The city and What's Up Wyoming wants to help you re-discover the pleasure of doing business here in Wyoming with local business owners who put their heart and soul into their endeavors
Thanks to the consideration of local business owner Dina Jacquemin of Sew Many Things, Wyoming's Public Works Crew have personal protective equipment in the form of fabric face masks to keep them safe.
On May 15, retail shops and restaurants will turn the lights on once again and greet customers!
We may be a ways off from curing the actual virus, but Cowboy Cones can offer some hope in the form of ice cold creamy deliciousness
Even with all the disruption to normal operating routines, Gabby’s has not been distracted from the big picture and its core values in trying to contribute to sustainable, earth-friendly business practices.
Small Business Saturday is an annual tradition throughout the country, but in Wyoming we are fortunate to have a range of local small businesses that make shopping small easy, fun, and an excellent way to support the businesses that help make our city so special.
A public hearing Monday, Nov. 18 at 7:30 p.m. in Council Chambers at 800 Oak Avenue will consider a proposed Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area
This isn’t the first time Tom and Laura Westendorf have seen their business change. When LaRosa’s in Wyoming reopens Monday, the newly-renovated dining room is only the latest improvement to a family business that has been operating in the same location since 1922. “My grandfather, Joe Westendorf, Sr., built the grocery store on the corner here,” says Tom, gesturing out...