The Dallas Morning News‘ Robert Miller has seen it all. From city editor to business columnist, Bob has been a mainstay at Dallas’ daily newspaper. When he started in 1951, manual typewriters and smoking in the newsroom were the rule of the day. It was a time before Woodward-Bernstein glamorized journalism and when reporters made less than dogcatchers.
Today marks Bob’s 59th anniversary with The News.
Tip of the hat, Bob.