Catharine Huddle is a long-time Lincoln, NE, journalist. She started her career at the Lincoln Journal in 1978, moving from the “death and weather girl” position to a reporter for the city desk to covering the state’s prison system. She was eventually promoted to weekend editor/assistant city editor for the newspaper, which is now known as the Journal Star.
She earned a bachelor of science degree in political science and awards including the Silver Gavel from the American Bar Association, the Thomas C. Sorensen Award and numerous Associated Press honors. She also has taught communications and journalism classes at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Huddle took a buyout from Journal Star owner Lee Enterprises in March 2017 and now works as a freelance editor and writer.