Jennifer Lee Preyss is an award-winning reporter and columnist, native Atlantan, and proud Southerner -- just don't tell her Yankee father. For the past four years Jennifer has worked as both an environmental and political reporter for a large newspaper conglomerate, and as a freelance journalist in the Southeast.
Jennifer covers religion and general assignments for the Victoria Advocate, and ranges in Jackson and Refugio County. Her weekly religion features and "Revelations" column runs in Saturday's Faith section.
In addition to writing, Jennifer enjoys culinary experimentation, designing jewelry, writing music, and taking her min-pin, Sadie, on long walks. She invites you to contact her with story ideas, or to provide helpful hints about navigating her new Texas residence.
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While the Goliad County PRCA Rodeo barrel racers prepared to ride out of the chute on horseback, Stormie Lutz, 17, walked into the arena and stood next to rodeo clown Troy "Wild Child" Lerwill.
Resting on a discarded couch cushion, salvaged from a bedraggled couch along the Guadalupe River, Richard Ameen took a nap under a bridge.
The long gravel road to Travis Madden's driveway will be quieter in the weeks to come without his oversized tires kicking up dust. The echoing boom of Madden driving up to his house was much like his personality and confidence on the baseball mound - big.
REFUGIO - The Refugio Round Table Coffee Club fires up when the talk turns to the beloved Bobcats.