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The Yonder Report

Aug 31, 2022

The importance of creating a caring environment for kids headed back to school; college students will benefit from loan forgiveness, but is it just déjà vu all over again? And, New Jersey warehouse developers get pushback from local residents.

Aug 25, 2022

Small business owners rebuild after flooding in Kentucky, severe heat waves have doubled fatalities for outdoor workers in the past 30 years, and Virginians applaud the resurgence of canneries.

Aug 17, 2022

More women entering politics in the wake of the Supreme Court’s ruling on Roe v. Wade; “Publishers Wanted” - one owner of a small town Texas newspaper fights to keep local news alive; and millions of mental health dollars are going toward resources to reduce the suicide rate among farmers and ranchers.

Aug 10, 2022

 Money from last year's infrastructure bill is on its way to fix teeth-jarring roads in rural areas while farmers and ranchers anticipate money to adopt conservation measures from historic legislation via the Inflation Reduction Act, and rural America is becoming more diverse, but you wouldn't know it by looking at the...

Aug 3, 2022

People in five rural Kentucky counties are fighting their way back after catastrophic flooding; preserving Oklahoma's historic buildings in small communities runs up against funding shortages; and more factory-built manufactured homes could help solve the nation's housing shortage.