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Craig Childs recalls the fearless conservationist who loved an undammed river.<img src="" height="1" width="1" read more...

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As Trump sidelines science, the agency flips on San Pedro River development.<img src="" height="1" width="1" read more...

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Making Money Farming: Multiple Incomes on the FarmHomesteading, Rural Living, Generators Multiple Income Streams is important to Making Ends Meet on the Farm. Major part is having several small income streams that will merge into a read more...

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Al CrossA new study published in the Columbia Journalism Review offers a comprehensive look at small-market newspapers in the digital age, along with a side project survey of more than 400 small-market journalists.Small-market newspapers, which have a circulation below 50,000, represent a large part of the nation's news mix, but are often overlooked in both research and in the popular narrative about newspapers. The authors, Christopher Ali and Damian Radcliffe, sought to correct this oversight by researching how small-market newspapers are responding to the encroaching Digital Age, and how read more...

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A new report quantifies the challenges faced by rural students and outlines how Congress can enact or amend federal policies to help fix them. Leveling the Playing Field for Rural Students, which was issued by The School Superintendents Association and The Rural School and Community Trust, has five specific recommendations for legislators:Enable access to new, high-quality educational opportunitiesAddress health barriers to learningLeverage career and technical programs for economic growthEnd food insecurity for rural childrenAdequately invest in rural schoolsThe report is packed with data read more...

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The Brookings Institute recently outlined the need to improve broadband availability and adoption across the US. They note that while availability is an issue, adoption is an even greater issue and that every member of Congress represents at least some … Continue reading read more...

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The Brag Basket is open! This one is for November 17-19, 2017. Bring your good news, big or small, to share with everyone. What can you share in the Brag Basket? introduce yourself share some great news from this week celebrate progress, even baby steps congratulate a friend applaud for each other confess your undying read more...

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The Grand Rapids Herald Review reports? Itasca Economic Development Corporation?s Teri Heikkila joined more than 150 broadband leaders from across rural Minnesota last month to compare approaches to expanding access to, and use of, high-speed Internet. The Border to Border … Continue reading read more...

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The nation's quintessentially urban magazine profiles a thriving small town in the Midwest. Because of "community effects" that increase poor children's future earnings, the New Yorker's choice of Orange City, Iowa, is an even better than they might realize. The post Orange City, Iowa: Profiles in Prosperity appeared first on Daily read more...

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Navajo council rejects plans for Escalade?s tram, shops, restaurants.<img src="" height="1" width="1" read more...

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