In the guest opinion column of April 16, Stuart Campbell opined that Ketchum is likely to die unless it provides more high-end accommodations such as the proposed Warm Springs Ranch Resort.
Mr. Campbell is the proud manager of the Amangani, a high-end, boutique two-story hotel near Jackson, Wyo., with a total of 40 guest suites. Hardly a firm basis for a credible opinion on the life or death of Ketchum, or the wisdom of the proposed Warm Springs Ranch Resort.
Perhaps the developers of Warm Springs Ranch Resort should scale back the eight-story hotel to two stories with 40 rooms and hire Mr. Campbell as manager. He seems to have single-handedly revived the Jackson economy. Maybe he can do the same for Ketchum.