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Wyoming’s Economy Ranked Last in the Country

“As the state’s attention focuses on growing and diversifying Wyoming’s economy during this current downturn, all of the inherent benefits of doing business in Wyoming can come in to play,” Gullberg says.

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Donald Trump Holds Campaign Rally At Valdosta State University In Georgia
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Trump: ‘The Miners Are Going Back to Work in Wyoming’ [VIDEO]

"My administration will put the miners back to work and we will unleash the power of clean coal, oil, natural gas and shale energy," Trump said.

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Artist Jeff Hubbell’s “Prairie Dog Town” is among murals planned for Laramie’s downtown district.
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Laramie’s Public Art Important for a Vibrant Economy [VIDEO]

While other industries at a state or local level may suffer at the behest of larger market forces, the appeal of a thriving local arts scene can weather the storm and provide much-needed tax dollars as other revenue streams shrink.

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Wyoming Machinery Announces Layoffs; Company Declines To Say How Many Employees Are Affected

The company is not releasing the number of employees who are affected.

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Cheyenne Economic Report Mostly Negative

While Cheyenne's economy is doing better than some other areas of the state, this isn't a great report.

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Low Prices Hurting Local Oil Industry

Oil production in the first quarter is up in Laramie County compared to last year, but low prices is steadily slowing production numbers in the county.

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Wyoming’s Unemployment Rate Down in November

Wyoming's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell from 4.7% in October to 4.5% in November.

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Baker Hughes Inc. Says the Number of Rigs Up Slightly

Oilfield services company Baker Hughes Inc. says the number of rigs exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. rose by three this week to 1,920.

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EPA Announces New Limits On Emissions From Coal-Fired Plants
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Mead: EPA Should Withdraw Proposed Rules on Carbon Emissions For Power Plants

Governor Matt Mead is calling on the EPA to withdraw proposed rules on carbon emissions for existing power plants.

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Energy Share Wyoming Kicks off Monday

Energy Share of Wyoming, kicked-off the 2014-15 season Monday, with the goal of raising more than $100,000 and assisting more than 300 families statewide.

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