U.S. Bank earns lender award

By |Nov. 26, 2019|

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.

Child care challenge

By |Nov. 12, 2019|

The average child care worker in Wyoming makes $11.14 per hour, and 53% of Wyoming’s child care workforce receive public benefits.

Rooted in Wyoming welcomes Sheridan College intern

By |Oct. 8, 2019|

Through a partnership with the Sheridan College Foundation and Homer and Mildred Scott Foundation, Ava Johannesmeyer has joined the staff of Rooted in Wyoming, a nonprofit dedicated to building and nurturing school and community gardens.

Ramaco receives federal funding for projects

By |Sep. 24, 2019|

The U.S. Department of Energy announced Sheridan-based Ramaco Carbon is the recipient of millions in new federal grants to support the creation of high-value alternative uses for coal in developing both advanced carbon products and advanced materials.

Applications close for Start-Up Challenge

By |Sep. 17, 2019|

Applications for the third annual Start-Up Challenge closed Sept. 13 and the Wyoming Technology Business Center received 39 applications, WTBC Sheridan Director Scot Rendall said. He is encouraged by the business ideas submitted this year.

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