Times editor Speaks on panel at Ozark Press Association meeting

Wednesday, February 28, 2018
Kyle Troutman, editor of the Monett TImes, answers a question from the audience at an Ozark Press Association membership meeting on Friday at the Botanical Garden in Springfield. The title of the question-and-answer-style convention was ‘Excellence Under Pressure.’ Troutman was selected as one of four panelists to share his views on issues within the subject title affecting journalism and the operation of newspaper enterprises today. Other panelists pictured include, from left: Tricia Chapman, Christian County Headliner-News general manager, and Norene Prososki, Ozark County Times owner and publisher. Julia Kilmer/The Monett Times

Kyle Troutman, editor of The Monett Times, answers a question from the audience at an Ozark Press Association membership meeting on Friday at the Botanical Garden in Springfield.

Joplin Globe Editor Carol Stark, right, shared her perspective and ideas on down-sized newspaper staff and how newspapers can still maintain production in today’s busy climate at a question-and-answer-styled panel entitled, ‘Excellence Under Pressure’ during a meeting of the Ozark Press Association in Springfield Friday. Monett Times Editor Kyle Troutman, left, was also a panelist at the event. Other newspapers represented were Tricia Chapman, left middle, Christian County Headliner-News general manager, and Norene Prososki, Ozark County Times owner and publisher. Julia Kilmer/The Monett Times
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