Bill Minor was one of the nation’s preeminent journalists during the civil rights movement, mentoring several young reporters who worked in the state and went on to win Pulitizer Prizes. He is pictured here delivering a eulogy at the funeral of one of those reporters, Jack “Scoop” Nelson, who once worked at the Sun Herald’s predecessor, the Daily Herald.
Bill Minor was one of the nation’s preeminent journalists during the civil rights movement, mentoring several young reporters who worked in the state and went on to win Pulitizer Prizes. He is pictured here delivering a eulogy at the funeral of one of those reporters, Jack “Scoop” Nelson, who once worked at the Sun Herald’s predecessor, the Daily Herald. TIM ISBELL ttisbell@sunherald.com File
Bill Minor was one of the nation’s preeminent journalists during the civil rights movement, mentoring several young reporters who worked in the state and went on to win Pulitizer Prizes. He is pictured here delivering a eulogy at the funeral of one of those reporters, Jack “Scoop” Nelson, who once worked at the Sun Herald’s predecessor, the Daily Herald. TIM ISBELL ttisbell@sunherald.com File

Bill Minor, Mississippi’s dean of journalism, dies at 93

March 28, 2017 10:01 AM

UPDATED March 28, 2017 02:25 PM

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