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How a Local Restaurant Association Is Making Taco Tuesday for Everyone

Associations Now

The Wyoming fast-food chain Taco John’s trademarked it three decades ago and has fought hard to protect it, even though the term has become increasingly common over the years. For a generally popular phrase, “Taco Tuesday” has stirred up a surprising amount of controversy. The question: Who, if anyone, owns the phrase?

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Conference Circuit: Hey Dude

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The Dude Ranchers’ Association 2016 Convention rode into Cody, Wyoming, earlier this week. Dude ranchers from the Western United States and Canada are currently in Wyoming to exchange ideas about how to continue exceeding the highest hospitality standards within the industry and how to promote the Western ranch vacation.

Wyoming 40
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Defamation Claims by Directors and Officers Against Members – What you Need to Know

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In support of its holding affirming the trial court, the Court of Appeals cited several other cases from California, Minnesota, New Jersey, and Wyoming that have determined that board members in a large homeowners’ association can be treated as limited purpose public figures.

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Neurologist Shortages Widespread in U.S., Alzheimer’s Association Warns

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The gaps were most significant in Wyoming, North Dakota, South Carolina, South Dakota, and Oklahoma. On Sunday at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference in London, researchers with the startup Neurocern, Inc.,

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What You Should Know About IRS Phishing Schemes

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Already this year, one Wyoming hospital suffered an identity theft incident affecting 1,400 employees. Hospitals, schools, and other facilities have been targeted. The scheme involves the scammer pretending to be a company executive, asking for employees’ information and W-2 forms.

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Bring the Great Outdoors Into Your Meetings

Associations Now

Then there’s the Wilderness Education Association , which will have 30- to 45-minute “field-based sessions” at its October conference in Wyoming—something that seems almost required of a group like WEA. I’ve also heard of groups that host “walking sessions,” in which attendees go outside and get some steps in while learning.

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Associations Offer Help to Sheriffs Handling North Dakota Protest

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“When we get a call from Sheriff Kirchmeier, we will be ready to respond and assist where we are able,” said Glick, the sheriff of Laramie County, Wyoming, in a press conference covered by Prairie Public News.