Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce CEO Dixie Johnson was named Executive Director of the Year from the Wyoming Chamber of Commerce Association at its Fall Conference in Gillette on Thursday night.
Thousands of grocery stores across the U.S. have opened delivery and/or grocery pickup services, intended to save shoppers time and engage people through online platforms.
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Ranchester is a quaint little town that never seems to be caught up in the hustle and bustle with rest of the world.
In recent years, Sheridan has seen an emergence of new food trucks in the community.
The Water Resources Data System and Wyoming State Climate Office recorded that the coldest month of the year statewide — January — varies from 5 to 10 degrees Fahrenheit, while an average day in July is 92 degrees Fahrenheit.
The Wyoming Workforce Development Council awarded two Sheridan businesses statewide recognition at their Safety and Workforce Summit in Cheyenne earlier this month.
Wyoming has come a long way from its roots.
In recent months, a lot of effort has gone into renewing the vision for economic growth in Wyoming.
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.
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.”
Many would say coffee is the secret to a well-ran day, and Bison Union Coffee understands this.
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On March 18 there was a farmer’s traffic jam on Fifth Street, and every vehicle was green and yellow.
Link Weaver has stepped out on his own in a quiet and graceful manner.
Each year on the first Friday in June, people participate in National Doughnut Day.
On May 23, 120 local business owners and employees flocked to Sheridan College for the fifth annual Ignite Your Business, a professional development conference hosted by the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce.
Numerous businesses in Sheridan have been utilizing particularly effective fundraising methods.
Second Chance Cat Rescue has moved to a more suitable facility thanks to the generosity of the community.
When Kid Curious opens on Main Street, downtown will host a toyville for kids of all ages that promises to bring fun back into learning through tangibles of play.
This summer marks Landon’s Greenhouse, Nursery and Landscaping’s 40th year of business.
For the last five years, Bill Fortner and Frank Latta have tried to convince Wyoming that “hemp” isn’t a bad four-letter word.
Advanced Communications Technology and Blackfoot Communications announced a strategic partnership to expand their fiber network footprint, bringing connectivity to businesses of all sizes across the western United States.
For a dozen years, Joey’s Fly Fishing Foundation has lured kids from the simulated confines of World of Warcraft to Wyoming’s blue ribbon outdoors to master what some anglers refer to as the Zen of fly-fishing where sport becomes art and casting a moving meditation.
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