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.”
An assessment of the Business Resource Network led by the University of Wyoming and the Wyoming Business Council helps define how future economic development and entrepreneurship efforts are structured in the state.
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.
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.
CHEYENNE – When members of the Jonah Bank of Wyoming team won this year’s Better Business Bureau Torch Award for Ethics in the medium business category, they knew their company was on the right path.
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.
CASPER – When cybersecurity expert Greg White spoke to 60 municipal clerks and treasurers from around Wyoming at an April meeting, he delivered a sobering message about the fallout from cyberattacks facing communities around the nation.
A hospital should be a place to recuperate, rest, recover and gain strength. But like other public spaces in the United States, hospitals are not immune to natural – and man-made – disasters.
JACKSON – With steady waves of coal-fired plant shutdowns expected over the coming decades, the “war on coal” may already be won. But some Wyoming officials are saying it’s just the first fossil fuel domino to topple, which could leave Wyoming in a bind due to its energy-driven economy.
GILETTE – University of Wyoming researchers are roughly one-quarter of the way through phase two of their exploratory study into the feasibility of underground carbon storage in the Powder River Basin, according to Scott Quillinan, director of research with the University of Wyoming School o…
CHEYENNE – Wyoming’s wind energy capacity is set to double in the coming years, as developments of various sizes spring up throughout the state.
Though the coal industry is older than the state of Wyoming itself, ongoing efforts may keep the controversial energy resource in play, despite reports that the outlook is grim.
Most of Wyoming has hundreds of days of sunshine every year. This helps grow our gardens and crops, tan our skin, and enjoy the state’s vast outdoor recreation opportunities.
Though some are bemoaning the bygone days when Wyoming’s coal industry ruled supreme, others are accepting the new normal of slowly declining coal sales and looking for new ways to move the industry forward.