COMMENTARY: Rural reporting project in Vale offers new opportunities, lessons

The call from California came with an offer.

Would the Malheur Enterprise be willing to work with a half-dozen journalism students and two professors from the University of Southern California’s journalism school?

The caller was Judy Muller, a veteran national television news correspondent. She now helps teach the next generation of journalists. And she’s written a book about small-town newspapers, so she knew how . . .

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