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Storm Lake Times Editor Art Cullen stands outside his newspaper he started with his brother in 1990. The newspaper won a Pulitzer Prize this year for its editorial writing Clay Masters/IPR hide caption

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How Small Town Papers Have Kept Community Trust

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Dr. Kurt Newman visits with 14-year-old Jack Pessaud, who's undergoing treatment for a cancerous tumor in his knee at Children's National Health System in Washington, D.C. Meredith Rizzo/NPR hide caption

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'Healing Children': A Surgeon's Take On What Kids Need

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Hugo, Colo., is home to no more than 850 residents, but has a beloved hospital where staff members know most of their patients by name. To survive financially, the hospital depends on payments from Medicaid, a program that faces deep cuts in the GOP health bill. Hart Van Denburg/CPR hide caption

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A Hospital In Rural Colorado Is The Cornerstone Of Small Town Life

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Diana McLean says coal would be good for the North Cheyenne Tribe. "We've been in the same situation for the last 50 years. And it hasn't changed. It hasn't improved." Shane Thomas McMillan for NPR hide caption

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People Of Coal-Rich Northern Cheyenne Torn Between Jobs And Sacred Culture

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Peaches ready for packing and shipping at Lane Packing, a peach farm in Fort Valley, Ga. Grant Blankenship/Georgia Public Broadcasting hide caption

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Unseasonable Winter Weather Takes A Bite Out Of Georgia's Peach Crop

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A double set of fences topped with barbed wire circles this outdoor decomposition site outside Grand Junction, Colo. The barrier thwarts prying eyes and protects the curious from an unpleasant surprise. Rae Ellen Bichell/NPR hide caption

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To Solve Gruesome Desert Mysteries, Scientists Become Body Collectors

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'These Kids Are Insane': Jimmy Awards Celebrate Outstanding Teen Performers

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