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Julia Shumway

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Bend, OR
City Hall Reporter — The Bulletin (Bend, OR)
As seen in: The Bulletin (Bend, OR), ABC News, The Washington Post, Fox News, Associated Press, SFGate, The Boston Globe, Seattle Times and 176 more

Now: City hall reporter at @TheBulletin. Then: @AP, @TheHawkEye, @azcentral, @cronkitenews, EIC @statepress. Always: Gryffindor, First Amendment fangirl.

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Biography

Julia Shumway is a digital journalist and alumna of Arizona State University now covering the Nebraska Unicameral Legislature as part of a two-person team for the Associated Press. She's also covered city and county government in southeast Iowa, served as a thorn in the side of Arizona politician...

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@JMShumway — 1,094 followers, 9,391 tweets

Nov 21, 2017

@davidnwelton Oh wow! Between that and the eternal night Alaska gets, I might only have 49 possible final destinations.

Nov 21, 2017

Brief detour through one of the 50 cities I ultimately plan to live in to check out what may be the country’s wettest statehouse. https://t.co/E1XgyTSqkh https://t.co/0rYFnYvwE6

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Have you ever used a typewriter?

Yes, though I definitely prefer a laptop.

Who's your favorite fictional journalist?

She still has a season and a half and a movie to disappoint me, but Veronica Mars is the best so far.

What's your favorite social network?

Twitter

Iowa Associated Press Media Editors Award

2017 - Continuing News Coverage
I placed second for continuing news coverage in the Iowa Associated Press Media Editors' annual awards for articles I wrote over a 10-month span about a small, struggling Iowa town. These stories followed Mount Union and the people who live there through disputes related to the city's state-mandated new sewer system and an eventual decision to unincorporate.

Iowa Newspaper Association Award

2017 - Front Page Design
The Hawk Eye placed third in its division (daily newspapers with circulations of 10,000 or more) for front page design. Two of my designs and one by another editor were submitted. The Hawk Eye was the only finalist to have editors lay out pages, as the other two winners outsource their design to centralized hubs.