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The new initiative will give advocates the ability to file protective orders on behalf of abuse victims.
Rural churches are a precious space where long-term residents and newcomers can work together to create a shared vision for the future of their small communities.
“A good deal of…perception of hunting is caricature, born from a lack of understanding and fed by the propaganda of a techno-culture at war with both the natural world and those who would take part of their living from outside the market” – A writer and a hunter argues why we may need hunting more than we realize.
The sorrow of an opioid epidemic happening in tandem with a global pandemic is communicated poignantly by musicians often playing “three chords and the truth.”
Kids have their own way of judging what’s real, and it’s not necessarily based on the cost of the Santa suit. Here’s a Christmas memory from 1968, when Hazard, Kentucky, had three Santas — but only one would do. (This is a republication of a Daily Yonder holiday favorite).