Dale Buckingham started small in 2000, working on projects handed down to him from fellow architects in the northeast corner of Wyoming while taking on a few clients of his own in the basement of his home.
The unmistakable twinges of the beginning of fall are here, bringing with it visions of the holidays that lie ahead.
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.
A report recently released by American Express said Wyoming ranks 48th in overall growth of women-owned businesses in the past five years.
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 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.
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.