Rose spent nine years working as a meeting correspondent for her local newspaper. She attended city council and school board meetings every month. Rose learned first hand how local governments work and operate. Rose saw how politics work on the local level, and how cooperation is necessary to get anything done. She could tell you the differences between a sewer department and a water department. Rose knows how to remain impartial and keep her writing neutral when covering hot button issues. Rose uses her writing to highlight small town achievements and the local governments and leaders that operate them. Besides writing for the newspaper, Rose also comes with a Bachelor's Degree in History that informs her why government operates in America the way it does. Her love of history encourages her to understand and learn more about government issues and topics on a local and federal level.