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Vacancy Rate For U.S. Apartments Reaches Highest Rate In 20 Years
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The Most Expensive Apartment in Wyoming

Typically, when you think of contemporary urban living, you picture a loft in Denver's LoDo district or a historic upstairs unit in old town Fort Collins. However, there is one apartment in Wyoming that can give those rentals a run for the money

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Justin Sullivan, Getty Images
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New Study Shows How Much Money You’ll Need to Make to Live in Wyoming

According to a new report published by Out of Reach, the average full time worker in the state of Wyoming will need to make $14.98 an hour in order to afford a two bedroom apartment.

The study is part of an annual

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Sean Gallup, Getty Images
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Cheyenne Ranks Among The Top 50 Cities For Teachers

According to a new nationwide study, Cheyenne is one of the best cities in the country for teachers. The Best Places to Be a Teacher in the U.S., published this week by the consumer website Good Call, ranks Cheyenne as the 47th bes

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Coop, Townsquare Media
Coop, Townsquare Media
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Gas Prices Surge For Memorial Day Weekend

AAA says the national average price for regular unleaded gasoline has increased 32 of the past 34 days, reaching today’s national average price of $2.71 per gallon.

Crude prices are rising and the oncoming summer driving season are driving the

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Justin Sullivan, Getty Images
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The Five Most Expensive Single Family Homes For Sale In Cheyenne

The local real estate market is booming, which is good news for Cheyenne home owners. However, if you're looking to buy a single family home in the area, the shortage of available inventory is driving prices up

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George Marks, Retrofile, Getty Images
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New Study Shows That Poor Children Can Rise Out of Poverty in Laramie County

These days, you hear a lot about income inequality and the growing divide between the rich and the poor. According to a recent study published in the New York Times, children who grow up poor here in Laramie County have a better chance of rising out of poverty than they

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Justin Sullivan, Getty Images
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Paying More At The Pump

Gas prices are up 31% from their low in January. Prices may seem low because they’re about a dollar a gallon cheaper than a year ago, but prices are going back up because oil is going up and we’re coming into the summer driving season

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Daniel Berehulak, Getty Images
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WYO Ranks Among The Worst States For Working Moms In New Study

Happy Mother's Day to all of the hardworking moms in Wyoming. You have the toughest, and most important, job and many of you do it while balancing another full time job. Unfortunately, a new study suggests that professional opportunities for working mothers in Wyoming fall far below the national average

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Farmers Market In Cheyenne Today

You get farm fresh produce and products that support the local and regional economy and families of Wyoming, western Nebraska and northern Colorado when you shop at Cheyenne Winter Farmers Market today, May 2nd

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Doug Randall, Townsquare Media
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See What $7.3M Worth Of Work Has Done

The 70s called, and wanted its look back. The former Municipal Pool in Cheyenne has undergone renovations and is now The Cheyenne Aquatic Center at 931 Martin Esquibel Drive. The vast majority of work is over, and as of 11:30 Friday, May 1, 2015, the grand opening is on

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David Hecker, Getty Images
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Wyoming Gas Prices Up Again, But…

Seems like every time you pull up to the pump, gas is more expensive. In the past week, its up another 4.7 cents, according to www.gasbuddy.com. It’s the proverbial good news bad news for The Cowboy State.

Wyoming’s economy has been hit b

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Justin Sullivan, Getty Images
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The Good, Bad & Ugly Of Wyo Gas

While the high number of jobs in the balance depend on a high enough price to encourage production in Wyoming, others hope for lower prices. Gasoline costs can quickly cut into a family budget in direct driving themselves and the added costs tacked on to goods trucked in to stores and service centers

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