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A new book by Matthew Algeo examines the well known events of 1968 and tells the lesser known stories of the “American heroes” of Eastern Kentucky.
The Kentucky city, best known as the home of the interracially pioneering Berea College, was the site of a gun battle that erupted from a white supremacist rally, killing two men.
What difference does one journalist make? A reader of the Charleston Gazette-Mail explains the cost of losing a veteran reporter.
Filmmaker Doug Swift goes mining for the natural and cultural wealth of Shawnee, Ohio, and captures residents working to improve their community one step at a time.
Dear Friend, At the Daily Yonder, our goal is to expand and improve the national conversation about rural America. Thanks to you, that’s exactly what we’re doing. Every day, we publish stories that challenge stereotypes and…
A 20-year-old murder case could determine whether Oklahoma’s Indian nations have jurisdiction over their own citizens. Through the art of telling stories, Rebecca Nagle shows all of us what’s at stake.
From practical advice (can you stop your husband’s snoring with the clandestine use of essential oils?) to child-rearing tips (“Honey, do you really need a hedgehog?”), Kansas writer Valerie Brown-Kuchera exposes her family foibles to…
Would “Medicare for All” mean hospitals for only some? / When the “follow-up appointment” is a summons to court / Main Street Index is pessimistic / Wendell Berry on the plundering of rural America.