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Wyoming’s Population Nears 583,000, Natrona and Teton Counties State’s Fastest Growers

Wyoming’s population grew by about one percent last year to 582,658.

Officials with the state’s Economic Analysis Division gathered the county and statewide information between July 2012 and July 2013

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Wyoming’s Economy Finishes 2013 On a Positive Note

The report shows Wyoming’s personal income increased from $27.9 billion in 2011 to $29.1 billion in 2012 as well,

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Q2 2013 State Econ. Summary: Wyoming’s Recovery “Poised to Reaccelerate”

State economists say Wyoming's economic recovery is ready to accelerate again after a slowdown in late 2012 and early 2013.

Wyoming Economic Analysis Division principal economist Wenlin Liu says construction, manufacturing and tourism will drive future recovery for the state, along with rebounding natural gas prices

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Controlled Burns Planned [AUDIO]

Several controlled burns are planned this spring in northwestern Wyoming. Amy Richards has a report. The latest Wyoming Insight Report from the state's economic analysis division shows a surprising increase in sales and use tax collections. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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State Senior Economist Jim Robinson
State Senior Economist Jim Robinson
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Wyoming Insight Released Monday

The latest edition of the Wyoming Insight is now available. The numbers show that through February, Fiscal year 2012 sales and use tax collections were $53.4 million (+11.7%) better than the same period year. Jim Robinson, senior economist with the State's Economic Analysis Division says Natrona led all counties with $11.6 million more than a year ago while Sweetwater and Campbell followed close behind with $8.9 and $8.5 million more than last year, respectively. 

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