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Covid-19 Vaccine Resources for Rural Communities

Looking for ways to encourage Covid-19 vaccinations in your community?

The Rural Assembly has partnered with other organizations to produce and share a collection of resources that address vaccine hesitancy, share facts, and help more rural Americans to become vaccinated for Covid-19.

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Rural Coverage of COVID-19 from the Daily Yonder

  • Points of Interest — and Imagination — Along West Virginia’s Midland Trail

    As often as I return to Stephen King’s work, my respect for his ability to take twenty-six letters of the alphabet, toss them in the air and produce indelible tales meets resistance with the recollection of his words, “Small towns harbor small imaginations.” With all due respect to a master storyteller, I would encourage the author The post Points of Interest — and Imagination — Along West Virginia’s Midland Trail appeared first on The Daily Yonder.

  • Q&A: Andrew Siegrist on His Forthcoming Book ‘We Imagined It Was Rain’

    Editor’s Note: This interview first appeared in Path Finders, an email newsletter from the Daily Yonder. Each week, Path Finders features a Q&A with a rural thinker, creator, or doer. Like what you see here? You can join the mailing list at the bottom of this article and receive more conversations like this in your inbox each week. The post Q&A: Andrew Siegrist on His Forthcoming Book ‘We Imagined It Was Rain’ appeared first on The Daily Yonder.

  • Covid Hits Wildfire Fighters Even Harder Than Last Year

    The article is republished from Stateline, an initiative of the Pew Charitable Trusts. As wildfires rage across Western states, flattening rural towns and forcing thousands of people to evacuate, coronavirus cases and pandemic-related supply chain problems have made it harder to deploy firefighting resources to where they’re needed, fire officials say. More firefighters appear to The post Covid Hits Wildfire Fighters Even Harder Than Last Year appeared first on The Daily Yonder.