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Business Council Offers Energy Efficiency Grants

  Small businesses are encouraged to apply to the Small Business Energy Audit/Retrofit Grant Program through the Wyoming Business Council. There is $75,000 available. Energy efficiency improvements are often overlooked as a cost-savings opportunity. Grants …

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Mead Applauds SCOTUS Nominee

July 10, 2018

– Governor Mead released the following statement on President Donald Trump’s nominee for the United States Supreme Court: “Like Judge Gorsuch who came from our own 10th Circuit, Judge Kavanaugh is an outstanding jurist. His …

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Greys River Rangers To Burn Debris

October 18, 2018

As the saying goes, “Where there’s smoke, there’s fire” – but this time, that fire is planned in the Greys River Ranger District and will be limited to slash piles in the area. Forest Spokesperson …

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Governors Focusses On Good Neighbors

October 17, 2018

The Western Governor’s Association wrapped up its fall meeting in Cheyenne Friday night after covering a variety of issues affecting the 19 states and 3 protectorates. Among the issues discussed during the session was the …

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Winter Travel Reminders

October 16, 2018

The season’s first winter storm caused havoc for much of Wyoming over the weekend and should serve as a reminder to all that it is time to prepare their vehicles for another Wyoming winter. Obviously, …

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Jackson Kmart Survives

October 15, 2018

While the news of the massive Sears bankruptcy was not unexpected, it was painful for many around the country. The venerable brand, once considered staple of American life, made the announcement Monday that it would …

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Salmonella Reported In Wyoming

Three cases have been confirmed and one is pending involving illness among Wyoming residents connected with a national Salmonella Newport outbreak. A national recall of 6.9 million pounds of ground beef due to possible contamination …

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