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Reporter

Terry J. Aman, American Reporter. Member Bottineau (North Dakota) Cmty. Theater, 1994-1996; member Devils Lake Prairie Players, since 1997. Member North Dakota Newspaper Association (newspapers in education committee member 1994-1995, Hon.mention for agricultural reporting 1994, Honorary mention for best overall design 1995, First Place Governmental reporting 1996).

Background

Aman, Terry J. was born on March 11, 1970 in Minneapolis. Son of Rupert James and Shirley Ethel Aman.

Education

Bachelor in Mass Communications, Political Science, University North Dakota, 1993.

Career

Editor Bottineau (North Dakota) Courant, 1993-1996. Reporter Devils Lake (North Dakota) Journal, 1996-1999. Staff writer Minot (North Dakota) Daily News, 1999-2000, features editor, since 2000.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Developmental Economic Policy and the Third World, 1993.

Religion

The objective people wish to attain is not merely to be saved from something. God wishes his children to be saved to something.

Politics

The commitment of individual Christians to work for social and political change should be recognized as a fully legitimate form of Christian discipleship.

Views

Different kinds of small groups inside the overall Methodist movement should be encouraged to developed, so that both leaders and members of the societies could receive support and challenge in their faith.

Membership

Member Bottineau (North Dakota) Community Theater, 1994-1996. Member Devils Lake Pioneer Players, 1997-1999, Mouse River Players, since 1999. Member North Dakota Newspaper Association (newspapers in education committee member 1994-1995, Honorary mention for agricultural reporting 1994, Honorary mention for best overall design 1995, 1st place Governmental reporting 1996, 3d place Spot News 1997, 1st place Spot News 1998, 2d place Governmental reporting series, Honorary mention feature reporting 1999).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: physical training, writing, journaling, reading, religious study.

Connections

father:
Rupert James

mother:
Shirley Ethel Aman