Bonnie Knaggs was honored by the House of Representatives, being entered into “The Congressional Record”.

CONGRATS Bonnie!!!

Bob Latta on Facebook:  “Marcia and I enjoyed the Good Ole Summertime Festival in North Baltimore today (July 27, 2019). While there, I had the opportunity to present a Congressional Record to Bonnie Knaggs, who recently retired as editor of the North Baltimore News. Thank you for more than a decade of service in journalism, Bonnie!”

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From the Congressional Record Online through the Government Publishing Office [www.gpo.gov]




 IN RECOGNITION OF THE CAREER AND SERVICE OF NORTH BALTIMORE'S BONNIE 
                                 KNAGGS

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                          HON. ROBERT E. LATTA

                                of ohio

                    in the house of representatives

                         Friday, June 15, 2018

  Mr. LATTA. Mr. Speaker, I want to recognize the commitment and 
dedication of longtime reporter and editor, Bonnie Knaggs, who recently 
retired as editor of the North Baltimore News. Bonnie has dedicated 
more than half of her life to reporting the news and has done a 
wonderful job serving the North Baltimore community.
  A Bloom Township native and graduate of North Baltimore High School, 
Bonnie has been a village resident for 80 years. What initially began 
as a hobby taking picture out of her apartment windows soon 
transitioned into a career in newspapers. In 1959, Bonnie started work 
at North Baltimore News selling newspaper subscriptions before being 
named editor just six years later.
  Throughout her decades-long career, Bonnie has served as a 
bookkeeper, photographer, and reporter. Her work as editor for the 
newspaper helped ensure that residents could stay up-to-date on what 
was happening in their community.
  Bonnie helped cover some of the most important moments in her 
community including the installation of the first traffic lights and a 
massive fire at the Trout furniture building downtown. I want to thank 
her for her years of service to North Baltimore and wish her all the 
best in her well-earned retirement.

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