Wilson Ring

Wilson Ring

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Wilson Ring is the Vermont correspondent of The AP. A 35-year veteran reporter, including 25 years at The Associated Press in Montpelier, VT, he served in the Peace Corps in Ecuador from 1979-1981. For five years in the 1980s he worked as a free-lance reporter in Central America, and, as a freelance reporter for Newsday in Honduras, he was a finalist, along with the paper’s staff, for the 1991 Pulitzer Prize for a series of stories about a Bronx social club fire that killed 87 Hondurans. In 2012, he received the Associated Press Media Editor (APME) Charles Rowe award, as part of the Montpelier staff, for reporting on the aftermath of Tropical Storm Irene. He still lives in Waterbury, not far from where Murphy was safely caught and returned to his family.
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