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Wishing to be the boss? You’ll love the flexibility and daily cash in this business!

(Lander, Wyo.) – You’ll love the lifestyle, flexibility and daily pocket cash in this drive-through coffee and pastry business. Wind River Coffee’s turn-key business can be yours for $49,000!new deck

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High visibility location operating under a lease. Be your own boss, set your own hours, endless opportunity for business growth.

2020 Hillcrest Dr. Lander, WY

Home for RENT in Lander!

(Lander, Wyo) - Assets, LLC will have this gorgeous home available for rent by November 1st on 2020 Hillcrest.
Property details: 4 bedroom 3 1/2 baths 3 car garage, huge lot, pond with pier/dock, covered front porch with porch swing. This is a really nice property.
Rents for $1950/mo., deposit is $1900.
The property will be available November 1 or possibly earlier.
Contact Dale at 307-349-0166 (text is best)
Assets, LLC. also has a two bedroom, one bath, one car garage house on Welch Blvd. that will be available soon for rent.
Rent and deposit are $850 each.
Contact Dale at 307-349-0166 (text is best)
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A little cash burning a hole in your pocket? We know what to do with it!

(Riverton, Wyo.) – As an investor, you may find that the elements of your portfolio that seem to draw most of your attention are stocks and bonds. After all, these investment vehicles, and others derived from them, provide you with potential growth and income opportunities — which is why you invest in the first place. Yet, you also may find significant value in a more humble financial asset: cash. In fact, you might be surprised at the various ways in which the cash, and cash equivalents, in your portfolio can help you complete your financial picture.

Robert Ziegler's trail cam caught this image of a bull moose with debris entangled in its antlers. Residents are reminded to be wary of moose who may wander into residential areas during the fall rut.

WGFD: It’s the fall rut; Be wary of moose that enter residential areas

(Jackson, Wyo.)  – Wyoming Game and Fish officials are asking residents to be mindful of moose that may be traveling through residential areas this time of year. The Jackson Game and Fish office has received a number of calls from concerned citizens about moose near developed areas, especially in and around Jackson and Wilson.

Working on a glacier during the study. (Courtesy Jackie Klancher)

CWC Assistant Professor Jaquelyn Klancher to speak at Saturday U in Jackson

(Jackson, Wyo.) – Saturday University, a semi-annual Jackson event from the Wyoming Humanities Council and the University of Wyoming that is free and open to the public, will feature three lectures on ecology and conservation, climate change, and interpretations of nature on Saturday, October 11, from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. The presentations will occur at the National Museum of Wildlife Art, 2820 Rungius Rd. Jackson, WY.

Paula McCormick speaking with Steve Kennerk at a previous LEADER meeting.

LEADER to hear about lodging tax renewal on Wednesday

(Lander, Wyo.) – The October LEADER meeting will be held on Wednesday, October 8, 2014 at 7 a.m. in the back room of the Oxbow Restaurant. The program will be two-fold: Shawn Reese, CEO of the Wyoming Business Council will be in attendance to discuss his plans for the Business Council, its role in Economic Development in Wyoming and how the organization relates to local Economic Development organizations. Shawn will be preceded by Paula McCormick, WEDA and McCormick Marketing who will give a short presentation on the up-coming renewal of the Lodging Tax.

Madi Fossey, 8, received a lesson on a foot activated spinning wheel from Cinde Pfisterer. Spinning fiber into yarn requires coordination to keep the wheel from reversing direction and fouling the spool. (Photo by Ernie Over)

Fiber Fest drew spinners, knitters, crocheters, twiners, needle-felters and more to Fairgrounds Saturday

(Riverton, Wyo.) – There was lots of spinning going on at Heritage Hall on the Fremont County Fairgrounds Saturday. Spinning yarn and spinning tales were just two of the activities underway. There was also knitting, cinch making, twining, crocheting, needle felting and several vendors were on hand with all kinds of supplies, yarn and wool.