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In the previous article, we discussed the importance of both digital and traditional journalism, how it is highly unlikely that print journalism will ever go extinct. Ryan Carroll editorial staff member and writer for Miami Valley Newspapers and former graduate of Wright State says, “they both have their place.” As we discussed before, the questionContinue reading “Traditional vs. Digital Journalism Part 2”
Journalism has been a part of communities and society since the early 1600s. And prior to that, news was spread primarily by word of mouth. But true journalism meant that the news was to be reported as accurately as possible. As more papers went to print, competition to deliver the biggest headlines ahead of anyoneContinue reading “Traditional vs. Digital Journalism”
Below freezing temperatures, iced over water troughs, snowy and slushy fields, and frozen fingers and toes. Believe it or not, we don’t stop for winter at Sarajevo Stables. Although it can get pretty cold during winter at the barn, we still give riding lessons year-around. Winter can be especially good for our students who struggleContinue reading “Winter Wonderland at Sarajevo”
Have you ever seen a horse dance? A special breed of horse, called the Paso Fino are known for their movement and special gait which looks like dancing. Paso Finos are very unique horses and difficult to ride. Watch a video of a Paso Fino ‘dancing.’ In October, we found a little Paso Fino namedContinue reading “Dancing Horse”
Imagine being a little kid and your mom just woke you up on a Monday morning. It is your first day of horse camp. You get your boots ready and you wear your favorite horse shirt. Showing up on the first day is a little nerve wracking. You do not know any of the peopleContinue reading “Summer Camp at Sarajevo Stables”
This is where our goal and mission starts getting a little bit confusing. We are a horse farm but recently we have some new additions that do not quite fit into that category. Meet Maisy the cow and Nacho the donkey. How exactly do these guys fit in with the horses? If we are beingContinue reading “Did You Say a Donkey and a Cow??”
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