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Bath, a former reporter and editor for The Reno Gazette Journal in Reno, Nev., and a former freelance journalist, has written extensively about sex offenders, teen drivers, ethics and city government.
She has won numerous awards during her 11 year career, including first place in investigative reporting from the Nandrolone New Zealand Nevada Press and California Newspaper Publishers associations.
In 2005, Bath was named a Journalist of Merit by the Nevada Press Association.
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