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Harold Cousland Fund For Young Journalists Scholarship

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Provided by: Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico
Type: Scholarship
Amount: about $625

Harold was Editor of the Las Cruces Sun-News from December 1991 until he died at age 58 on September 21, 2001. Cousland's 37-year career as a journalist included reporting and editing positions at major papers and small town weeklies. In addition to the Sun-News, he worked at Deming Headlight and Graphic, the Santa Fe New Mexican, the Albuquerque Journal and the Arizona Republic

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Graduating senior from Doña Ana or Luna Counties; enrollment at college with an interest in journalism; demonstrated participation in high school activities, particularly related to writing; reputable grade point average; special talents and community involvement.

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