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the Lebanon Enterprise, is the new news department and was the news from Henderson Community College Publishing, Inc., owners of The
tourist and convention commission editor for two years. He became edi- in 1997 and from Western Kentucky Advance Yeoman and four other
executive director in Lebanon. He tor/ general manager in 2002. University in 1999 with a BA. in jour— weekly newspapers. The newspapers
began his newspaper career in 1980 Leigh Ann Tipton is the new edi— nalism. She was a general assignment owners, Greg and Teresa LeNeave
as a sports writer inLebanon. He was tor of the Union County Advocate. and police beat reporter at the wanted the books to always be avail—
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KPA summer interns share their experiences
Amanda Morris ' " ings of a weekly newspaper and businesses suffered losses due to is expanding at its own pace and
Murray State _ assured me that I will be very happy forged checks. I was calling busi— keeping its unique qualities as a his-
Sophomore a with the promise of change and nesses to ask how much was stolen. toric landmark. Naturally, The
The Union ‘ adventure inherent in my future Some owners said ”no comment,” Standard is tapping the pulse of this
County Advocate . a?“ career choice. others said ”I’d rather not talk about expansion.

I have always ,fl,%,§f , On one occasion, I was writing a it.” But one owner chose to speak his In light of recent media events in
thought of interns / ”ta“ (5 X474, story about the growing popularity mind, using every expletive imagi- the national scene- (national media
as the ones who ya? )‘ of motorcycles in the area. While I nable. He said, ”you, reporters are outlets being labeled as ”biased" or
made sure every— "A - was interviewing the owner of a always trying to dig up dirt.” He ”liberal”, fabricated sources that
one’s coffee cup was filled with hot, local bike repair shop, he asked me also told me to get a real job. I asked lead to resignation of journalists and
fresh coffee with just the right if I had ever ridden on a motorcycle him what was a real job, and then he journalists who refuse to reveal their
amount of sugar. I thought the before. hung up on me. sources with the consequence of jail
intern was the one who went around When I said ’no,’ he insisted that That experience has shown me time) the trustworthy relationship
taking notes so that no one missed I could not possibly write such a how unruly people can be at any between The Kentucky Standard
anything. These thoughts, of course, story without having ridden myself. given moment. The situation totally and its readership is worth noting.
were wrong. This made fairly good sense to me, caught me off guard; however, I do The most important thing I

As I entered The Union County so four hours later I was shouting feel better equipped to handle future learned is the trust between a news-
Advocate as an advertising intern I questions over my interview sub— incidents, should they arise. paper and its readers should not be
quickly realized the staff was like a ject’s shoulder from the back of a This internship has surpassed my taken for granted.
team and since there was no editor midnight blue Harley—DavidsOn hopes. My writing ability and
or business manager, I quickly Classic over a nearly-inaudible ren— vocabulary aptitude have developed Brittany Johnson
found myself learning how to do dition of ”Ianie’s Got a Gun.” significantly. 1 am also confident that UK _ m
several other jobs, which I have also The day following that particular I can take decent pictures now. A Senior ‘3? 9/3; j 6
come to love. episode, I found myself in the couple of the most valuable things Casey County % w ‘

Throughout my internship there depths of the local quarry mine to I’ve learned have been the impor- News, ? t
have been many things that have write a profile on the industry while tance of meeting objectives ASAP Lebanon :5 M
stood out. One of the biggest chal- the company sales representative and always striving to improve your Enterprise ’
lenges was not using a computer to was turning off the headlights so 1 performance in every area of jour— I never thought a"
layout. During my first several days could see what absolute darkness nalism. I would find
I would find myself looking at the really was. The preceding day I had My attitude about journalism is myself conducting an interview at a
tape and the page wondering exact- been speaking to a 97-year—old very positive. goat farm. But there I was, petting
1y how I was going to get it to line woman and her family and friends baby goats and snapping photos of
up, not usingacomputer. Then there about her fascinating history as a Bo Calvert new farming equipment bought
were days when we would all order local mid—century entrepreneur. University of Louisville with agricultural diversification
pizza and sit in the break room and Besides teaching me to be a better Senior funding. My goat interview actually
laugh. But the most interesting times writer, handle a camera and be Kentucky Standard spawned one of the pieces I am most
were with the customers. Every time responsible for my own appoint— It has been an honor to not only proud of from my 9-week KPA
I answered the phone or helped ments and stories, this internship be accepted at The Kentucky internship experience at the Casey
someone who walked in the door I has solidified my confidence that I Standard as an intern, but to be County News in Liberty and my
never knew how they were going to want to be in a field that beckons me trusted as a source of news by the week at the Lebanon Enterprise.
be or what they were going to say. to embark upon new adventures readers of the newspaper. Valuable lesson number one: always
Working with Lisa, the advertis- every day. There is an undeniable sense of be prepared to go anywhere.
ing manager, and the whole staff at community among long time A UK senior in the School of
The Advocate has taught me much Arthur Lewis ' .