Ruth’s back and the torch has been passed once again.
Yes, I’m headed down to Quesnel to do some sport reporting now that Ruth is ready for action. And though I’m excited for the future, It’s sad to leave all the awesome people I’ve met here in the Fort.
It’s been an interesting couple of months for me here. I’ve covered a far greater range of events than I ever expected I would have. From Enbridge to art, I’ve wrote about it all, and it’s kept me on my toes.
As a result of the range of stories I’ve relied on a cross-section of the town for information. I’ve met a lot of interesting and passionate people that make this town a great place to live.
The diversity, both in content and people, has made this paper a great place to start a career in journalism. I’ve had plenty of help from the people here, as well as enough experience to train me in a multitude sectors. It has really been an invaluable time for me.
But life moves on, and it’s moving me on down the road. So, au revoir, auf wiedersehen, adios, arrivederci, annyeong (and that’s just the As).
And now back to your regularly scheduled program.