SC Health Foundation Announces Extraordinary $1 Million Citizen Donation for Hospital to Help Close Deficit
Pinedale – The Sublette County Health Foundation today announced that it has received a donation of $1 million from Joe Ricketts, of Sublette County, to help close the gap in needed funds to build the new hospital. Formed in 2022, the Foundation’s mission is to raise financial support to advance the mission of Sublette County Health—to provide efficient, high-quality and patient-centered care.
UW Receives Major Gift to Support Conservation Across Wyoming With Initial Focus on Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
The University of Wyoming has announced a major gift from Joe Ricketts’ Jackson Fork Ranch that will support environmental stewardship and conservation across Wyoming, with an initial focus on the greater Yellowstone ecosystem.
AI Can Save Education From Itself
Technology such as ChatGPT threatens only the information-centric type of schooling, which has become obsolete.
Hard Work Keeps You At The Top, Says Billionaire
You can have a ton of skill and loads of great ideas, but that’s almost never enough to reach the top. It takes old-fashioned hard work to reach the pinnacle and stay there.
Covid Provides a Rare Chance to Transform Public Education
In post-Katrina New Orleans, Louisiana built a system that serves the needs of students, not adults.
Ricketts: The fight for Wyoming’s economy
Wyoming is in a hard place. We face an economic disaster due to the reduction of the state’s tax revenue as a result of decreased coal and oil extraction.
The US jobs market is a mess. It won’t heal unless the government stays out of the way of people building new businesses.
America’s job market is in turmoil. The COVID economy is unlike anything we expected at the start of 2020.
Village PieMaker adds limited edition pie to lineup
OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) – A business that started right here in Nebraska in a spare bedroom is now a national treat that people can’t get enough of.
Trumpeter Swan Cygnets Released in Yellowstone National Park
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Yellowstone National Park may be well-known for its role in rebuilding populations of large mammals like grizzly bears, wolves and bison, yet trumpeter swans have a similar story of dogged recovery that is not as well known.
Trumpeter swans released in Yellowstone National Park
Eight young trumpeter swans were released recently in Yellowstone National Park as part of an ongoing restoration project to increase territorial pairs of swans which have undergone a decades-long decline in the park.