Category Archives: Sunday Reads

Sunday Reads: Nov. 27

Hope everyone had a lovely Thanksgiving and enjoyed the Parade of Lights. See you all at the Christmas Stroll on Friday! Associated Press: Schools struggle to staff up for youth mental health crisis The Washington Post: Studies show COVID’s toll on students living in poverty, learning from home ProPublica: The landlord and the tenant: A house fire reveals one kind of justice for

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Sunday Reads: Nov. 20

Happy weekend Great Falls. Here’s this week’s reading list. Associated Press: Solar farms in 3 states cited for environmental violations Reuters: World making little progress on food waste, a big climate problem. NPR: UVA shooting: Suspect is in custody; 3 football players dead Kaiser Health News: Mistrust and polarization steer rural governments to reject federal public health funding The New York Times: Masks cut

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Sunday Reads: Nov. 6

The Washington Post: Partisan showdown erupts in Texas county over election monitoring Reuters: Toyota is reverting to the production of mechanical keys in some cases to mitigate semiconductor constraints. The Texas Tribune: Black residents in Corpus Christi file a civil rights complaint to stop Texas’ first desalination plant The New York Times: How cheap ‘fast furniture’ could soon clog landfills. Associated Press: Trick or trash:

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Sunday Reads: Oct. 30

Happy Halloween weekend everyone. Associated Press: Judge sides with fired NYC sanitation workers in vaccine dispute NPR: Costume store Spirit Halloween is a harbinger of the demise of the American mall : It’s Been a Minute Associated Press: Regulators propose $155M fine for PG&E for 2020 wildfire Vox: Plant-based and lab-grown meat alternatives are being combined to create “hybrid” meat The New York

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Sunday Reads: Oct. 16

This week’s reading list. Enjoy the spectacular weather this weekend and have a great week. The Washington Post: Retailers’ stockpiles mean deep holiday discounts starting now The Washington Post: Edible cities are growing in the U.S. and Europe NPR: Schools across the country are being targeted with hoax calls about active shooters The New York Times: Animal rights activists are acquitted in Smithfield

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Sunday Reads: Oct. 9

Happy weekend Great Falls, hope you enjoyed the glorious weather. Here’s to a good week! The Washington Post: How do U.S. marijuana policies compare globally after Biden’s pardon? The Economist: A new macroeconomic era is emerging. What will it look like? Montana Public Radio: Lawmakers, school officials meet over facial recognition technology in schools The Washington Post: Biden suggests Putin’s nuclear threats mean

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Sunday Reads: Oct. 2

This week’s reading list. Have a good week Great Falls. Vox: New Amazon robots have a “pinch-grasping” function that gets closer to human hand dexterity. The Economist: Fulfillment and distribution centers are plowing through rural America. Axios: The fastest-growing cities face some of the biggest climate risks The Atlantic: Long COVID has forced the U.S. to take chronic fatigue syndrome seriously Reuters: U.S. plans

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Sunday Reads: Sept. 25

This week’s reading list. Enjoy the sunshine. The Washington Post: Meet the robots coming to a restaurant near you Route Fifty: Democrats strike deal to boost funding for police Bloomberg: Will home prices fall? Higher mortgage rates are freezing out U.S. buyers The Economist: Special report: After a long decline, violent crime in America is rising again The Texas Tribune: Texas has

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Sunday Reads: Sept. 18

This week’s reading list, here’s to a good week Great Falls. Associated Press: Climate change jeopardizes health care services, report says The Washington Post: Community spread of polio prompts CDC wastewater surveillance The New York Times: Congress told colleges to return native remains. What’s taking so long? The Washington Post: Russia has secretly spent at least $300 million to influence global politics since 2014,

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Sunday Reads: Sept. 11

The Atlantic: The problem with kindergarten The Washington Post: Miami-Dade school board rejects declaring October LGBTQ History Month Wired: Rurbanization: Why it’s time to make cities more rural Scientific American: A growing drinking water crisis threatens American cities and towns Kaiser Health News: At 988 call centers, crisis counselors offer empathy —and juggle limited resources Reuters: Special Report: How U.S. ethanol plants are allowed

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