Top Midwest Articles of 2017

Our newsletter and email postcard has a growing community of people who care about the Midwest. Here are the top articles they clicked in 2017.

The Biggest News Stories Were on Nature and Society

Doug Palen, a fourth-generation grain farmer in Glen Elder, Kan., uses a no-till farming method that prevents erosion and keeps carbon in the soil. Credit Christopher Smith for The New York Times

 

Small Towns Gained Big Interest This Year

154 N. Main St., Decatur, Ark. PHOTOGRAPHER: TERRY A. RATZLAFF FOR BLOOMBERG BUSINESSWEEK

 

And You Heaved Big Sighs of Frustration Over Midwest Identity

Fargo, dir. Joel and Ethan Coen (1996)

 

When People Left Coasts for the Midwest, You Clicked

Erin Covey/erincoveycreative.com

 

And Once in the Midwest, You Looked Around for Places to Travel and Things to Do


Monument Rocks in western Kansas. The chalk formations are known for their rich fossil layers. Credit: Seraph1888/CC BY-SA 4.0.

 

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