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Wyoming Business Council & WEDA Host Action-Oriented Leadership Workshop May 6 & 7 in Casper

The Action-Oriented Leadership Workshop is open to both WEDA members and non-WEDA members and is geared to local economic developers, workforce professionals, city and county officials, and industry representatives.

Accenture Life Trends 2024 – The visible and invisible mediators between people and their world are changing.

Five trends explore the decline of customer obsession, the influence of generative AI, the stagnation of creativity, the balance of tech benefits and burden, and people’s new life goals.

This is how we can use AI to empower rural America

The founder of Fusemachines believes that AI can directly impact the productivity of every industry integrated within the rural economy.

Why you should learn to incorporate more humor at work

It’s good not to take everything so seriously.

E-bike tour guide pedals Yellowstone National Park, Gardiner rides

As the owner of Big Sky Ebike Tours and Rentals in Gardiner since 2020, O’Connor said he’s “living the dream” guiding cycling tours in and around Yellowstone National Park. After all, where else can cyclists possibly see bison, elk, bighorn sheep, bears, foxes, coyotes, deer and a variety of hot pools, fumaroles and geysers in one trip, not to mention spectacular views of the surrounding mountains?

Program Brings Together Three Generations to Discuss Aging

The rural health program is designed to help participants on both ends of the age spectrum. The goal is to challenge assumptions people have against aging and bridge generational divides in rural communities.

Blazing Trails in the Mountains

Rural communities throughout the country are developing mountain biking trail systems to immerse people in nature, boost the economy, and create a local culture of health.

Montana Highway Patrol terminated trooper who requested mental health support – Proactive Trauma Preparedness Is Available

When Miller reached out to superiors for help before he lost his job, they refused him, even after promising support, he said. Then, his bosses tried to force him to resign, he said; when he wouldn’t step down, they fired him.

Want $50,000 To Improve Your Community? Apply For A Hometown Grant!

T-Mobile is helping support small towns across America by funding community projects like upgraded tech, outdoor spaces and more.

Welcome to the War on Cars, Scientific American – The End of Carcatecture.

Each city has its own unique considerations and challenges. And such an ambitious project will require rethinking many of our assumptions about American car culture. But the benefits could make everyone healthier and safer.