About Katherine Long
LONG, KATHERINE has worked at the Seattle Times since 1990, where she's been a reporter, news editor, school guide editor and most recently research editor. She currently oversees a staff of researchers and maintains the newsroom's Intranet site of tools and databases. She also writes a summary of the week's news for the Weekly Review page in Sunday's paper. Prior to joining the Times, she worked at the Bellevue (WA) Journal-American, the Orlando (FL) Sentinel and the Gastonia (NC) Gazette. Long is a graduate of the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill with a degree in journalism, but learned how to be a journalism multi-tasker in high school at her parent's weekly newspaper in Winter Park, FL, where she took pictures, developed film, set type, wrote stories, did paste-up and addressed 3,000 papers for weekly postal delivery. She enjoys photography, playing the piano, bicycling (training for the 200-mile Seattle to Portland ride in July), running and family activities with her husband and two children.
- Was accepted for May 20-25 2007 Multimedia Training.
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Content on this site written by Katherine Long (includes contributory writing):
- Are we safe from the next killer quake?
- Thousands of highway overpasses throughout California are in danger of failing during a catastrophic earthquake. Civil engineers are taking a close look at the way bearings – the components sandwiched ...