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The worst thing you can do when approaching a strange dog is put out your hand for the dog to sniff, 18-year-old Callan Brothers explained.

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Editor’s note: Information from a story published in the Wyoming Tribune Eagle’s June 26 issue titled “Business Council looks to narrow focus” by Ramsey Scott is included in this piece.

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Visiting downtown Laramie merchants, a shopper will find businesses selling goods and services that provide vitality and variety essential to keep the area thriving. Shoppers can find coffee shops, kitchenware, outdoor equipment, restaurants, barber shops and more.

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A Douglas native is now at the head of “one the largest banks people have never heard of”: the United States Department of Agriculture’s Rural Utilities Service.

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CHEYENNE – When former Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead proposed the state experiment with carbon capture more than four years ago, many in the mineral-heavy region were skeptical, believing it to be an outright anti-coal proposal.

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During her 28 years as an educator, Michael Broad realized there was a problem with how students were being coached for the future. At the height of the No Child Left Behind legislation, she saw students being funneled into four-year colleges, but she realized only a small percentage who sta…

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Looking back over her 25 years as president and CEO of the Better Business Bureau Serving Northern Colorado and Wyoming, Pamela King said it’s easy to point out the one thing that had the greatest influence on the organization dedicated ethical business practices.

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Consumer advocates reviewing Black Hills Energy rate hikes

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A self-described Shopify-style startup focused entirely on print-on-demand services in Cheyenne said it crossed 1,000 users on its nascent platform recently, causing a spike of “growing pains.”

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The landscape of energy is evolving, and Wyoming needs to follow suit if it intends to remain competitive in the market.

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Not long ago, health officials declared measles “eliminated.” But this spring, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported more cases since the beginning of 2019 than in any single year since 1994.

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Food trucks are rolling across Wyoming, offering everything from fish and chips to omelets and traditional Filipino food. For the customer, ordering lunch off a food truck is an inherently fun experience; but behind the novelty, diners will find hardworking entrepreneurs.

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ROBERTSON – An agricultural technology company from the near non-town of Robertson could prevent the next mass eradication event in the U.S. livestock industry.

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Two specialty firearms producers are expanding in northern Wyoming, proving the state’s manufacturing sector doesn’t have to rely on the mineral extraction industry.