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Quasius joins Times' staff

Tuesday, September 18, 2007

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Melinda Quasius
The Brazil Times welcomed Melinda Quasius as a staff reporter Monday.

Quasius is a native of Wisconsin and graduated from Butler University with a degree in Broadcast Journalism.

She has previously worked for Sports and More, a publication based in Hendricks County, in addition to working at WXIN Fox 59.

"I'm thrilled to have the chance to work such passionate people in a tight-knit community like Clay County," Quasius said.

Quasius will cover the education beat for The Brazil Times, in addition to various other items.

Those wishing to contact Quasius should call 446-2216, Ext. 235 or e-mail melinda.quasius@gmail.com


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Dear Melinda,

I just read that you will be covering the education news Clay County. I hope that you are aware that the Clay County teachers are embroiled in a 5 year contract dispute that is currently the longest running contract dispute in Indiana. I hope you will call Russ True, North Clay Middle School, Clay Community Teachers Association President to discuss this issue. Clay County is a very sad place for teachers to be in at this time.

-- Posted by 5longyears on Tue, Sep 18, 2007, at 10:00 PM


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