(Riverton, Wyo.) – After 40 years in the banking industry, Kent Shurtleff of Riverton will step down as Wyoming Community Bank President and hand the reins to Scott Estep of Lander.
(Lander, Wyo.) – Have you seen the boots featured in local businesses decorated by local artists? They’re about to be auctioned off.
(Lander & Riverton, Wyo.) – Here’s what’s playing around Riverton and Lander (for more movie details and times, visit Barry Cinemas):
(Riverton, Wyo.) – Convenient location with 5 irrigated acres perfect for your livestock and pets located at 58 Zuber Rd. in Riverton.
(Riverton, Wyo.) – Wyoming Community Bank and Help for Health combined forces for the second year to present the fourth annual “Barn Bash for Hospice” Saturday night, October 18th at the Fremont Center. The fundraiser is a natural partnership as both the Bank and the Hospice are locally owned and locally grown! The evening was tons of fun and was proclaimed a “world-class event” by many in attendance.
It goes without saying that when playing the lottery, the more tickets you have, the better your chances of winning. But instead of buying several tickets for themselves, a lot of lottery players pool their resources and spread the cost (and any winnings) around.
(Riverton & Lander, Wyo.) – All investors probably wish they had gotten in on the “ground floor” of Apple or Microsoft or any other big success story. And, in fact, you can indeed “be there from the beginning” by taking part in a company’s initial public offering (IPO). However, the ground floor of many IPOs may be shakier than you’d think — and might not provide you with the solid footing you need to invest wisely.