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NEW YORK — Potentially encouraging news on trade and interest rates put Wall Street in a buying mood Tuesday, driving the market to solid gains and sending the Dow Jones Industrial Average 350 points higher.
NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks fell Tuesday for the first time in six days after the recent upward momentum gave way to lingering concerns about the U.S. trade war with China.
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Two companies are proposing a $1.6 billion pipeline to move North Dakota crude oil, making it the biggest such project in the state since the Dakota Access pipeline that sparked violent clashes between protesters and law enforcement in 2016 and 2017.
NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks shook off an early slump and marched higher in afternoon trading Wednesday, led by solid gains in Microsoft, Facebook and Google.
NEW YORK — The Dow Jones Industrial Average tumbled more than 500 points Tuesday amid a broad sell-off on Wall Street as the U.S. and China inched closer to a potential escalation in their costly trade war.
NEW YORK (AP) — The S&P 500 index was on track for an all-time high Tuesday as big U.S. companies began turning in solid results for the first quarter, despite predictions for the worst quarter of earnings growth in years.
ROCK SPRINGS — For the third-consecutive year, Edward Jones financial advisor Ryan Scott of Rock Springs has been named to Barron’s magazine’s annual list of “America’s Top 1,200 Financial Advisors, State by State.”
ROCK SPRINGS — Rock Springs Hide & Fur & Steel has a distinction held by only a few businesses in Sweetwater County — it is one of the oldest family-owned businesses.
ROCK SPRINGS — All Star Real Estate turns 10 years old this summer. Owners Kim and Colt Stratton opened their brokerage with a mission to build a company that provided the highest level of customer service and experience to their clients by working as a team with all their staff. They feel t…
SWEETWATER COUNTY — Energy and industries continue to play key roles in Sweetwater County. From a new company coming in to service a variety of businesses to mainstays who continue to produce for the community, the area saw a busy 2018.
ROCK SPRINGS — J.R. Simplot had the inherent ability to see possibilities nobody else could see, and the resolve to act on them — helping him turn a one-man farming operation that began in Declo, Idaho, into a global food and agribusiness enterprise.
ROCK SPRINGS — Fiber optic internet technology offers lightning fast speeds and once unthinkable data carrying capacity throughout much of the United States. But because of the great distances between towns, and prohibitive construction costs, rural Wyoming has largely missed out on the experience.
ROCK SPRINGS — Sweetwater Technology Services of Rock Springs has joined the Made Safe In Wyoming program as a founding member to help build a cybersecurity community in Wyoming, one business or organization at a time.
CHEYENNE — Reporters, editors, sales representatives, designers, publishers, photographers, and other storytellers gathered last week for the 120th annual Wyoming Press Association Convention in Cheyenne. They met to sharpen skills, network and highlight the best examples of journalism in th…
KAMAS, Utah – The National Cable Television Cooperative, which represents more than 750 small and mid-size U.S. independent cable operators, welcomed four new members to the Board of Directors including All West Communications President Matt Weller.
ROCK SPRINGS — Harbor Freight is not coming to Rock Springs for the foreseeable future, but three other businesses are inquiring about the space where Hastings Entertainment was once located.
ROCK SPRINGS — Regency of Wyoming Mobile Home Park residents said that a nearby asphalt plant owner needs to eliminate an odor that’s impacting their community, while others said the issue is being addressed.
GREEN RIVER — Amanda Cavaz, public relations for the city of Green River will provide a state of the city report during the next Green River Chamber of Commerce Lunch and Learn.
ROCK SPRINGS — There is no timeline on when a dining deck will be available for Bitter Creek Brewing customers. Engineers are redrawing the proposed deck for the business.
GREEN RIVER -- The Green River Chamber of Commerce's monthly Lunch and Learn will feature Donna Little-Kaumo, superintendent at Sweetwater County School District No. 2.
ROCK SPRINGS — Another business will be filling space along Dewar Drive. Planet Fitness is projected to open its Rock Springs location in November and it will employ 20 to 25 team members, Planet Fitness Franchisee Dave Leon said in an email.
GREEN RIVER — The Green River Chamber of Commerce will conduct a grand opening and ribbon-cutting for Feller and Feller Orthodontics’ Green River office.
ROCK SPRINGS — The Best Western Outlaw Inn has been a Rock Springs staple for almost 60 years, and the hotel, which once featured live bands and entertainment, recently went through another change.
PORTLAND, OREGON - PacifiCorp is proceeding with plans to significantly expand its wind energy production after receiving the final two state approvals needed to move forward with its Energy Vision 2020 initiative.
ROCK SPRINGS — The city of Rock Springs says Bitter Creek Brewing needs to satisfy fire and building codes for its proposed patio while the owner seeks answers on how to meet the city’s requirements.
NEW YORK (AP) — More and more retirement savers have their entire 401(k) account in just a single mutual fund, and investment advisers are fine with it.
CHEYENNE — The Wyoming Business Council’s State Energy Office has $325,000 in competitive federal grants available for Wyoming local governments and small businesses seeking to cut their electric bills.
CHEYENNE — Adams Publishing Group welcomed Rory Palm this week to the newly created position of regional president of APG Media of the Rockies.
LARAMIE — Brittany Lynn Tarufelli, a native of Rock Springs and a 2001 graduate of Rock Springs High School, is the University of Wyoming College of Business’ Faculty Member of the Week for April 23-29.
GREEN RIVER — The Green River Chamber of Commerce will host a ribbon-cutting at Town Bar and Grill at 5:30 p.m. on April 20 at their location 95 East Railroad Ave., Green River.