How exciting to be writing my first blog as an Editorial Assistant, instead of an Intern. It's been a fun couple months here at Lethbridge living, adjusting to life in the working world. I've moved into an actual office, with my very own desk and chair, and I don't have any homework. All in all, I'd say no longer being a full-time student is growing on me.
Articles in Category: Agriculture / Country
Over the last month or so it's been fairly slow in the office. Our May/June issue came out the second week of May, which meant getting a start on my new stories for the July/August issue.
For the three weeks I worked on my articles I had a constant rumbling in my tummy paired with sporadic food cravings, as–spoiler alert–both stories were centred on home-grown food.
If you've been following this year's series on ghost towns, I'm sad to say it's over but I'm also glad to be starting something new. For our November/December issue we featured Lille in the Crowsnest Pass. You haven't heard of this once booming mining town? It's actually one of the more popular ghost towns in the area. With this popularity comes a flood of stories, news articles and Google searches, all about Lille. Some stories are credible, some not. This is where the fun part comes in.