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Enzi encourages Wyomingites to preserve the stories of veterans

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., is inviting people to collect the experiences and stories of Wyoming veterans as part of the Veterans History Project, an initiative that aims to preserve the recollections of American veterans. “Our debt to our country’s veterans is never more clear to me than when I listen to…

Pilot Hill Project Update: April 29, 2019

Pilot Hill Project Financing Pursuit of a state land swap continues as the most viable option to facilitate public acquisition of the 5,500-acre Pilot Hill Project (PHP). The Office of State Lands staff and completed 23 appraisals and continue to determine which properties best meet the project goals and engaging in discussions with interested purchasers.…

April 2019 Member of the Month: Laramie Rivers Conservation District

This month the Laramie Rivers Conservation District was awarded the Laramie Chamber Business Alliance’s “Member of the Month”.We sat down with the director, Tony Hoch amidst his busy schedule of organizing the Laramie Conservation Expo, protecting Albany county’s water sources, and providing community gardening programs to help K-12 kids (and adults) learn about the importance…

Business Council Offers Energy Efficiency Grants

The Wyoming Business Council’s State Energy Office will have competitive federal grant funds available for Wyoming local governments, public schools and small businesses seeking to improve their buildings while reducing utility costs. The money will be split between four programs. Local Government Energy Improvement Comprehensive Retrofit Grant Available to towns, cities and counties for improvements…

April 19th: Weekly LCBA Update from CEO Brad Enzi

As part of engaging in our community and community businesses, we have spent the week making member visits and trying to understand where we can bring you value as a member of our organization. Part of this effort included reviewing the results of the member survey that was recently conducted. Thanks to all that participated,…

An easier way for small businesses to join together to provide health insurance for employees

Senator Enzi’s April Chamber of Commerce Submission By U.S. Senator Mike Enzi Small businesses are a key part of our country’s economy. Small business owners need health insurance for themselves and they want to offer it to their employees. As a former small business owner, I understand what a struggle it can be to obtain…

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The Laramie Railroad Depot Launches Completely Revamped Website That Features New Train Webcams, History, and More

Laramie, Wyoming – The Laramie Railroad Depot, a national historic place and hub for the community, just announced the launch of its newly designed website at www.laramiedepot.org. The completely revamped website features two new live webcam feeds of the rails, a full history of the Depot and heritage park, public online railroad archives, an easier…

LCBA Welcomes New Marketing & Membership Director, Melissa Ross

This week the LCBA welcomed Melissa Ross as the new Marketing and Membership Director. Melissa is a Wyoming native, who grew up in Campbell County and received her Bachelor of Arts in Art from the University of Wyoming. Over the last 11 years, Melissa has spent most of her career in marketing with both start-up…