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Wyoming Business Tips for May 27-June 2

A weekly look at issues facing Wyoming business owners and entrepreneurs from the Wyoming Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network, a collection of business assistance programs at the University of Wyoming.

By Nicholas Giraldo, market researcher, Wyoming SBDC Network

Kwanna King Selected New UW Registrar

Kwanna King has been selected as the new University of Wyoming registrar following a national search. She begins her duties Wednesday, May 29.

UW To Offer Entrepreneurship Major, Minor Starting Fall 2019

The University of Wyoming will be offering Major and Minor Degrees in Entrepreneurship starting this fall. UW Vice President for Communications and Marketing Chad Baldwin explains.

Super Tag Raffle

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is continuing their Super Tag Raffle program this year.

Jennings on 2019 General Session

The 2019 General Session of the Wyoming Legislature is in the rear view mirror now, but some legislators are worried about how much was accomplished.

Utilities Director Presents Overview of Trees for Trash and Community Cleanup

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City of Sheridan Utilities Director Dan Roberts presented an overview of the recent Trees for Trash and Community Cleanup Day events to members of the Sheridan City Council and Mayor Roger Miller at the Council meeting earlier this week.

Ordinance Amending Tree Code Moves Forward

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The second reading of an ordinance amending the City of Sheridan Tree Code was approved by the Sheridan City Council at their recent meeting earlier this week.

Wyoming births decline with shrinking population

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming recorded the lowest number of births in 15 years in 2018.

Wyoming's population has been falling since the state's energy industry went bust in 2015. That year, about 7,700 babies were born in Wyoming.

Friess considering run for Wyoming US Senate seat

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A wealthy Republican political donor from Wyoming says he's thinking about running for U.S. Senate in 2020.

Wyoming News Update

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ENDANGERED WOLVES-ILLEGAL KILLINGS

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Illegal killings and political resistance have undercut the return of two species of endangered wolves despite more than $80 million in government spending.

SheridanWyoming.com

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