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By Bonnie Davidson
The Courier 

Shipp Moves Herself & Her Broadcasts Home

Her Reports Will Originate From FES Office


Bonnie Davidson / The Courier

Haylie Shipp, a GHS graduate and Glasgow area native, was welcomed back to the area this week. The radio personality will be broadcasting for the Northern Ag Network in an office at Farm Equipment Sales.

Another Glasgow area native was welcomed back to town this week. Haylie Shipp, farm broadcaster for the Northern Ag Network, was given a welcome home celebration at Farm Equipment Sales.

FES general manager Sarah Swanson Partridge created the gathering to welcome Shipp, who will have an office in the building for her to work and broadcast reports.

Shipp graduated from Glasgow High School in 2003 and headed to Miles City Community College, where she completed her AA and AS degrees in 2005. She explained that originally she wanted to be a veterinarian, but after an internship with the Northern Ag Network she found something else she enjoyed doing. The internship in 2006 gained her a part-time position.

She moved to Billings to attend Montana State University and worked to obtain her degree in mass communications with a minor in biology. She completed her work there in 2008.

Over the last several years she's worked full time with the network and broadcasts in Wyoming, Montana and the western Dakotas. She said it's broad area to cover.

Shipp now will be able to broadcast locally and live close to her family.


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