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In less than a month, the ashes of the last year will give way to calving season. For now it’s OK to recognize that darkness still encircles us.
A Kentucky junkyard, covered in fresh snow, is much more than stereotypical hillbilly imagery. It's a reflection of our complex relationships with the resources we rely upon.
A trio of voices guide us through the last installment of the Canard County series, a trilogy of illustrated novels set primarily in the coalfields of Eastern Kentucky.
When there's not much else to do, you can cozy up with a page-turner recommended by members of the Daily Yonder team. These rural novels, memoirs and short story collections are worth a spot on your reading list.
A small-town journalist commits to a year's worth of articles about opioid addiction. The stories are local, but the questions are universal.
Informed by real, honest experience, the film presents a rich, authentic tale of rural resilience and our necessary relationships with home and one another.