The latest Covid-19 guidance from the state of Wyoming say that the restrictions on masking have been lifted. Masks may be required at the discretion of the business owners. As always, be mindful of the people around you, and stay home if you feel sick.

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June updates from LCBA

As we roll into June, we see the Laramie community continue to pull together to keep our economy engaged through these unprecedented times. The Laramie Chamber Business Alliance has been working tirelessly on behalf of the business community, providing unwavering advocacy and support through this pandemic. May has showered our business community with encouragement, starting…

Business Lessons from COVID-19: The Good, the Bad, and the Unknown

Flexibility Key to Success Be Transparent with Employees Despite Uncertainties By Bill Stoller Full-time remote work for employees was out of the question for most companies a few short months ago, but after weathering a pandemic that changed how we work almost overnight, business owners say there are several lessons to take away from this…

Women-owned businesses get specialized help during COVID-19

Wyoming Women’s Business Center launches the COVID-19 Support Program after SBA awards grant dollars allocated from the federal CARES Act. Laramie, WY (May 28, 2020) Wyoming Women’s Business Center (WWBC) is announcing the launch of its COVID-19 Support Program. It aims to help women-owned small businesses build or enhance their online presence, launch crowdfunding campaigns,…

statewide orders

Public health orders remain unchanged as COVID-19 case numbers increase

CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Wyoming’s current public health orders will be extended through July 15 as the number of cases of COVID-19 in the state continues to steadily increase, Governor Mark Gordon announced today. Twenty-five percent of Wyoming’s total number of lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been identified in the past two weeks, with 288 new…

Indoor gathering limits increased, parades permitted under updated health orders

CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Updated public health orders that take effect June 15 will continue to ease restrictions on public gatherings in Wyoming, Governor Mark Gordon announced today. The updated orders allow indoor gatherings of up to 250 people with restrictions, permit parades to occur (with appropriate social distancing), and allow K-12 schools, community colleges, the University,…

Statewide order pertaining to public gatherings

Governor Mark Gordon announced April 28, 2020 that the public health order forbidding gatherings of ten (10) or more people will be extended through May 15, 2020.