Times-Gazette reporter speaks to students


Times-Gazette reporter David Wright, standing, speaks to students at Hillsboro Middle School Thursday morning. Wright, who joined The Times-Gazette in November of last year, spoke to 7th-grade Advanced English Language Arts students about the journalistic process, local news and his experiences as a reporter. Wright thanked teachers Carey Juillerat and Bethany Skivers for inviting him to speak. “The students were very attentive and asked intelligent questions,” Wright said. “I’m happy to see youngsters having a genuine interest in local news and journalism as a whole.”


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Times-Gazette reporter David Wright, standing, speaks to students at Hillsboro Middle School Thursday morning. Wright, who joined The Times-Gazette in November of last year, spoke to 7th-grade Advanced English Language Arts students about the journalistic process, local news and his experiences as a reporter. Wright thanked teachers Carey Juillerat and Bethany Skivers for inviting him to speak. “The students were very attentive and asked intelligent questions,” Wright said. “I’m happy to see youngsters having a genuine interest in local news and journalism as a whole.”

Times-Gazette reporter David Wright, standing, speaks to students at Hillsboro Middle School Thursday morning. Wright, who joined The Times-Gazette in November of last year, spoke to 7th-grade Advanced English Language Arts students about the journalistic process, local news and his experiences as a reporter. Wright thanked teachers Carey Juillerat and Bethany Skivers for inviting him to speak. “The students were very attentive and asked intelligent questions,” Wright said. “I’m happy to see youngsters having a genuine interest in local news and journalism as a whole.”
http://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/11/web1_fwrightschool.jpgTimes-Gazette reporter David Wright, standing, speaks to students at Hillsboro Middle School Thursday morning. Wright, who joined The Times-Gazette in November of last year, spoke to 7th-grade Advanced English Language Arts students about the journalistic process, local news and his experiences as a reporter. Wright thanked teachers Carey Juillerat and Bethany Skivers for inviting him to speak. “The students were very attentive and asked intelligent questions,” Wright said. “I’m happy to see youngsters having a genuine interest in local news and journalism as a whole.” Courtesy photo