In a pandemic, there’s no place I’d rather be than here in Appalachia


We are a place either forgotten about or disparaged by much of America. And yet we have each other’s backs

The pizza place was the first to react.

Within hours of the announcement that schools in my small Ohio community would close for at least three weeks, the restaurant began making baguette sandwiches, free for all children. Next, the inn announced they would distribute peanut butter and jelly every day, no purchase necessary and no questions asked.

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