Sunday Reads: June 14
There’s lots of reading this week. Enjoy the weather and be careful out there Great Falls.
Bismark Tribune: Montana, North Dakota lawmakers to collaborate on radioactive oilfield waste problem
Vanity Fair: “Full of anguish and pain”: A generational watershed at the Times as editorial editor James Bennet resigns
The Wall Street Journal: Small-town retail’s shining moment can last
The Atlantic: The millennial mental-health crisis
The New Yorker: Can coronavirus contact tracing survive reopening?
Time: Black Lives Matter activists want to end police violence. But they disagree on how to do it
Time: ‘Police do not belong in our schools.’ Students are demanding an end to campus cops after the death of George Floyd
The New Yorker: How do we change America?
Civil Eats: Struggling farmers are selling midwest hogs ad hoc and online
Reuters: What rebound? North Dakota in economic crunch as virus batters oil, agriculture
WGBH: ‘They have lives in their hands’: Colleges consider human costs, financial benefits of reopening
Route Fifty: After George Floyd, Some School Districts Cut Ties With Police
Food and Environment Reporting Network: Beef prices soar, food inflation is highest in more than eight years
Forbes: The number one problem plaguing restaurants as they try to reopen
Education Drive: GAO: Over half of school districts need major building repairs
The Washington Post: Amid reopenings and street protests, coronavirus transmission remains high in much of the U.S.