Courtney Flatt
Courtney Flatt

Courtney Flatt

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Courtney Flatt began her journalism career at The Dallas Morning News as a neighbors editor. There, she also wrote articles for the Metro section, where she reported on community issues ranging from water security to the arts.

Courtney earned her master’s in convergence journalism at the University of Missouri and developed a love for radio and documentary film. As a producer at KBIA-FM she hosted a weekly business show, reported and produced talk shows on community and international issues. Her work took her from the unemployment lines, to a methamphetamine bust, to the tornado damage aftermath in Joplin, Mo.

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Kaf Adventures leads guided climbs of Washington and Oregon peaks, like this one in the Washington Cascades. But the business was largely put on hold as coronavirus shutdowns required.

Outdoor Guides Look To Get Clients Back To Northwest Summits

It’s been a rough couple of months for outdoor recreation businesses – from mountaineering and rock climbing guides to river rafting. Outdoor rec brings in big bucks, especially to many of the rural communities that act as gateways.


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