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S'News Hall of Fame inductee Tom Riordan dies

Tom Riordan, a former Jackson Citizen Patriot managing editor who was inducted into the State News Hall of Fame in 2008, has died.

State News alum Charlie Cain remembered for his decades covering state Capitol

Award-winning Michigan journalist Charlie Cain died Saturday at Detroit's Henry Ford Hospital following a brief, but valiant battle with cancer.

Register Now! 2011 State News Golf Outing

Join us on Saturday, July 23, 2011 at The Emerald Golf Course in St. Johns for an inaugural golf outing to support the scholarships and programs of the State News Alumni Association.

Former journalism school director to be 2010 State News Hall of Fame inductee

The State News Alumni Association will honor Michigan State University Ombudsman Stan Soffin, who led the MSU School of Journalism from 1982 to 1998, as a 2010 inductee to the State News Hall of Fame.

Hall of Fame member, former Ford press secretary Jerald terHorst dies

Jerald terHorst, a State News alumnus who was inducted into the alumni Hall of Fame, died March 31. He was 87.

Pulitzer winners Elrick, Schaefer to bring ‘Kwame Sutra’ to Lansing

Meet Pulitzer Prize-winning Detroit Free Press reporters M.L. Elrick and Jim Schaefer at a journalism scholarship benefit and signing for their book, “The Kwame Sutra: Musings on Lust, Life and Leadership from Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick,” at the Nuthouse Sports Grill in Lansing from 7-9 p.m. Tuesday, March 16. The reporters uncovered the text message scandal that led to Kilpatrick’s resignation.

FCC 'dean' Quello dies at 95

State News Hall of Fame member James Quello, a former FCC commissioner and acting chairman, has died. He was 95.

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Stories about a Rather Hall fight that resulted in the dismissal of a pair of MSU football players drove Web traffic to record levels recently.

Carter honored by CAS as 'Rising Star'

State News alum Kelley L. Carter is being honored by the College of Communication Arts & Sciences with its 2010 CAS Rising Star Alumni Award.

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