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The Journal – Summer 2022 – Signs of Revival: Entrepreneurship and Stronger Heartland Communities
Heartland communities hoping to thrive are encouraging entrepreneurship to energize their local economies. But old habits die hard and there’s no formula that works the same everywhere.
Places such as Ord, Nebraska, have emerged as regional poster children for economic development. Peers such as Council Grove in Kansas are seeing green shoots of their own. But such shifts can be difficult to make, and there isn’t a tried-and-true formula that works everywhere. To figure out what works, communities must develop their own combination of tactics and be willing to push until they find their version of success.
Other stories include:
- What heartland microbreweries show about rural prosperity
- Asking the public to inform government funding decisions in Reno County
- How Eddie Sandoval, founder of Pinole Blue, is ushering in a new age of innovation, with his blue-corn tortilla business
- When Tonganoxie said “yes” to a major project, it shows what has and hasn’t changed since Tyson
- As Topeka turns a corner, will more residents and outsiders start believing in the Capital City?
- The power of everyday messengers to advance public health
- The beef industry adapts as it fights to keep its place on the menu
- Columnist Mark McCormick on kindness and leadership