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Firearms manufacturers are not able to sell their guns and ammo on the state’s Shop Wyoming website — and a Cody lawmaker wants the attorney general to take action against what she sees as illegal discrimination.

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Pehringer, a 17-year-old business owner of Mitten’s Moisturizer — a body lotion company sourced from goat's milk — started her business six years ago when she purchased a goat-tying goat, Mitten’s, for rodeo that overproduced milk. Now, she hopes to build that business into a one that includes statewide distribution with a chance at seed money for marketing through IMPACT 307’s Sheridan Start-Up Challenge.

First Interstate BancSystem, Inc., parent company of First Interstate Bank, and Great Western Bancorp, Inc., parent company of Great Western Bank, announced Thursday they have entered into a definitive agreement under which the companies will combine in an all‐stock transaction.

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You don’t always need a fancy college degree to earn success in business. Jeff Garrelts is the perfect example.

“I just kind of worked my way up,” said the 37-year-old Garrelts, principal and co-owner of Craftco.

Garrelts moved to Sheridan about 13 years ago. Twelve days after that he met his wife, Jessica. Besides his work at Craftco, they also own Cottonwood Kitchen + Home, a business they bought from previous owners in 2011.