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UNL student helping news staff out fair week PDF Print E-mail

Cameras at the fair are a common site.
With all of the events underway this week, the newspapers in Imperial and Wauneta will have an extra pair of hands on a camera, helping out with all of the news coverage.
Tawny Burmood, a journalism student at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, will spend the week in Imperial, covering news and events of the Chase County Fair, and some of the other general news of the week in both communities.
She has spent most of the summer at the Imperial Republican’s and Wauneta Breeze’s sister publication, The Grant Tribune Sentinel.
She is gaining on-the-job experience before graduating in December.
Burmood has worked for the Daily Nebraskan, UNL’s student newspaper. She also took in a study abroad trip to Singapore, Cambodia and Indonesia in June, and last summer, studied in Germany.
Burmood grew up in Waverly, a community of 3,000 northeast of Lincoln.
Her mother, Melissa Burmood, grew up in Ogallala, where much of her family still resides, including her grandparents, Sarah and Carl Bloomberg.


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