In the midst of unprecedented volatility in the global oil market, shale producers in Wyoming received a small boost Friday in the form of tax relief.
Coronavirus is taking a bite out of local businesses on Main Street and now the implications for agriculture are beginning to take shape, said the rural entrepreneurship specialist with University of Wyoming Extension.
Founder and owner Stephen Mullins describes Red Bison Studio as a “community clay center” and production house for functional ceramics.
Last week, Administrator Jovita Carranza, the head of the U.S. Small Business Administration, announced the 2020 Small Business Persons of the Year winners from throughout the United States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and Guam.
Gov. Mark Gordon applied on behalf of the state of Wyoming for access to Small Business Administration federal disaster loans in response to COVID-19 on an economic front.
Founded in 2000 in Sheridan, EMIT Technologies has dedicated its efforts toward solving problems and designing solutions for natural gas compression applications.
The nonprofit WYO Performing Arts & Education Center in the heart of downtown Sheridan offers a wide variety of live performances, student classes, rental space and like activities.
Ask anyone who knows Jenny Craft to describe her in one word, and you’ll most likely hear “connector.”
Antonia Armenta-Miller grew up in her parents’ restaurant and catering company.
Sheridan Community Land Trust was founded as a nonprofit organization in 2006 as a solution to concerns community members expressed through a regional community assessment conducted by Sheridan County and the city of Sheridan.
Imagine you’re a cattle rancher in rural Niobrara County, where only 4.3% of the population has access to broadband internet speeds of 25 megabits per second or faster.
Ramaco Carbon, a coal technology company headquartered in Sheridan, announced it had hired Christopher Yurchick to serve as director of research.
The Sheridan County library system estimates it hosted 170,102 visitors in the 2019 calendar year.
The spirit of the New Year and inspiration for fresh beginnings is being seen and felt at fitness centers around Sheridan.
Casey Terrell felt a familiar emotion while volunteering his time to judge speech and debate competitors last year at Sheridan High School.
Inspiration comes in several forms at The Sugar Mouse Cupcake House.
The statewide number of occupational fatalities grew from 2017 to 2018 but did not rise above the 26-year average.
Kanye West plans to move his billion-dollar shoe company Yeezy’s prototype manufacturing facility to the former Cody Labs building in Cody.
Hunter Chase isn’t one to rest on his laurels.
Before Giving Tuesday and end-of-year donations were on the minds of businesses and community members, a local business was drumming up ways to give back to the community of Sheridan.
U.S. Bank, led by Sheridan-based vice president/district manager Echo Kraft, earned statewide recognition at the U.S. Small Business Administration Wyoming District Office 2019 Lender Awards in Casper Nov. 20.
Wyoming lawmakers are considering implementing a corporate income tax for some of the largest corporations operating in the state.
Next Friday, Sheridan’s downtown will play host to the 24th annual Christmas Stroll, one of the city’s hallmark events that celebrates both local businesses and the beginning of the Christmas season.
The average child care worker in Wyoming makes $11.14 per hour, and 53% of Wyoming’s child care workforce receive public benefits.
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