Western Illinois University junior Emily Manley won first place in the state for television news reporting at the Illinois News Broadcasting Association Spring Convention held April 22-24 in Springfield.
Western Illinois University junior Emily Manley won first place in the state for television news reporting at the Illinois News Broadcasting Association Spring Convention held April 22-24 in Springfield. Picasa Courtesy photo
Western Illinois University junior Emily Manley won first place in the state for television news reporting at the Illinois News Broadcasting Association Spring Convention held April 22-24 in Springfield. Picasa Courtesy photo

HHS grad wins first in the state in television news reporting

May 04, 2016 10:15 AM

UPDATED May 04, 2016 12:02 PM

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