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Monicia Warner

News Feature Reporter with Multimedia Experience

Location icon United States

Monicia Warner is a graduate of The University of Southern Mississippi where she obtained a Bachelor's degree in news editorial journalism with a minor in communication studies. She currently works as an Administrative Assistant at Kidder Mathews, a commercial real estate company, where she assists in creating, revising and maintaining flyers, packages and other marketing materials for 100+ commercial real estate listings in the Greater Portland area. She previously worked as a Communications Specialist at Paragon BioTeck, Inc., where she curated content for both digital and print media and oversaw social media and public relations activities. She has worked as a news assistant and reporter at The Bulletin in Bend, Oregon covering transportation, education and nonprofit organizations across Central Oregon. She was named a Chips Quinn Scholar in spring 2014 and participated in a week-long multimedia training course in Nashville, Tenn. She is a former news editor and reporter for The Student Printz, USM's student newspaper. She is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists and Public Relations Society of America.

The Bulletin
Oregon National Guard program helps teens, families

EAGLE CREST - Brooke Blythe, 15, of Bend, is dealing with deployment for the first time. Her dad, Spc. Jesse Blythe, 31, deployed with the Oregon Army National Guard 1-82 Cavalry Squadron in June and isn't expected to return until July 2015. To help her cope with his deployment, she

The Bulletin
Bend High senior plans to climb for a cause

Most high school seniors are focused on classes, homework and various extracurricular activities leading to graduation in May. In her final year at Bend High School, Bella Wiener is juggling her International Baccalaureate coursework with a fundraising project set to take her to the summit of the world's highest freestanding mountain next summer.

The Bulletin
St. Charles pet policy to change Wednesday

Starting Wednesday, visitors to St. Charles hospitals and medical centers throughout Central Oregon will have to leave their pets at home or at the door. A new policy will go into effect Oct. 1, limiting pets in St. Charles facilities to service animals and approved therapy dogs.

The Bulletin
Central Oregon vets reflect on Normandy invasion

Bob Shotwell and Ed Rose consider themselves "lucky." On this day 70 years ago, they participated in one of the pivotal invasions of World War II and still have vivid memories of the experience. The war stories of these two Central Oregon veterans began at 19 and 17, respectively. Their


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