Nebraska Authors

Ted Turpin

Died 2016-12-05
Tuscon, AZ (USA)

Editor of the North Platte Telegraph in the late 1950s. 1961, served briefly as Admin. Asst. to U.S. Representative Dave Martin in Washingto, D.C. 1962-1964 Midwest agricultural reporter, Wall Street Journal. From 1964 on he lived in Arizona, where he left his position as business and financial editor of the Tuscon Daily Citizen, to pursue his own publishing ventures, a weekly local newspaper and Homes Illustrated, which eventually appeared in five states.

Places Lived

Chadron, NE
North Platte, NE
Washington, DC
Chicago, IL
Cleveland, OH
Tuscon, AZ

Author Of

  • Journalism

Education

Chadron State College, 1954.

Associations

Served as president of the Nebraska Associated Press Managing Editors Association while at the North Platte Telegraph.

Bibliography

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