The Daily Yonder: Radically Rural
Radically Rural produces a column in the Daily Yonder written by Caroline Trembly. This column focuses on building stronger rural communities through innovative strategies. Check it out at the link below:
Historical press coverage of Radically Rural
These Business Owners Banded Together to Save Their Downtown. Now, They’re Reaping the Rewards – by CAMERON ALBERT-DEITCH– INC. news – May 2021
It was a far cry from March 2020, when the Keene, New Hampshire, restaurant’s founder, Luca Paris, had to shut his doors to in-person dining as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. Though his café, located less than a mile north of Keene State College, is typically teeming with in-person diners, it switched to takeout-only last March–and remained that way for three months, when it reopened to 60 percent capacity (plus four outdoor tables) in mid-June.
“No Bigger Job” Than Small-Town Journalism: Remembering Al Smith, 1927-2021 by Daily Yonder – April 2021
“After learning first-hand how small-town journalism could create stronger, healthier communities, Smith gave up plans to return to big-city news operations. He learned that he need never apologize for being “just” a small-town journalist. “There was no bigger job than the one I had,” he wrote in his 2011 memoir.”
We at Radically Rural believe this wholeheartedly. We know that local news is the most trusted news source, while also being the most under threat. That is why we have a Community Journalism track, to continue to bring this vital topic to the forefront.
Digital Innovation Awards: Best Virtual Event – Local Media association
This contest recognizes the best in local digital media in 15 categories such as best local website, best virtual event, best branded content strategy and more. It is a highly competitive contest designed to recognize both large and small media companies for their outstanding and innovative work.