Katherine Dalton

Sixth Circuit Rules Even Attorneys Have First Amendment Rights

August 23, 2012
Cincinnati, Ohio, and New Castle, Kentucky. Late last month the U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals overturned a lower court judgment and found that the Kentucky Bar Association had violated the First Amendment rights of one of its own…
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Play With Your Food

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The pleasures of a partial self-sufficiency.
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Why I Am Not a Foodie

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Guess what's for dinner.
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Local News is Nobody’s Business

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When the daily paper is gone, where does the reporting go?
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The Food Broker

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Big-city economic development from the pasture up.
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Gatewood Galbraith, Tertium Quid, RIP

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You who think that all of the principle and most of the color have gone out of politics never had the opportunity to vote for Gatewood Galbraith.
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Rebuilding a rural economy

October 26, 2011
Readers of this site might be interested in a recent Daily Yonder newsstory on job creation in southeastern Ohio.  This Ford Foundation-underwritten project is trying to create rural jobs by adding value to locally sourced raw commodities, and finding markets for the…
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Yo! Farmer Dude!

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What farmer shortage? We're all farmers here at 1st and Main.
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Just in Time for a Royal Wedding

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Noble marriages have a certain appeal to even staunch republicans like ourselves. Could it be for something other than celebrity and The Dress?
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Probable Cause

April 14, 2011
Attorney John M. Berry Jr. in Kentucky is defending his right to criticize a decision made by the state's Legislative Ethics Commission. Was his language at fault? Or is someone playing politics with bar association rules?
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Eating for Another Fifty (Centuries)

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Wendell Berry and Wes Jackson would like you to think of the Farm Bill as an Eating Bill.
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Locavoracity

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What is the point of eating local? Are we actually feeding something besides our own ego and gluttony?
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Dear Santa

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You may think every five- to eight-year-old you know wanted an iPod this year. Not these kids.
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Julian Assange & the Face of Placelessness

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From the mountaintop, the little people of this world appear very small indeed.
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The Ode Familiar

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A call for your favorite poems of place.
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Sunny Side Up

November 11, 2010
There are still some enterprising farm kids around, making a good business out of your need to eat.
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