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    ikef@laramieboomerang.com
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Ed Spal’s world revolves around wood.

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Hampton Inn by Hilton Laramie awarded 2017 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence Award

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    ikef@laramieboomerang.com
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Works of Wyoming gift store and art gallery started with an idea for an online store, but materialized into a brick and mortar without ever getting a web offering up and running, store manager Lorena Patzer said.

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    ikef@laramieboomerang.com
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From de-icing airplanes to saxophone straps designed for women, the 2017 Fisher Innovation Challenge finalists focused on solving problems for businesses worldwide.

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    ikef@laramieboomerang.com
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Albany County could see a check from the sales tax collected for online sales as soon as April, the Wyoming Department of Revenue Director Dan Noble said.

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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.

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    ikef@laramieboomerang.com
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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.

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    ikef@laramieboomerang.com
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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.

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    ikef@laramieboomerang.com
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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.

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    ikef@laramieboomerang.com
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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.