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Nationwide Women’s STRIKE (Wear Red) Expected on Monday – June 24 – SPREAD THE WORD!!!!!

The organizers are calling for supporters to wear red, stay home from work and school, and not spend any money unless it’s at a women-owned business. The movement is calling for equal rights, reproductive freedom and the end of gender-based violence.

USDA Wyoming Job Openings: Commercial Loan Specialist & Loan Assistant

Join the USDA Rural Development crew in Wyoming and apply for our current job openings for a Commercial Loan Specialist and a Loan Assistant! Five vacancies will be filled under these positions.

Landslide exposes Jackson Hole’s frailties, community strengths

The closure of a single road highlights the vulnerability of the foundation that supports a mountain community’s robust tourism and lifestyle economy.

Crippled Jackson Hole, Wyoming commute cultivates community

Residents rally to help each other following the unexpected closure of Teton Pass.

Microsoft’s Gates breaks ground on novel nuclear power plant in Wyoming

The pilot Natrium nuclear power plant in Kemmerer will be the first of what TerraPower officials hope will be a worldwide fleet of new nuclear energy facilities.

‘Jackson Hole is open’ to visitors as plan to address highway landslide takes shape, officials say

As three communities wrestle with destroyed mountain highway, leaders say residents primarily impacted; access is open to Yellowstone, Grand Teton parks.

As families struggle, lawmakers review Wyoming’s child care crunch

Since Dubois’ only daycare for kids 0-5 closed this spring, families have scrambled to find care. The situation comes as lawmakers tackle child care access and early childhood education, and is emblematic of shortages straining communities around the state. 

Does your community have “Sit here if you’d like to have a conversation” benches?

One of the worst epidemics in our society is loneliness.   These benches are a very simple early stage way to address this and help people feel like they’re not alone. 

University of Wyoming to close DEI office, reassign staff in response to legislative mandate

Following President Seidel’s recommendations, the Board of Trustees voted unanimously Friday to close the office and reassign positions elsewhere.

Economic diversification is key to Wyoming’s future

We cannot let our reverence for our past economic drivers keep us from looking for, and embracing, what’s next.