A taste of New York has opened in downtown Cheyenne. Instant Attraction, a new women’s boutique, opened last week. The store features products from the New York fashion scene.
Governor Mark Gordon has allocated remaining federal CARES Act funding to help Wyoming businesses and nonprofits with ongoing COVID-19 related losses and expenses.
Cheyenne will welcome a new office complex in December. Blue Federal Credit Union’s new development at the southeast corner of Pershing Blvd. and Converse Avenue is on schedule and under budget, said Michele Bolkovatz, Vice President of Public Relations for Blue Federal Credit Union.
Cheyenne Regional Medical Center’s Medical Imaging Department was recently accredited by the American College of Radiology (ACR) for Nuclear Medicine, PET/CT, MRI, Ultrasound and CT. CRMC has also received a specialty accreditation from the ACR as a Designated CT Lung Cancer Screening Center.
Mike and Amber Kester were laid off earlier this year due to the economic slowdown resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. They took the time off to rethink what they wanted to do for work and devised a plan to start a new business.
A recently permitted coal mine outside Sheridan, Wyo. that is slated to be a research site for alternative uses of coal, is being fought by local landowners and environmentalists.
When HollyFrontier announced its Cheyenne refinery would be converting to renewable diesel back in June, the company joined a growing trend among refineries around the country. Just this spring, CVR Energy, Global Clean Energy, Orion Energy Partners, Greentech Materials, and St. Joseph Rene…
The Capitol City Stadium Cinemas off Pershing Blvd in Cheyenne are adding four more screens, despite the pandemic. The theater currently has 12 screens with auditoriums of different sizes and features.
Y2 Consultants, LLC, a provider of environmental, survey, planning, and engineering services, recently bought Cheyenne-based consulting firm Western Research and Development, Ltd. The acquisition continues Y2’s expansion across the state and enhances the company’s ability to serve its clients.
Rhianna Brand is a proud native-born Cheyenne resident and received her Bachelor's of Science degree majoring in communication with a minor in marketing and sales.
The Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce with Tyrrell Auto Center presents “Keep Riding,” working to revitalize economic strength on Friday, July 17 from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. at The Outlaw Saloon, (312 S. Greeley Hwy.) in Cheyenne.
It’s not a happy occurrence, but the pandemic appears to have slowed activity in the city’s commercial real estate. Even so, there is an upside, for companies considering leasing space: declining lease rates.
CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — The state of Wyoming is siding with two major coal companies as U.S. regulators try to block their efforts to merge operations in the nation's top coal-producing region.
Wyoming small business owners’ demand for COVID-19 Business Relief Interruption funding has far exceeded initial expectations, but the Wyoming Business Council will be able to pay all eligible requests with the recent infusion of $50 million by Governor Mark Gordon.
Front Range Television, an owner and operator of mid-sized market TV stations, announced today that it is expanding newscasts throughout Wyoming.
HollyFrontier Corporation (NYSE: HFC) (“HollyFrontier”) today announced that its Board of Directors has approved a plan to convert the Cheyenne Refinery to renewable diesel production and to construct a pre-treatment unit (“PTU”) located at the Artesia Refinery. Including the previously anno…
Western Vista Credit Union, Black Hills Energy and the Downtown Development Authority (DDA) recently partnered to launch “Signs for Seniors,” a community-wide initiative to honor this year’s graduating class.
The Best Western Plus Frontier Inn of Cheyenne recently donated hygiene products, laundry items and snacks to the Cheyenne Regional Medical Center Foundation. In addition to donating much needed items to the Cheyenne Regional Medical Center Foundation (CRMC), the Best Western Plus Frontier …
It has been a tough time for barbers and hair stylists in Cheyenne. They have been out of work for close to a month and a half, due to the Coronavirus quarantine. That all changed last week, when the Governor relaxed the restrictions that kept their businesses closed.
Starting Monday, May 11, 2020, residents of Laramie County may be looking to the sky west of Cheyenne as the City of Cheyenne Board of Public Utilities (Board) conducts an airborne electromagnetic (AEM) survey. The Board contracted with a firm that will be flying a helicopter towing a large …
Some local restaurants are surviving the Covid-19 quarantine better than they expected. “It’s actually been pretty good under the circumstances,” said Jerry Inniss of Two Doors Down.
The Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce is announcing the Check On 2 campaign – a movement dedicated to showing support and spreading positivity to local businesses during the COVID-19 outbreak.
The Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Wyoming Business & Industry Federation, has unveiled a “battle plan” to help mitigate the economic effects of COVID-19 and strengthen businesses state-wide.
If you just lost your job in Wyoming because of the Coronavirus, you’re not alone. The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services is seeing large numbers of new claims for unemployment.
Governor Mark Gordon has directed the Wyoming Business Council to allocate funding to assist Wyoming distilleries and breweries in their efforts to help produce much-needed hand sanitizer.
Governor Mark Gordon announced that Wyoming small businesses are now eligible to apply for up to $2 million per company in federal economic disaster loans through the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). The announcement applies to businesses in all 23 counties.
Governor Mark Gordon has supported an additional statewide order issued by the State Health Officer prohibiting gatherings of 10 people or more in a single room or confined space. The order also offers several exemptions.
After seven years in business, Owner Chris Blakeman is closing his Cheyenne sewing and vacuum store and selling all the inventory, fixtures, and equipment. He is working with a liquidation company to conduct sales events for 10 weeks until everything is gone. “I have always loved inspiring p…
A popular group of local car dealerships is under new stewardship. In what is effectively a change of ownership, Halladay Auto Group is now led by Jim Casey, its new president and dealer principal. Former president and dealer principal Tim Joannides is now retired, and will serve as board ch…
Union Pacific today announced its intention to set science-based targets to determine how much and how quickly the company will reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to support global climate change goals. A commitment letter was submitted to the Science Based Targets Initiative (SBTi), whic…
Michelle Jones from Big Al's Towing & Recovery of Cheyenne received the American Towman Trust Award in Atlantic City on December 6, 2019 at the world's largest trade show for towing professionals, the American Towman Exposition. A towing company that receives the award was nominated by a…
Popular donut shop Dad’s Donuts, featuring The Boys Brew, has opened its second location in Cheyenne. The new location is at 501 E. Pershing Blvd, in the building that is anchored by Domino’s Pizza. The donut shop opened for business on Wednesday morning, March 4.
The sounds of construction fill the Lincoln Theatre in downtown Cheyenne right now. But in just a few months, it will be the sounds of music played before very large crowds.
Great Lakes Airlines may be defunct, but its aircraft roar into life about once a month. The Great Lakes fleet is parked at the Cheyenne airport.
ChangeX is offering a $50,000 grant to the people of Cheyenne. ChangeX is an international organization based in Dublin, Ireland. It’s working with individual community groups to improve things on a local level.
Owners of historical, commercial buildings located in traditional downtown districts are invited to submit a pre-application to determine eligibility for the Historic Architecture Assistance Fund (HAAF) by Feb. 1. The final application is due March 15.
Brian Tyrrell, above left, presents Tonia Teers with the 2019 William A. Tyrrell Manager of the Year Award. Brian Tyrrell said, “Tonia is an integral part of our day-to-day operations. We thank her for all her hard work and dedication.” Dallas Tyrrell said, “the award recognizes Tonia’s hard…
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck continues to expand its Government Relations team with the addition of Neal Tomlinson,shareholder; Kristina Kleist,policy advisor and associate; and Denise Freeman,senior policy assistant. This team will work primarily out of the firm’s Las Vegas and Carson Ci…
The Plains Hotel has added a new member of the leadership team. Hotel owner Astrid and the staff have welcomed Susie Attan-Downer of Cheyenne to their team as Assistant General Manager. “Attan-Downer has 19 years of hospitality and marketing experience and will be a huge addition to our 2020…