Writing the Northwest: A Reporter Looks Back


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Award-winning, amiable journalist Hill Williams began his career at the Kennewick Courier-Reporter in 1948 and later became a science writer for the Seattle Times. Now, after decades spent reporting Northwest news, he transforms his most memorable and favorite stories into inviting, candid narratives. He writes about Hanford, a Coast Guard officer's heroism, whale-hunting in canoes, studying salmon at the University of Washington, and a famous dog-sled run. He recounts growing up on the dry side of Washington during the ...

Writing the Northwest: A Reporter Looks Back 2017, Washington State University Press

ISBN-13: 9780874223453

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