I was studying psychology at College of Missouri-St. Louis when unanticipated activities necessitated a return to my house in Fredericktown, a compact town in the St. Francois Mountains of Southeast Missouri.
Uncertain of my career path and in need of a occupation, happenstance brought me to the planet of journalism as an administrative assistant at the area newspaper, the Democrat Information.
Daily life at a modest-town newspaper is sometimes tiresome, but never ever uninteresting. In the course of the working day, community officials, members of the community and all walks of everyday living stopped by on small business or just to chat. Listening to their tales about the decades, I acquired perception I hardly ever had to the troubles surrounding my property county.
Various several years, employment and destinations later I yet again discovered myself doing work at a newspaper, this time the Columbia Daily Tribune.
I was hired as a news clerk in March 2019. These days, my responsibilities are essentially the identical but with a different title — information producer. While I am not in the public eye like the editors, reporters and photographers, I enjoy serving to the newsroom function in a assistance job. My responsibilities range