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Wyoming Business Council: Renewable Energy Credit Program Incentive For Businesses

Powder River Energy Corporation (PRECorp), an electric cooperative in Northeastern Wyoming, and the Wyoming Business Council are pleased to announce a partnership that enhances Wyoming’s economic development prospects, offering a solution for businesses seeking to offset their in-state energy consumption with renewable energy credits, known as WyoRECs™, for this Wyoming program

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U.W. Student Loan Default Rate Low [AUDIO]

The percentage of University of Wyoming students defaulting on federal student loans is well below the national average. Doug Randall reports. The Wyoming Business Council and Wyoming PBS have teamed up to talk about the challenges facing ranchers in the upcoming weekly program "Wyoming Chronicle."  Joy Greenwald has the details. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Business Council Offers Grant Writing Program [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Army National Guard's Honor Team will host a memorial for veterans on Friday. Amy Richards has a report. The Wyoming Business Council is sponsoring a comprehensive grant writing program next month. Joy Greenwald has the story. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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USDA: No Weather Records Set This Winter [AUDIO]

Former legislator Pete Illoway of Cheyenne and Paul Covello of Torrington are the two newest members of the Wyoming Business Council Board of Directors. Doug Randall has the details. Unlike last summer, it looks like this winter will not set any weather records. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Wyoming Business Council CEO Bob Jensen (Courtesy of uwyo.edu)
Wyoming Business Council CEO Bob Jensen (Courtesy of uwyo.edu)
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Business Council Rolls Out New Commercial Real Estate Website [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Business Council is rolling out a new website that shows information about available commercial properties around the state. Doug Randall reports. Twenty-nine year old Midwest resident Gregory Young, who escaped from the Casper re-entry center is back in custody. Kevin Koile has the details. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Laramie Gets $5.4M to Build Technology Park

A $5.4 million grant for Laramie to build the Cirrus Sky Technology Park was approved on a 3-to-1 vote by the State Loan and Investment Board on Thursday in Cheyenne. It is the largest Community Readiness Grant in the history of the Wyoming Business Council

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Cody Company Changes Mind on Business Council Grant [AUDIO]

Cody Laboratories has chosen to resurrect a deal that will allow it to use a $2.5 Million grant from the Wyoming Business Council. Business Reporter Sharon Fain has details. Access to almost $236 Billion in financial aid for college students requires preparing a federal financial aid application known as FAFSA

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Wyoming Business Council Board (Courtesy of KOWB-Laramie)
Wyoming Business Council Board (Courtesy of KOWB-Laramie)
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Proposed Laramie Business Park Gets Initial Ok [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Business council has approved its largest every business ready community grant for more than $5.4 million dollars for the proposed Cirrus Sky Technology Park in Laramie. Business Reporter Sharon Fain has the details. The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality will meet with the Upper Green  River Basin Air Quality Task Force next month. Doug Randall has the details. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Scholarships Available to National Main Streets Conference

The Wyoming Main Street Program is offering travel scholarships to the National Main Streets Conference in New Orleans, La., April 14-16, 2013.  The trip includes a Wyoming Main Street sponsored pre-trip to t

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Business Council At Upcoming Sportsman’s Expo [AUDIO]

Exxon says the biggest shift in energy consumption in coming years will be an increase in the use of natural gas and a decline in the use of coal. Wyoming outdoor product manufacturers are being invited to join the Wyoming Business Council at the International Sportsman's Expo in Denver and Salt Lake City this winter. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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