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Wyoming Visitor Growth Attributed to State and Local Efforts

The State of Wyoming saw an increase in visitors by nearly five-percent for 2013.

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Sheridan Inn to get Another Breath of Life

A man with Sheridan roots is planning to purchase the historic Sheridan Inn and reopen it.

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Yellowstone Park Sees Visitor Number Drop in July

Yellowstone National Park saw a drop in visitor numbers in July but an increase in vehicle traffic.

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More Than One Million Have Visited Yellowstone

The number of people visiting Yellowstone National Park so far this year has topped 1 million.

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Natrona County Generates Over $300 Million in Direct Tourism Spending in 2012

2012 was a banner year for tourism in Natrona County.

According to a report released by the Wyoming Division of Tourism, visitors directly spent a record $304 million in Natrona County in 2012. That figure eclipsed the county’s 2011 mark of $280 million and the previous record mark of $287 million set in 2008

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Chamber Seeks Donations to Plow, Open Y’stone Gate

The chamber of commerce in Cody has begun seeking donations to hire state snow plows to clear the road through the East Entrance to Yellowstone National Park.

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Some In Jackson Upset About Proposed Tourism Cut

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Some business owners and tourism officials in Jackson are worried about a proposal to cut more than $1 million from the state's tourism budget.

Business owner Stephen Price the Associated Press that the governor's proposed cut could affect the number of people visiting Jackson Hole and, ultimately, how many people are employed in tourism-related businesses

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National Travel And Tourism Week Proclaimed By Governor Mead

Governor Matt Mead will sign a proclamation Thursday, May 3rd designating May 5-13, 2012 as National Travel & Tourism Week in Wyoming.  The signing, along with a travel rally will take place at 2:30 p.m.

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Loss of Ghosts Should Have Little Impact On Casper-Natrona County Summer Tourism

Casper has lost its minor league baseball team, but has it lost more then that?

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Casper Tourism Numbers Slowly Bouncing Back

As the economy slowly turns around, tourism in the state is picking up making folks at the Casper Area Convention and Visitor's Bureau cautiously optimistic.

CEO, Aaron McCreight, says they saw hotel tax revenue pickup by 6 percent last year and they're projecting a 4

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