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6 Actions to Take in the Next 90 Days to Save Your Business

By Brian Hamilton 1. Vigorously control what you can. Vigorously ignore what you can’t control. Unfortunately, I think this may be the most important point, but note that there are two conditions in this statement. More than ever, you’ll need to go to war on the things within your control. You cannot control the economy, but you can…

Answers for small businesses on the CARES Act

By U.S. Senator Mike Enzi  The president recently signed into law the latest relief package from Congress, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act – but what does this mean for your business? When I was helping to finalize this legislation, it was a priority of mine that businesses would be able to…

Four Quick Tips for Leading Remotely Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

By Pat Ashworth Although work from home arrangements have been a steadily growing trend among businesses for several years, the majority still maintain fairly traditional office work environments. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has flipped the script and forced many companies to quickly adapt to address shelter-in-place and quarantine guidelines and regulations. And for many, it…

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.