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Journalism Portfolio

Written for Bloom

Betz, M. “Arepas Venezuelan Gastropub: A New Take on Hispanic CuisineBloom, June/July 2019.

Betz, M. “The French Way: Start the Weekend with Aperitif at La Vie en RoseBloom, April/May 2019.

Betz, M. “The Crazy Horse Tavern: Where the Food Shines.” Bloom, April/May 2019.

Betz, M. “Gaza: Fine Japanese Cuisine With an Elegant Ambience.” Bloom, February/March 2019.

Betz, M. “Fresh, Local Food Available at Winter Farmers’ Market.” Bloom, February/March 2019.

Betz, M. “Osteria Rago: Real Italian With a Dash of Americano.” Bloom, February/March 2019.

Betz, M. “Feta Kitchen + Café: Bring the Kids and Eat Healthy.” Bloom, December 2018/January 2019.

Written for the Wapakoneta Daily News, 2007 and 2010

Area farm hits the mark with customers

Artist uses acryllics to explore abstract thought

Changes all around for C'ville teacher

Closing of school, moving to new building bittersweet

Cridersville School brings students, village together

Family tradition arises at Northridge

For one teacher education was always more than an occupation

Garnering interest in Gettysburg

Grad wants class 'to change world'

Lady in Pink

Local pens new business

Local rider enters sixth GOBA

Long-time principal started with the birth of Centennial

Looking through the glass

Lotridge keeps pace in class, sports 

Native plays key role in company's jump to NYSE

Nothing Kills local's joy in sewing

Principal based on principals: Selvaggio takes on new role

Principal Newland: Connection to past, present and future

Purse-uing an art

Senior finds his calling

Separation of church and state

Staying in touch with history

Talking to the animals

Teaching in home district

Top student enters bio-engineering

Wapak senior can go, go, go

Wapakoneta area's undiscovered sweet treat

Waxing poetic over soy-based candles

WHS grad ready for bigger stage