The Rural News Network is a consortium of independent, nonprofit news organizations that, together, surface the most pressing issues confronting America’s rural communities. It leverages the expertise of more than 70 INN-member newsrooms already serving rural communities across 46 states – a subset of the more than 425 members of the INN Network.
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100 Days in Appalachia
Morgantown, West Virginia
We believe the story of Appalachia reflects the story of our country. We’re here to amplify the region’s diverse voices, celebrate our successes, investigate our failures and empower our communities.
Athens County Independent
Southeast Ohio Independent News empowers community engagement through accessible public service journalism. Starting in Athens County, we are building a network of editorially independent newsrooms, staffed and controlled by local residents, across Appalachian southeast Ohio.
Barn Raiser publishes independent news, analysis and information to support diverse, civically engaged and dynamically connected rural and small town communities. We champion the free exchange of public dialogue by bringing together underrepresented voices and perspectives on the intractable issues facing communities and policymakers.
We connect San Benito County residents through trustworthy local news and information, encouraging public dialogue to foster an engaged community.
The Breckenridge Texan aims to inform and educate the people living in Breckenridge, Texas and the surrounding area, by providing a sustainable source for news, entertainment and sports coverage.
Halliday, North Dakota
Independent news from the Indigenous Media Freedom Alliance.
California Health Report
San Francisco, California
The California Health Report partners with communities across the state to create solutions journalism that strives for social justice. Our mission is to report from communities that are disproportionately affected by inequality.
Capital B is a local-national news organization that centers Black voices, audience needs and experiences, and partners with the communities it serves.
Cardinal News reports the untold stories of Southwest and Southside Virginia, and strengthens the voices of the people in our communities who have been sidelined in the commonwealth’s political, economic and cultural conversations simply because of where they live.