Wyoming’s effort to develop a commercial-scale carbon capture and storage facility in the Powder River Basin just took another step forward as the CarbonSAFE initiative entered the third phase of development in October.
Before COVID-19 disrupted Wyoming agricultural producers and markets, farmers and ranchers were dealing with a two-decade Western drought that researchers link to climate change.
Seven years ago, Alicia MacArthur enrolled her first senior into the newly formed Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center. The idea of the program is to provide a wide range of diverse and coordinated services for seniors 55 and older who qual…
While Wyoming has the reputation of being a “flyover” state in the technology world, which favors hubs in coastal cities like San Francisco, a number of startups in the Cowboy State are attracting the attention of investors and national accelerator programs.
In a world of disposable textiles, especially in the kids’ clothing market, one Jackson startup is betting on high-end materials to increase longevity and encourage outdoor adventure.
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. In Cheyenne and Jackson, Wyoming’s tourism capitals, two incredibly different approaches to dealing with COVID-19 fallout came forward.
In late October, Gov. Mark Gordon’s office predicted a general fund shortfall of $451.1 million and a school funding shortfall of $300 million, reflecting a historic downturn in Wyoming’s economy.
If there’s one way Wyomingites have fared well in the pandemic, it has been due to the fact that social distancing is easy when you’re surrounded by wide open spaces and public land.
SARATOGA – Before you can even make it to the Brush Creek Distillery to quaff a couple of its newly released spirits, chances are you’ll be escorted down a long basement tunnel, adorned with stone walls and arched ceilings reminiscent of medieval bridges.
The highest legal needs in Wyoming are family law, medical debt and housing issues – and the coronavirus pandemic has the potential to create an even greater need in each area for Wyoming’s low-income population.
One startup is designed as a B2B company, selling its technology and services to other businesses who are looking for an edge in wind energy designs. The other startup is a B2C company, developing a new treatment for gout to market to the public.
On Oct. 5, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a one-line brief on a decade-old skirmish between coal-producing states Montana and Wyoming and exporting state Washington.
Founders catering to women came up big at Pitch Day, Jackson entrepreneurial nonprofit Silicon Couloir’s annual event offering young companies a chance to vet business plans with a live audience.
The most recent expansion of Wyoming’s Food Freedom Act went into effect this summer, and as with the state’s previous groundbreaking initiatives to diversify food supply, the new allowances have been quickly embraced by entrepreneurs.
Unmet community health needs span rural America, but a new $23.4 million critical access hospital in Saratoga will provide consistent health care to residents in rural Carbon County when it’s completed in 2021.
Prior to the COVID-19 global pandemic, 21-year-old Shey Rearick and 20-year-old Jayden Parsons were among a small minority worried about the number of germs on a shopping cart.