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UW agricultural honor society recognizes Torrington producer

A Torrington-area couple received the Distinguished Service to Agriculture Award from the University of Wyoming chapter of the national honor society of agriculture for their accomplishments, work with students and collaboration with researchers.

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Tourism to Fort Laramie NHS creates $3,948,700 in Economic Benefits Report shows visitor spending supports 52 jobs in local economy

(Fort Laramie, WY) A new National Park Service (NPS) report shows that 57,445 visitors to Fort Laramie National Historic Site in 2016 spent $3,358,700 in communities near the park. That spending supported 52 jobs in the local area and had a cumulative benefit to the local economy of $3,948,700.

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Community Assistance Requested

 

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Vistabeam local office now open in Torrington!!!

VISTABEAM LOCAL OFFICE NOW OPEN IN TORRINGTON

Center of Vistabeam’s Eastern Wyoming broadband.

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Fact sheets explain regulations for diversifying ag operations

 

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Wyo featured in April issue of United Airlines magazine

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GCEDC awards Q3 Progress Program into the community

Goshen County Economic Development Corporation pushes over $14,000 of funds back into Goshen County to enhance economic development projects, thanks to thequarter cent economic development sales tax.  Since its inception in 2011, The Progress Program has assisted over 120 businesses, non-profits, and municipalities in Goshen County with releasing over $660K back into the community towards economic development projects.

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EWC announces final candidates and open forums in presidential search

Eastern Wyoming College has announced the final candidates for the president’s position.  Each candidate will have a scheduled open forum time which community, students and others who are interested should plan on attending.

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Made in Wyoming catalog submissions due April 7

  For release: March 29, 2017  

Ron Gullberg
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  Made in Wyoming catalog submissions due April 7   The Wyoming Business Council invites companies selling locally-made products to join the Made in Wyoming program and submit information for the 2017 catalog by April 7.

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Governor Mead Requests Public Input for ENDOW Initiative

Governor Matt Mead has initiated an effort to develop a twenty-year comprehensive and coordinated economic diversification strategy known as ENDOW -- “Economically Needed Diversity Options for Wyoming.” The goals are to encourage the expansion and diversification of Wyoming’s existing energy and industrial sectors, stimulate new and emerging industries, create private sector jobs and encourage business development, entrepreneurship and innovation.

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