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Fund drive continues to bring journalism interns to rural Malheur County


This summer, the Malheur Enterprise plans to bring on two college students as reporting interns and we need your help to do that. We're in the middle of a campaign to raise $10,000 through tax-deductible contributions to cover the costs of training those who will be among the next generation of journalists to bring you the news.

Among the potential interns:

A college junior who interned at a major daily newspaper last year and spent part of this year studying in Denmark. He wants more “one on one” coaching.

A college senior who once worked as a field hand and feels “especially sympathethic” to rural communities. He likes how the Enterprise is “directing conversation towards the good of the community.”

A college junior with reported for the local NPR affiliate who wants to use multimedia skills to expand the . . .