Storme Jones, a News9 reporter, was recognized with the Oklahoma Farm Bureau Journalist of the Year Award on Nov. 6 during the organization’s 80th Annual Meeting in Norman.
The award honors a working member of the news media for accurate and regular reports about Farm Bureau news, agricultural and rural issues.
“We are grateful for Storme’s willingness to share the agriculture story with the Oklahoma City metropolitan area,” said Rodd Moesel, OKFB president. “We are grateful for his active interest in seeking and reporting agriculture stories that connect our state’s farmers and ranchers with consumers.”
The Oklahoma City-based broadcast journalist was chosen for the award for his excitement to report on agriculture issues. Jones reported the numerous pieces on issues facing Oklahoma farmers and ranchers including unprecedented winter weather, wheat harvest and more.
The Oklahoma Farm Bureau Annual Meeting is the organization’s largest gathering of farmers and ranchers every year. At the event, members vote on grassroots policy, elect leaders and award outstanding individuals. OKFB has a presence in all 77 Oklahoma counties and serves as the voice of agriculture and the rural way of life. To learn more, visit www.okfarmbureau.org.