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It’s time to prepare yourselves for the photography contests at this year’s OWAA conference in Billings, Montana. There are great prizes, as well as a cash bonus for winners of the photo scavenger hunt and a $300 cash prize for the second annual all comers, Essence of the Conference Contest.
Yellowstone National Park is only a short drive away from Billings, Montana, where OWAA hosts its conference in July.
The Billings, Montana, area is rich with hiking opportunities, from trails along the Yellowstone River, to paths taking you above the city on the weather-sculpted cliffs known as the Rimrocks.
The windmill graphic on my Iowa driver’s license is a fitting symbol for the energy revolution sweeping the state.
My fascination with marine life started when I was 6 years old on my first fishing trip. I spent hours watching fish in home aquariums, trying to glean the secrets that would allow me to outsmart them with my rod.
In the world of publishing, editors and writers have a symbiotic relationship.
Aframed map of the world, crisscrossed with lines of varying colors showing his travels hung in his study at home.
OWAA celebrates its 90th birthday next year. With such a big birthday looming (celebration preparations are in the works now), and as my year serving as your president winds down, it’s only natural to look back not only over the last year, but also over OWAA’s history.
It seems every week there is another story about how media and communication is changing. Some of these are depressing, another article on layoffs at another esteemed newspaper.