Category Archives: Sunday Reads

Sunday Reads: Feb. 28

Distinctly Montana: Why I left Bozeman, or: who will make our soy lattes now? The Washington Post: Human remains found at Williamsburg Black church site The New York Times: How Negro History Week became Black History Month and why it matters now Slate: The last city of the 20th Century NPR: How goats (and perhaps people) make up their minds

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Sunday Reads: Feb. 21

Happy weekend Great Falls. The New York Times: With indoor rinks closed, players turn to ‘speakeasy hockey’ Associated Press: How do we know the COVID-19 vaccines are safe? Defense One: One-third of U.S. troops are refusing the COVID vaccine. History may help explain why. NPR: No, the blackouts in Texas weren’t caused by renewables. Here’s what really happened The New

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Sunday Reads: Feb. 14

Stay warm out there Great Falls. Happy Valentine’s Day. Associated Press: ‘Overwhelm the problem’: Inside Biden’s war on COVID-19 The Washington Post: Lawmakers urge Biden to back opioid-treatment measure The Chronicle of Higher Education: How Much Has Covid Cost Colleges? $183 Billion Fast Company: Why cities should be designed for birds The New York Times: In Canada, Americans are missed, with limits The

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Sunday Reads: Feb. 7

Here’s this week’s reading list, hope you’re staying warm out there Great Falls. Associated Press: Sitting on billions, Catholic dioceses amassed taxpayer aid NPR: Did closing schools save lives or cost lives? The debate continues Bay Journal: Dozens of ancient eel weirs uncovered in Susquehanna McClatchy: Congress asks Pentagon to restore military base construction funds from border wall PBS: How the pandemic is impacting

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Sunday Reads: Jan. 31

Hope you enjoyed the sunshine this weekend Great Falls, here’s this week’s reading list. The New York Times: Firefighters battle an unseen hazard: their gear could be toxic Pew: Public health systems still aren’t ready for the next pandemic  The New York Times: Millions meant for public health threats were diverted elsewhere, watchdog says Grist: 25 states promised to stay

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Sunday Reads: Jan. 24

Here’s this week’s reading list. Have a great week Great Falls. Associated Press: A new COVID-19 challenge: Mutations rise along with cases The Washington Post: It’s like a Little Free Library, but there’s art inside. People are flocking to it, tiny art in hand. Missoulian: Report: Cost of living a challenge to Missoula County residents NPR: Defined by scandal at Voice

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Sunday Reads: Jan. 17

Politico: The military has a hate group problem. But it doesn’t know how bad it’s gotten Associated Press: In the wake of Capitol riot, Americans struggle for answers Associated Press: The unfolding of ‘home-grown fascism’ in Capitol assault Associated Press: Defiance of virus dining bans grows as restaurants flounder Reuters: Little evidence coffee companies’ sustainability efforts have impact: report Axios: Cities prepare for

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Sunday Reads: Jan. 10

Associated Press: Vaccine rollout hits snag as health workers balk at shots The New York Times: Voices from the front lines of America’s food supply WBEZ: Half of Chicago Public Schools teachers expected back in classrooms didn’t show NPR: Yurts, igloos and pop-up domes: How safe is ‘outside’ restaurant dining this winter? The Atlantic: How I became a cook at

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Sunday Reads: Jan. 3

Happy New Year Great Falls! NPR: Even if it’s ‘bonkers,’ poll finds many believe QAnon and other conspiracy theories Vox: 2020 had some significant silver linings. Here are 7 of them. NPR: A quiet and ‘unsettling’ pandemic toll: Students who’ve fallen off the grid The Hill: More than 2,900 US health care workers have died of COVID-19 in pandemic: report Associated Press: ‘Like

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Sunday Reads: Dec. 27

Merry Christmas Great Falls and Happy New Year! Associated Press: ‘Unprecedented’ mail volume delays Christmas gifts NPR: Fishermen team up with food banks to help hungry families Harvest Public Media: Midwest hemp is still getting its footing, but growers aren’t giving up yet The New York Times: How cities lost control of police discipline Elle: The journalist and the pharma

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