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.

Kennon earns bid for new project

By |Jul. 16, 2019|

A business that started 35 years ago out of a garage has now evolved into pioneering and engineering for customers like the U.S. Military, NASA, hospitals, oil and gas companies, aircraft owners and the L.A. Dodgers.

Family business: New owners of Andi’s plan few changes

By |Jul. 2, 2019|

Although the true origin of coffee may never be certain, legend states that a goat herder on the Ethiopian plateau discovered the effects of the beans when he noticed his goats became so energetic that they didn’t want to sleep at night after eating the mysterious “berries.”

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