Here's a roundup of stories with rural resonance; if you do or see similar work that should be shared on The Rural Blog, email 

heather.chapman@uky.edu

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Wolverines return to Mount Rainier after a century-long absence.

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The opioid epidemic is a unique product of the U.S. health-care system, a research paper argues. 

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Condensed schedule and staff not showing up to work have put the census at risk. 

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A University of Georgia student has created an organization to help other rural students feel a sense of community away from home.

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Legislators and health-care organizations consider making telehealth more widely available even after the pandemic.

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Lack of coronavirus testing at Colorado's rural universities highlights higher education inequities.

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Review: An anthology of Appalachian literature walks on new ground.

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Poorly thought-out fire suppression tactics in California won't stop wildfires.

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Oregon governor calls for audit after ProPublica reporting on state institute that lobbied for the timber industry.

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