Masks will be required in Boone County court buildings

Boone County court buildings will abide by Columbia’s mask ordinance, according to an administrative order announced Wednesday.

Lessons learned from in-person interviews

To be honest, I hadn’t been outside to attend events and interview people in-person for a long time due to COVID-19. I felt excited that I could restart in-person interviews and communicate with people face-to-face (with social distancing). There is a lesson I learned from one of the co-workers, Abby. When doing the stories aboutContinue reading “Lessons learned from in-person interviews”

Some thoughts on my first few stories

During my first few days working in Missourian, I knew many new things about professional news organizations. I also found that I still needed lots of practice if I wanted to become a professional journalist. As to the things I learned, an accuracy check is definitely the most essential one. Before this course, I absolutelyContinue reading “Some thoughts on my first few stories”

Healium wins Procter & Gamble Ventures Innovation Challenge

Here is a news story – Healium wins a chance to partner with Procter & Gamble to create a digiceuticals aisle in local drugstores.

Dumpsters will be placed near U Centre for tenants moving out later this summer

Here is the story that new dumpsters will be placed near U Centre for tenants moving out later this summer.

COVID-19 changes electric coop’s 82-year tradition for annual meeting

Here is my first published story after I worked as a summer reporter at Columbia Missourian. I forgot to make an appointment with my sources for an accuracy check but fortunately my source was available the whole day. But I believe I won’t make mistakes like this in the future. COVID-19 will force Boone ElectricContinue reading “COVID-19 changes electric coop’s 82-year tradition for annual meeting”