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Microsoft To Build Data Center Near Cheyenne [AUDIO]

Microsoft has agreed to invest up to $112 million dollars to build a new data center near Cheyenne. The project may break ground by early summer.

Governor Matt Mead made the announcement today. Here's an excerpt from what he had to say

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307 First Kicks Off Buy Wyoming Initiative In Casper

A group dubbing itself  '307 First' kicked off a campaign in Casper Thursday that looks to spread the message,"Buy Wyoming, Hire Wyoming".

307 First board member, Charles Cloud, says its about changing the way people think when they spend their money

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New Movement To Promote Buying Wyoming Goods

A statewide movement is under way to encourage Cowboy State residents to buy products and services in Wyoming rather than going out of state.

The movement is called ``Think Wyoming First.''

Bob Moberly, of Wyoming Financial Insurance, tells the Powell Tribune that there is no better economic development than people spending money with local businesses

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Casper Area Convention and Visitors Bureau
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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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Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead
Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead
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Governor Matt Mead Sits Down With Brian Scott [AUDIO]

In their monthly conversation , Governor Matt Mead and Brian Scott discuss flooding across Wyoming, the new NCAR computer, the Business Incubator in Casper, the Wyoming economy and more.

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Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
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‘Economic Indicators’ Breakfast Tour In Casper

A national economist sized up economic growth across the country to an audience in Casper Thursday. Ken Goldstein, from the Conference Board in New York was keynote speaker at the "Outlook 2011; Wyoming Economic Indicators" breakfast. He talked of slow but steady growth.

The event, hosted by the Wyoming Business Alliance since 1996, is meant to keep business, industry and government in Wyoming in touch with trends and conditions across the country but also the state.

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Wyoming Cashes In On Oil And Gas

Wyoming is singled out in a new report on oil, gas and coal development and how those projects affect state economics. Of five Rocky Mountain energy-producing states, Wyoming sees the highest percentage of monetary benefit because of the level of production and state severance taxes

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