Tireless and tenacious storytelling

Ring, Ray
December 2007
High Country News;12/24/2007, Vol. 39 Issue 24, p7
The article features editor Lori Edmo-Suppah of Sho-Ban News which circulates around 1,750 copies of each issue to readers in Idaho, Wyoming, Nevada, and Utah. She manages seven staffers, assigns and edit stories, reports on events herself, and sometimes she even delivered papers that illustrates the struggles and rewards of being a Native American journalist. Moreover, she had a compassion for journalism and pursued for such degree at the University of Montana in Missoula, Montana. Furthermore, she valued in writing about the tribe's history and culture including the treaty rights that allow them to manage salmon reservation.


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