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Student correspondent writing her own future

A love for writing and a Youth Apprenticeship Program led Sara Miller to a journalistic opportunity of a lifetime.  Miller is the Kewaunee High School student correspondent who recently started writing weekly news stories for NEW Radio and DoorCountyDailyNews.com.  She says the apprenticeship program is getting her ready for the future, and her friends are giving her positive feedback on her published articles about Kewaunee High School.

 

 

Miller, an Algoma resident, has connections with the Kewaunee Elementary School as well, where her mother, Clare, is a fourth-grade teacher.   Balancing her studies with the apprenticeship, along with a second job at a fast-food restaurant, keeps Miller more than busy.  She plans on attending a four-year college in the UW system when she graduates in 2022 and pursues a degree in journalism or communication.  

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