People of Northwest Public Radio
Bonnie Stewart spent 20 years reporting for daily metropolitan newspapers. She was on the projects team for The Indianapolis Star and The Press-Enterprise in Riverside. CA. Before joining OPB, she spent six years as a journalism professor at West Virginia University, where she taught public affairs reporting and ethics. In 2011, she published a book, “No.9: The1968 Farmington Mine Disaster,” which details the negligence that led to the death of 78 men. Her work has earned many awards, including the George Polk Award and the Sigma Delta Chi Award for public service. What I cover: Anything that impacts the environment.