Category Archives: Business

Local Business Briefs — March 21, 2017

Wyoming Business Council board includes Sheridan members SHERIDAN — Gov. Matt Mead recently appointed Kim DeVore, Ronald Kensey and Jerry Blann to serve on the Wyoming Business Council board. They replace outgoing board members Lynne Michelena, Tom Scott and Jim Espy, whose terms expired March 1. Board members serve three-year terms and can be reappointed for… Continue Reading

Small businesses represent ‘Strength of Sheridan’

Small businesses represent ‘Strength of Sheridan’

SHERIDAN — Each year, the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce takes time to recognize outstanding businesses and business leaders in the community. In the Feb. 9, 2017, edition of The Sheridan Press, the winners in each category of business awards for 2017 were recognized. In the weeks since, the other individuals and businesses nominated have… Continue Reading

Nonprofits offer ‘Key Service’ to community

Nonprofits offer ‘Key Service’ to community

SHERIDAN — Each year, the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce takes time to recognize outstanding businesses and business leaders in the community. On the front page of the Feb. 9, 2017, edition of The Sheridan Press, the winners in each category of business awards for 2017 were recognized. Over the next six weeks, the other… Continue Reading

Recognizing business accomplishments

Recognizing business accomplishments

SHERIDAN — Each year, the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce takes time to recognize outstanding businesses and business leaders in the community.  On the front page of the Feb. 9, 2017, edition of The Sheridan Press, the winners in each category of business awards for 2017 were recognized. Over the next six weeks, the other… Continue Reading

Legislature to discuss sales tax for online sellers

Legislature to discuss sales tax for online sellers

SHERIDAN — A House bill going before the Wyoming Legislature could mean Wyoming residents will pay higher prices for online purchases. House Bill 0019, which deals with sales from remote online sellers with no physical presence in Wyoming, would require sales tax to be collected for those with either more than $100,000 of sales, or… Continue Reading

Press welcomes new staff members

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Press recently welcomed four new staff members. Two reporters joined the newsroom, a marketing representative joined the sales team and a designer joined the newspaper’s creative services team. Each will add a new facet to the news organization and brings experience to his or her new position. Here’s a quick introduction:… Continue Reading

Program trains women for HVAC careers

Program trains women for HVAC careers

LARAMIE (AP) — As Morgan Thrasher considered a new career in the HVAC industry this fall, she found herself drawing on her background in cosmetology. “It’s actually pretty similar to this field, which sounds pretty crazy,” she said. “But the more I think about it, the more I can relate.” In her new job as… Continue Reading

A look back at the business of 2016

A look back at the business of 2016

SHERIDAN — The last year has provided many ups and downs for business within and affecting Sheridan County. While the decline in the extraction industries continues to affect the bottom lines of many, others have found ways to prosper and Sheridan’s downtown continues to grow. Here’s a look back at the top business news in… Continue Reading

SMH Foundation Employee Partners donate $36,000 to project

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation recently announced that its Foundation Employee Partners voted to donate $36,000 to support the purchase of Tomosynthesis (3-D mammography) screening equipment for the hospital. Employee Partners are hospital staff members who support strategic health care projects at the hospital by giving through a payroll deduction program. Since its… Continue Reading

307 Auto Glass to host Business After Hours

SHERIDAN — 307 Auto Glass will host the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours event Wednesday from 5-7 p.m. The monthly social and networking event is held at a different member location each month. This month’s event will include a visit from Santa Claus, snacks, beverages and raffle drawings. 307 Auto Glass is… Continue Reading

Pizza Hut opens Little Free Library

SHERIDAN — To give back to the local Sheridan community, Pizza Hut recently installed a Little Free Library outside of its restaurant in Sheridan. The Little Free Library enables greater access to books and inspires readers of all ages. This one-of-a-kind library, in the shape of the restaurant’s famous “Hut,” was created by Little Free… Continue Reading

Local Chamber leader to head state board

SHERIDAN — The Wyoming State Chamber of Commerce elected a new board of directors to lead the organization for 2017 at its annual fall conference and membership meeting held in Green River in October. Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce CEO Dixie Johnson will take over as president of the state board in January. The Press… Continue Reading

Proving a knowledge of all things beer

Proving a knowledge of all things beer

SHERIDAN — Many like to claim they know more about beer than anyone else, but few actually have the certification to prove it. Nick Munford, though, recently completed a certification indicating that he’s completed an official Beer Server Exam, the first step in becoming a cicerone. According to a cicerone certification program, the title designates… Continue Reading

NWCCD wins three district awards from National Council for Marketing and Public Relations

SHERIDAN — The National Council for Marketing and Public Relations District Four has awarded the Northern Wyoming Community College District three medallion distinctions at its annual conference in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The NWCCD’s new website, which can be found at www.sheridan.edu and www.gillettecollege.org, was awarded a gold medallion, the organization’s highest honor. The district also received a silver medallion… Continue Reading

When donations become too much

When donations become too much

SHERIDAN — Many have done it. You clean your house and find yourself tossing things aside that you don’t need anymore, haven’t touched in months or simply don’t like anymore. But, you reason, somebody else might like it or find a use for it. That giving spirit adds to Sheridan’s charm and often makes the… Continue Reading

Senior Center to host open house

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan Senior Center will host a ribbon cutting and open house for its new Day Break facility on Nov. 7. The ribbon cutting ceremony will take place at 1 p.m. with an open house scheduled for 1-3 p.m. The public is invited to both events to see the new facility. Members of… Continue Reading

Black Tooth earns medal for beer

Black Tooth earns medal for beer

SHERIDAN — The Black Tooth Brewing Company recently earned a silver medal in the English-style mild ale category at the Great American Beer Festival held in Denver. At the 2016 event, gold, silver and bronze medals were awarded to winning breweries in 96 beer categories covering 161 different beer styles, establishing the best examples of… Continue Reading

Cofounder of Biometric Technologies to speak at e2e

SHERIDAN — On Thursday, e2e Wyoming will welcome Phil Homburger, founder and CEO of Synaptec Software, Inc. and cofounder of Biometric Technologies, Inc. Both companies are based in Denver, Colorado, but are focused on different industries and have followed different paths. The e2e Wyoming event will start at 5:30 p.m. at the Best Western Sheridan… Continue Reading

Chamber’s ‘Ignite’ conference set for Tuesday

Chamber’s ‘Ignite’ conference set for Tuesday

SHERIDAN — The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce’s Business Retention and Expansion Committee is gearing up to host the second annual Ignite Your Business Conference. The full-day conference on Tuesday is designed to allow attendees to pick from 16 unique classes to fit their professional development needs. Each participant can choose four classes, each an… Continue Reading

Panel to discuss local foods movement

SHERIDAN — While consumption of local foods is quickly becoming a norm in Wyoming, there are still plenty of topics to be addressed in order to sustain its prosperity. On Saturday, Oct. 8, local food producers, consumers, merchants and other local food stakeholders will participate in a panel titled “Eating, Growing and Selling.” The panel members… Continue Reading

First tenant moves into Ranchester Mercantile

First tenant moves into Ranchester Mercantile

RANCHESTER — One of Ranchester’s biggest investments is beginning to pay off. Angela Peterson opened up Kids Country Daycare in the beginning of September, making her the first tenant at the Ranchester Mercantile. To build the mercantile, the town of Ranchester received a Community Readiness Grant for $977,500 in January of 2014, of which the… Continue Reading

Flood Marketing expands locations, business

Flood Marketing expands locations, business

SHERIDAN — Technology can show a person the world; it has also helped open the world to a local business. Flood Marketing has expanded to several markets over recently and they’ve done so by taking a unique approach to growing the business. Flood Marketing began in 2010 as a social media-based marketing company but has… Continue Reading

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