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The Hidden High Costs of Rocky Mountain Living

Many towns from Colorado to Wyoming to Montana are playgrounds for wealthy individuals, but year-round living comes with a lot of additional expenses and inconveniences

Where is child care most expensive? New labor department data breaks down costs by county.

The data show childcare costs range from 8% to 19% of a median family’s income per child. That’s anywhere from $5,357 to $17,171 per year when adjusted for inflation.

The Once-in-a-Generation Opportunity to Remake Downtown

Urban cores around the country were transforming into live, work, and play destinations before the pandemic. The pandemic was a setback for this transformation, but it could also be a rare opportunity. It’s up to city leadership to seize it.

USDA Offers Grants for Programs to Create High-Wage Jobs and New Businesses in Underserved Rural Communities

The Rural Innovation Stronger Economy (RISE) program provides grants for job accelerator partnerships that will serve people in low-income and underserved rural communities.

Fear the deer: Crash data illuminates America’s deadliest animal

Behold the deer, the deadliest beast in North America.

How Utilities Can Save Customers Billions of Dollars

If utilities modernize the way they select the resources they run each day, they can save carbon and reduce energy prices.

New Manufacturing Plant to Bring 200 Jobs to Cheyenne, Wyoming

After several years of working with Cheyenne LEADS, the economic development entity for Cheyenne and Laramie County, Denver-based Eagle Claw Fishing Tackle broke ground on a new 115,000-square-foot manufacturing plant in Cheyenne on Tuesday.

Is a 4-Day workweek the cure for burnout?

If you feel exhausted, you’re not alone

Small Internet Provider Soon to Open a Digital ‘Empowerment Center’ in a Rural Wyoming Town

The company is funding the resource hub that will offer digital technology and a navigator for the community.

New Model Could Help Break Through Inefficiencies Of Common Water Treatment Systems

With their new technique, the duo also discovered a new system design that could make these technologies about 40% more energy efficient — and therefore more cost-effective — while producing the same amount and quality of clean drinking water.