It’s the morning after the longest, roughest, crudest election in living memory. What have autumn leaves got to do with anything? A lot, says Kansas newspaper publisher Rudy Taylor. Before you continue your day's news consumption, take a minute to let go.Read More...
On third of rural counties lost jobs over the last year. Nonmetropolitan counties are adding jobs at half the rate of metro areas, September’s job report shows.
A native American group uses chants, drumming, and jokes to battle stereotypes at the least likely of places: a state fair.
An unexpected turn of events accelerates a community development scholar’s entry into the gig economy. Equal parts challenge and opportunity, gigging is increasingly the way Americans work.
The partnership links USDA Community Facilities loans for schools, clinics, and other facilities with private funds to support community development organizations that will invest the federal loans locally.