As the state loosens restrictions on the bar-and-grill industry, Laramie maintains the status quo of leading the way in regulations, Snowy Range Sports Bar & Grill owner Karl McCracken said.
After becoming accustomed to sleeping in the back of a Subaru Forester on camping trips, Zach and Tessa Hansen decided it was time for a house — a tiny house.
Heath and Emily Brown have always been passionate about cycling, but in 2015, they decided to turn their passion into a way of life.
From de-icing airplanes to saxophone straps designed for women, the 2017 Fisher Innovation Challenge finalists focused on solving problems for businesses worldwide.
When Cowgirl Yarn owner Lori Kirk heard the lot behind her store was going to be dug up for the future location of Big Hollow Food Co-Op, she said she knew she had to act fast.
With the permitting required by the state and the municipal codes already in place, mobile vendors don’t need more regulation, vendors told city staff at an mobile vending open house Tuesday.
Cowgirl Fitness offers women a place to exercise without worrying about the other people in the gym, Cowgirl Fitness co-owner Perri Forest said.
Uber representatives said the global ridesharing company’s first week in Laramie went well, but a local taxi company representative expressed concerns about Uber’s effect on the local economy.
Blending an exclusive breakfast club atmosphere with a forum for networking, the Laramie Referral Club raises the standard for word-of-mouth advertising, Founder Gary Strohm said.
Gov. Matt Mead signed an economic diversification bill Friday, but only a “paltry” amount of funding was allocated to set it in motion, said Sen. Chris Rothfuss, D-Laramie.
When Ethan and Kerri Smith decided to offer food at the Alibi Pub, instead of typical bar fare — freezer to deep fryer — they decided to go a different route — farm to table.
After reviewing a feasibility study regarding shared-use paths on Snowy Range Road, West Laramie business owners said mixing bikes and pedestrians with highway traffic was a bad idea.
City planners teamed up with economic development organizations to formulate a plan to improve the Third Street shopping and pedestrian experience.
Wyoming’s unemployment rates continued to decrease in December with Albany County tying Niobrara for lowest in the state, the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services reported.
Room to Grow owner Lynette Doyle decided to ring in the New Year with fresh ideas by exchanging her previous consignment model with a new trade system and adding adult clothing to her racks.
With Dollar Tree’s local lease expiring in May, the Laramie store manager said the chain’s corporate office had not communicated relocation plans with store employees.
After about 26 years in business, Casey Campbell decided to hang up his brown-and-gold hat and sell his retail business Monday to longtime manager Matt Lehning and his wife, Nicole.
No one is really sure how many snowmobilers come through Albany County each year, but whatever the number, it’s good for the economy, Laramie Area Visitor Center Executive Director Fred Ockers said.
Poppy’s Flowers and Boutique has outgrown one location after another, but after expanding into more than double its previous shop’s space, owner Rachel Potter said she’s ready to let her roots sink deep.
Seventy percent of Laramie’s Small Business Saturday participants received more customers and sales than they did Black Friday, a Laramie Main Street Alliance Survey reported.
In the fast-paced Information Technology (IT) industry, Medicine Bow Technologies is looking to the future — human interaction, CEO Luke Schneider said.