Apr 27, 2022
Country of origin labeling could return to USA-grown beef; women farmers still face inheritance obstacles; communities in five states will be the first to get assistance in applying for infrastructure money from the new Rural Partners Network; and 40% of today's college students have full-time jobs, and part-time college.
Apr 20, 2022
Salmon fishing in the Northwest ended early this year, but help is on the way; gas prices could accelerate the transition to EV's; Federal officials are on tour promoting a playbook designed to help rural communities access billions in infrastructure money; and residents of the Navajo Nation experience the "flip of a...
Apr 13, 2022
Route 66 prep for 100th celebration underway in Canute, Oklahoma; close-to-home travel on the rise; COVID cases fall but food insecurity remains; and eggs, poultry prices climb as bird flu hits dozens of states.
Apr 6, 2022
Trust in libraries draws Texans seeking services for mental health; Navajo Nation shows high participation in Affordable Connectivity Program; Missouri explores solutions for workforce shortage; and Western states look to infrastructure money to build more animal...