Sally Maxwell, managing editor at the Sequoyah County Times, graduated from Indiana University's Ernie Pyle School of Journalism. She was a stringer for the Tulsa World and the American Quarter Horse Association Journal before she joined the Times in 1979. Maxwell always wanted to be a writer; she wrote, published and sold her own neighborhood newspaper at the age of nine. Her goal has always been to write well and tell the truth!
[OK 0301] - Part 1: Intro and Contribution (2:21)
Sally Maxwell, managing editor of the Sequoyah County Times, Sallisaw, Okla., introduces herself and summarizes the key contributions of her newspaper to its rural Oklahoma community.
[OK 0302] - Part 2: Ethics and Content (2:54)
Sally Maxwell, managing editor of the Sequoyah County Times, Sallisaw, Okla., describes how ethical standards drive her newspaper and compares professional newspaper content with Internet blogs.
[OK 0303] - Part 3: Strategic Changes and Career Prospects (4:16)
Sally Maxwell, managing editor of the Sequoyah County Times, Sallisaw, Okla., describes recent changes at her newspaper and prospects for careers in journalism.