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Journalists from Louisiana: Woody Jenkins, Dan Richey, Tom Colten, Ron Gomez, Stanley R. Tiner, Joe D. Smith, JR., Adras Laborde, Grits Gresham Source Wikipedia

Journalists from Louisiana: Woody Jenkins, Dan Richey, Tom Colten, Ron Gomez, Stanley R. Tiner, Joe D. Smith, JR., Adras Laborde, Grits Gresham

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Published August 19th 2011
ISBN : 9781233099825
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66 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 64. Chapters: Woody Jenkins, Dan Richey, Tom Colten, Ron Gomez, Stanley R. Tiner, Joe D. Smith, Jr., Adras LaBorde,MorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 64. Chapters: Woody Jenkins, Dan Richey, Tom Colten, Ron Gomez, Stanley R. Tiner, Joe D. Smith, Jr., Adras LaBorde, Grits Gresham, Elizabeth Bisland, Dud Lastrapes, Sarah Hudson-Pierce, Lloyd E. Lenard, Mary Evelyn Parker, Lee Fletcher, Ned Touchstone, Edith Killgore Kirkpatrick, Charles T. Beaird, Bill Keith, Hodding Carter, Sam Hanna, Robert Angers, Moon Griffon, Jeffrey D. Sadow, David William Thomas, Wiley W. Hilburn, Charles E. Maple, J. Frank Colbert, Rupert Peyton, W. K. Henderson, Bryant W. Bailey, Pap Dean, Felix Edward H bert, Robert Ewing, Sue Eakin, Michael P. Dunne, George W. Shannon, Beth Courtney, Ed Cullen, Meredith Calhoun, Harold King, Edmund Graves Brown, Kenneth L. Dixon, John LaPlante, Liz Swaine, Tim Greening, John D. Ewing, Douglas F. Attaway, Lane Crockett, Norman L. Richardson, Ken Case, Jacob Haight Morrison, Robert Ewing III. Excerpt: Louis Elwood Woody Jenkins (born January 3, 1947) is a newspaper editor in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, who served as a member of the Louisiana House of Representatives from 1972-2000 and waged three unsuccessful races for the United States Senate. Jenkins was born in Baton Rouge, and attended Istrouma High School, where he served as student body president and was valedictorian. While in high school, Jenkins worked as a radio newsman at WLCS and in college as an announcer at WAFB-TV, the CBS affiliate in Baton Rouge. While at the Louisiana State University School of Journalism, he became the conservative columnist for the LSU student newspaper, The Daily Reveille. At age nineteen, while still in journalism school, Jenkins and his future wife, the former Diane Aker, started a community weekly newspaper, the North Baton Rouge Journal, which was honored by the Louisiana Press Association for editorial writing. Jenkins received a B. A. degree in journalism from LSU in 1969 and a ...