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Array and Stitches Acute Care Center Announce New Telemedicine Application for Wyoming and Colorado

The Array School of Technology and Design and Stitches Acute Care Center have launched a new telemedicine application that will allow patients in Wyoming and Colorado an easy way to access telemedicine. This application can be found in the Apple or Android App store under Stitches Acute Care Center. Once a telemedicine visit is initiated, the patient is connected…

Local Businesses Find Creative Ways to Serve Customers During COVID-19

By Laramie Mainstreet Alliance As Wyoming responds with precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19, many local businesses are fearful of the negative economic impact that comes with social distancing. While we are all in this together and recognize that public health is a top priority for all, small businesses in our communities rely heavily…

87% of U.S. Workers Agree Education Revolution is Needed to Prepare Students for Workforce

Calls for New Approach to Education Lifelong Learning Crucial to Success OKLAHOMA CITY, March 11, 2020 – With new jobs and industries emerging and constantly evolving in tandem with technology, nearly 9 in 10 employees (87%) say a whole new approach to education, skills training and learning, or an Education Revolution, is needed to better…

UNUSUAL PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE INTERVIEWED

Advocates for the Average Person By Laura Baker, CyberWyoming LARAMIE  –  Jordan “Cancer” Scott isn’t the typical presidential candidate.  He isn’t campaigning.  He isn’t collecting funds.  You don’t hear about him in the news, until now. Scott is a veteran, a computer engineer, and a cybersecurity professional in Colorado Springs, CO.  He is an average…

Spring Book Sale at the Albany County Public Library

The Friends of the Albany County Public Library will hold the annual Spring Sale Wednesday, February 26  – Sunday, March 1, 2020. The Friends of the Library sale is well-organized with items arranged on shelves as in a regular bookstore or library, with a map available to help navigate by genre.  The sale includes books,…

84% Believe Age a Factor in Hiring

Is Age Really Just a Number? “I Did Not Have Enough Whiskers.” OKLAHOMA CITY, Feb. 12, 2020 – Despite five generations currently in the U.S. workforce, the competition for top talent is fierce. And while it’s a job seekers’ market with low unemployment, a majority of workers in a recent poll reported age has been…

Between Blue and White Collar: The Grey Collar Workforce

Who They are, What They Do and Why it Matters to the American Economy ________________  As automation creeps into facets of our everyday lives from grocery delivery to one-day shipping for online shopping, workers are facing a new decade alongside technology designed to make businesses more efficient than ever before. While some jobs will become…

Industries take the lead in future workforce development priorities

CHEYENNE, Wyo. –  With 12 partnerships launched in nine regions, Wyoming has had a faster ramp-up of Next Generation Sector Partnerships than any other state. The Wyoming Workforce Development Council adopted this business-centered approach, called Next Gen, in May 2018 as a way to help growing industries struggling to meet workforce demand and other needs. This…

Volunteer Open House at Sugar Mouse

Are you passionate about our downtown district, supporting local businesses and cultivating place with promotions, events and fundraising? Laramie Main Street wants you! We are holding an Open House event to get to know you, chat about volunteering opportunities and recruit for the ORG Committee! The Organization Committee serves as Main Street’s Human Resources arm,…