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Like their urban counterparts, rural hospitals are struggling financially. And those continued struggles could mean a lack of access to health care for patients in rural areas. According to a report issued February 25 by the American Hospital Association (AHA), American hospitals and health care systems will lose between $53 and $122 billion in revenue The post Rural Hospitals Risk Closure Due to Covid-19-Related Drop in Revenue in 2021 appeared first on The Daily Yonder.
One of the persistent plot lines of rural existence is the notion of the “dying town.” If you grew up in a rural place or have spent extended time in one, you’ve likely heard the lament somewhere. The new film Nomadland, released to theaters and streaming last week, dives straight into this narrative. The film The post Review: ‘Nomadland’ Is a Stunning Cinematic Journey that Leaves a Mark appeared first on The Daily Yonder.
Land, and specifically what to do with land, has been among the most divisive topics in U.S. history since the arrival of European settlers in 1492. More than 500 years later, little has changed. This story also appeared in Cronkite News On January 20, the Biden administration ordered a 60-day pause on new oil and The post Pause on Leasing Public Land for Oil and Gas Extraction Draws Mixed Reaction appeared first on The Daily Yonder.