn’t I think of that?" gold mines, the world of invention is littered with both horrible ideas and good ideas that didn’t sell.

Wyoming Governor Freudenthal to University of Wyoming board: Start your search for a new president over

The trustees are scheduled to hold a telephone conference call meeting at noon today to consider their course of action in the wake of the withdrawal of two out-of-state finalists for the job.

Three Colorado aerospace firms flying north to Wyoming with their 14 employees for more than $6 million in incentives.

"These are new companies, but you’ve got to start somewhere," said Karen Gibbons, a spokeswoman for the Laramie Economic Development Corp. "We’ve done our homework, and we believe these are the real deal."