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The Yonder Report

Mar 30, 2022

America's rural population bounces back in 2021 while an Iowa project aims to help rural towns improve quality of life; prices rise for food as farmers and ranchers identify needed resources to help; and Congress considers the Rural Prosperity Act.

Mar 24, 2022

Hoops make headlines in Oklahoma as the Citizen Potawatomi Nation becomes the first tribe to own a professional basketball team; South Dakota’s Rosebud Sioux Indian Reservation raises world’s largest native-owned buffalo herd; farmers face down rising prices for fertilizer; and New Mexico claims bragging rights as...

Mar 16, 2022

ESports are proving popular at rural colleges where traditional sports programs are too costly; millions could lose health coverage unless the public health emergency is extended; Congress moves to keep Postal Service intact; and coal miners push to maintain gress to extend funding for treatment of black lung...

Mar 9, 2022

More time in your day for beer and brats; rural hospitals brace for less pandemic money amid a nursing shortage; Maine awaits a court decision over traditional versus green energy; and "gold in them there hills" creates conflict in California's Death Valley.

Mar 2, 2022

It's off to the races with the 50th Iditarod in Alaska; Minnesotans fight for long-promised recreation dollars; Montana tribal members gain legal aid through training program; and a Texan calls on federal regulators to revisit effects of bank mergers on small towns.