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Author Jane Wolfe Discusses Latest Book at Gramercy Event

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Journalist Jane Wolfe grew up in Bexley as part of a family that owned The Dispatch for many years. After graduating from Denison College in Granville in 1981, he moved to Dallas, where he took a job as a news reporter and later as a social editor.

The Morning News’ editor at the time was Burl Osborne, who had just joined the company in 1980. He worked for the AP for many years, from 1972 to 1974 he worked in Columbus as the AP’s Ohio Bureau Chief. He became the editor and publisher of His Morning News before retiring in 2001.

Osborne is famous not only as a journalist but also as one of the first recipients of a kidney transplant.

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