CHEYENNE – The elderly population (age 65 and over) in the state grew 3.7 percent between July 2016 and July 2017, according to U.S. Census Bureau estimates. The median age (half of the population is younger, and the other half older) rose 0.5 to 37.7 years, while it increased from 37.9 to …
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Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., applauded the U.S. Supreme Court today for overturning its 1992 decision, Quill Corp. v. North Dakota, which prohibited states from imposing a local tax on out-of-state retailers that do not have a physical presence in the state.
The State Loan and Investment Board (SLIB) approved two Business Ready Community grant requests during its June 21 quarterly meeting in Cheyenne. Both projects were approved unanimously.
CHEYENNE – Managers and employees looking to file unemployment insurance claims in the state will see a number of system changes next week.
For hunters, one of the most exciting days of the year is here.
As fire activity winds down, Rocky Mountain Team Black is slated to hand over the reins today to an incoming Type III command team.
Wyoming is fast becoming a start-up hub.
Late in February, the Wyoming Department of Health released updated immunization requirements that include a pneumococcal shot and rotavirus vaccine.
Rollback of banking regulations put in place following the financial crisis a decade ago should help Wyoming community banks and credit unions, but Congress is still debating what exactly the final legislation allows.
The new tax law is great news for favorable for small business. Owners of pass-through entities deduct up to 20 percent of their business income on their personal tax return, subject to certain limits. Increased deductions for capital expenditures will shield income for property owners who m…
Cody, Wyoming celebrates July 4 with five days of parades, fairs and the four-day Cody Stampede Rodeo, and when the big day falls on a weekend or a Monday or Friday, many of the travelers frequently turn the holiday into a long weekend getaway.
Washington, D.C. – At a Finance Committee hearing today called to discuss Trump Administration tariffs, U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., pointed out the significant damage the tariffs on newsprint paper are causing rural newspapers.
CHEYENNE – Wyoming startup company BeefChain is at the intersection of traditional cattle ranching and the state’s economic diversification efforts.
CHEYENNE – A California paper company is suing a longtime local print shop for more than $187,000 in unpaid expenses.
Infront Consulting Group, a longstanding Microsoft Partner that was acquired by Wyoming-based Green House Data at the end of May, has been named a 2018 Microsoft Azure Compete Partner of the Year Finalist.
This fall is hackathon season in Wyoming, with two very different events planned. The first event, officially called the “WyoHackathon 2018: Breakin’ Though” will be held at the University of Wyoming on Sept. 7-9 at the UW War Memorial Fieldhouse. In this, the first hackathon to be held on c…
Jackson Hole, WY – A bipartisan group of governors today announced the formation of a new national effort to provide state executive leadership, focus and outreach on behalf of carbon capture policy and technology deployment.
Washington, D.C. – Today the Senate passed a defense policy bill that would strengthen the military and authorizes funding for programs and activities vital to Wyoming’s National Guard and F.E. Warren Air Force Base.
CHEYENNE – A volunteer-based consulting firm hopes to provide local business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs with the support they need to flourish in southeast Wyoming and northern Colorado.
Fire crews are nearing total containment of the 20,090-acre Badger Creek Fire as the National Weather Service calls for more rain throughout the week.