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Even with boom, young people still leaving Wyoming

"The economy is going to drive the population," Gallagher said, "especially in a smaller state."

‘In love with the place’

After living in France for 30 years, artist Susan Tatlinger recently returned to the United States and Wyoming.

Shortage of workers also hits Cheyenne, Wyoming

"We’re in a workforce shortage in Wyoming because we think our economy’s booming, and it is booming."

‘The kids like to be here’ Greybull Elementary is the only school in Wyoming based on Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design standards.

Some kids say it’s the solar-powered lights; others say it’s built with recycled cans. They’re partly right, and they will be hearing a lot more about the new energy-efficient, green building over the course of the school year.

Wyoming Career Opportunity – Economic Development Executive Director

Duties include management and implementation of regional economic development programs, strategic planning, community development, and technical assistance activities.

Wyoming education training programs receive support – Training new teachers is key.

More than half of Wyoming’s industrial arts teachers will be eligible for retirement in the next five years.

‘Getting somebody to land’ in Wamsutter, Wyoming

The town needs a grocery store and bank and other amenities at the same time it needs permanent work-force housing so people will begin to stick and actually require such additional services.

Have mule, will travel: Man rides mule from Minn. to Wyoming looking for work.

"I could probably get a job and stay here, but I’m not willing to part with my mule," Maday said. "He’s my best friend and I’m not getting rid of him for nothing."

Wyoming Community Development Authority hires David Haney as new executive director

Haney said he was attracted to the WCDA position because of the professional challenge it offers and because it afforded him an opportunity to be closer to Colorado, where he grew up.

Grand Teton offers phone-guided tours

"We wanted to stay relevant to park visitors," said Julena Campbell, public affairs specialist for Grand Teton. "Parks are experiencing a decline in visitation. This is a way to stay relevant, on the cutting edge, and involve kids. We thought this would be a cool way to kind of reel people in."