Category Archives: Sunday Reads

Sunday Reads: Oct. 10

It’s a bit cooler these days, so snuggle up with this week’s reading list. The New York Times: Facebook is weaker than we knew ProPublica: McKinsey never told the FDA it was working for opioid makers while also working for the agency  The Washington Post: Key findings from the Pandora Papers investigation The Atlantic: Universities are shunning their responsibility to

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Sunday Reads: Oct. 3

Hope you’re out enjoying the weather. Here’s this week’s reading list. Associated Press: Misinformation leads to animosity toward health care workers The New York Times: How accurate are at-home COVID tests? NPR: A 105-year-old woman who survived the 1918 flu dies after contracting COVID The Washington Post: Portugal has nearly run out of people to vaccinate. What comes next? NPR: Lots of people

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Sunday Reads: Sept. 26

Happy weekend Great Falls. Jenn skipped last week’s reading list and clearly, had a lot of catching up to do. Enjoy the gorgeous weather! Smithsonian Magazine: The lost history of Yellowstone The Washington Post: For Constitution Day, a sobering new finding on 2021 survey on Americans’ civics knowledge ProPublica: Facebook grew Marketplace to 1 billion users. Now scammers are using it

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Sunday Reads: Sept. 12

This is a bit late since Jenn’s family is in town and she forgot what day it was. Eater: Seattle’s food trucks are fighting an uphill battle The Wall Street Journal: The flu is expected to make a comeback this year, threatening hospitals strained by Delta AP News: Justice Department sues Texas over state’s new abortion law The Atlantic: The plan

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Sunday Reads: Sept. 5

Hope everyone is enjoying the long weekend and lovely weather. Here’s this week’s reading list. Vox: Everything feels more expensive because it is Wine Enthusiast: Climate change, fermented blueberries and wine’s existential quandary  NPR: The housing shortage is significant. It’s acute for small, entry-level homes The Boston Globe: As federal eviction moratorium ends, can cities alone stop the wave? The Washington Post: FDA

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Sunday Reads: Aug. 29

NPR: Many Americans are reaching out for mental health support-but can’t get it Associated Press: What does full approval of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine mean? The New York Times: A U.S. Marine, a baby on 9/11, is among the dead in Kabul NPR: How rape affects memory and the brain and why more police need to know about this Montana Free Press: New

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Sunday Reads: Aug. 22

Happy weekend Great Falls. The New York Times: Can’t see pictures in your mind? You’re no alone. PBS News Hour: Can qualified immunity and police accountability coexist? Kaiser Health News: ‘We Sent a Terrible Message’: Scientists say Biden jumped the gun with vaccine booster plan Associated Press: U.S. health officials call for booster shots against COVID-19 PBS News Hour: COVID-19 surge: Why

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Sunday Reads: Aug. 15

Stay cool this weekend Great Falls.  NPR: Mississippi’s hospital system could collapse within 10 days under COVID’s strain The Washington Post: Afghan government collapses as Taliban sweeps in, U.S. sends more troops to aid chaotic withdrawal Associated Press: Misinformation at public forums vexes local boards, big tech The New York Times: The Supreme Court won’t block Indiana University’s vaccine mandate The Washington Post:

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Sunday Reads: Aug. 8

Happy weekend Great Falls. Here’s this week’s reading list. Smithsonian Magazine: Grazing goats and sheep help uncover historic headstones in Ireland The New York Times: Montana’s famed trout under threat as drought intensified Associated Press: Census experts puzzled by high rate of unanswered questions NPR: A look back at the very first website ever launched, 30 years later Poynter: More chain-owned news

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Sunday Reads: Aug. 1

Happy weekend Great Falls, hope you’re staying cool. Flathead Beacon: Five-story hotel proposed in downtown Kalispell Ravalli Republic: City of Hamilton introduces new ‘parklet’ downtown CityLab: What it looks like to reconnect black communities torn apart by highways Associated Press: States race to use COVID-19 vaccines before they expire The Washington Post: ‘The war has changed’: Internal CDC document urges new messaging, warns delta infections

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