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Crowdfunding — seeking money from many people before a product goes to market — began as an upstart way for people to launch products and circumvent investors. But it has emerged as an integral part of some businesses’ operations.

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Mursell’s is open in new form

If you’ve been longing for an Abba-Zaba since the 1960s you can finally satisfy the urge. And without time travel.

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Keegan moves up

Luette Keegan has been promoted to vice president, operations, at The Willow Street Group. She has worked there since 2011. In her new role she is primarily responsible for human resources, financial management and assisting with the strategic development of the firm and its client service efforts, a press release said. Keegan and her husband, Mike, moved to Jackson in 1996 and established WatchGuard Security. They sold the business in 2009. The Willow Street Group LLC, based in Jackson, offers private family trust company administration and family office services. Its affiliate, Willow Street Trust Company of Wyoming LLC, is a state-chartered trust company.

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TAXABLE SALES REPORTED TO WYOMING’S Department of Revenue and Taxation in June totaled $89.6 million, 10 percent higher than the amount reported in June 2017. A one- to two-month lag separates actual sales and when taxes are reported by the state, so June’s number generally reflects sales in…

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Lindsay Emerson’s business brings together tourists laid low by the thin air of high altitudes, extreme athletes and people who are just trying to recover from a bender.

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Veronica Schreibeis Smith’s room in Germany looked over a valley. The fall colors were in full force. But she was uncomfortable. The room was too cold, too harsh. She moved out to a small old house on a cobblestone street, and she felt better.

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THE MAY ENPLANEMENT count at Jackson Hole Airport totaled 12,551, a 14 percent decrease from May 2017. During the fiscal year ending in May, 364,970 people enplaned a commercial flight at Jackson Hole Airport, 3 percent more than the number who enplaned during the previous 12 months. Between…

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Stacie Tunison emerged from her tent in the Wind River Mountains in the summer of 2015 and reached for her hat. She paused. She didn’t want to mess with her dirty hair and braid it so it would tuck under her hat. All she wanted was to throw it up in a messy bun.

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The people behind some of Jackson Hole’s newest small businesses put their creativity on display last week during the Entrepreneurs Showcase Celebration at the Center for the Arts.

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A new shop called Belle Cose At Home will open Friday in the former Willow Creek Home Furnishings store at 115 E. Broadway, just around the corner from Town Square.

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TAXABLE SALES REPORTED TO WYOMING’s Department of Revenue and Taxation in May totaled $73.6 million, 3 percent higher than the amount reported in May 2017. A one- to two-month lag separates actual sales and when taxes are reported by the state, so May’s number generally reflects sales in Mar…

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Downtown boutique Habits and Lisa Walker Handmade have launched a summer collection of their upcycled clothing line, Revival Jackson Hole. Walker and Habits owner Arcy Hawks debuted Revival in December.

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Silicon Couloir and Central Wyoming College will celebrate five years of the Start Up Intensive, as well as the entrepreneurs who have graduated from the program, with a showcase June 6 in the Center for the Arts lobby.

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More information is needed to know whether Jackson Hole Airport’s plan to buy out its general aviation company for $26 million rather than waiting five years and getting it for free is a wise financial move, transactional business experts say.

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THE APRIL ENPLANEMENT COUNT AT Jackson Hole Airport totaled 13,122, a 36 percent increase over enplanements in April 2017. During the fiscal year ending in April, 366,948 people boarded a commercial flight at the airport, 4 percent more than the number who enplaned during the previous 12 mon…

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TAXABLE SALES REPORTED TO WYOMING’S Department of Revenue and Taxation in April totaled $101.4 million, 4 percent lower than the amount reported in April 2017. A one- to two-month lag separates actual sales and when taxes are reported by the state, so April’s number generally reflects sales …