It’s been a long time coming, Campbell County resident Frank Latta said, in response to news of Wyoming’s budding hemp industry, which in its first few months of infancy has skyrocketed.
Small and large businesses often have good stories to tell, but with all the changing and urgent news surroun-ding the pandemic, those stories could easily get lost.
When Scott and Julie Gondzar started Snowy Elk Coffee Co., they were roasting their beans on private property and selling their coffee beans online, at the farmer’s market and making local deliveries to customers in the Cheyenne area.
The price of soybeans is down.
First Carbon XPRIZE team arrives at Gillette carbon capture test center
CASPER — Four Wind River Reservation-based school districts have announced they’ll keep their students at home and learn virtually for the first weeks of this school year, as Fremont County remains the Wyoming county hit hardest by the pandemic and tribal governments continue to institute a …
Tungsten Parts Wyoming, a manufacturing business in West Laramie, has settled a lawsuit brought by several former employees.
CHEYENNE – Gov. Mark Gordon has added a dedicated page to the Wyoming Sense budget transparency website that illustrates how federal CARES Act funds are being distributed.
The Laramie City Council on Tuesday divided a proposed ordinance that would amend municipal code regarding downtown commercial zoning district regulations into two sections, delaying aspects perceived as more contentious among business owners.
CHEYENNE – A few years back, Cheyenne Youth Alternatives set up a foundation to pave a secure path forward for helping youth and families in the area. But getting it up and running was no easy task.
GREEN RIVER — The Green River City Council approved on first reading an ordinance change, that if approved on three readings, would allow up to 15 children in a home-based child care center in single family R-1 and R-2 residential zoned areas.
In March, Congress passed the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, allocating $2 trillion to help Americans affected by the pandemic.
DOUGLAS — One of the Big Four meatpackers is once again being accused of allegedly trying to fix prices and tampering with the meat market, leaving Converse County and other Wyoming lamb and sheep ranchers wondering if they’ll be able to sell their livestock come fall.
CASPER — Workers laid down Wyoming’s last operating gas rig this week in Sweetwater County, dropping the state’s total rig count to zero, a jolting reminder of the economic devastation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
CHEYENNE – Three candidates seeking the Democratic nomination in Wyoming’s U.S. Senate race discussed some of their differences on health care, foreign policy and environmental issues during a virtual forum Monday night.