Tilly Marlatt

Tilly Marlatt is a multimedia journalist and producer for WTHI-TV in Terre Haute.

Title: Multi-Media Journalist
tilly.marlatt@wthitv.com

She graduated from DePauw University in May 2019 with a degree in English Writing. During her time at DePauw, she anchored for D3TV, the student TV station, produced for 91.5 WGRE-FM, and captured photos for the university newspaper, The DePauw.

She produced a documentary during her senior year exploring the local food movement on campus.

Tilly has previously interned at News 21 based at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism, the Zionsville Times Sentinel, the Bob and Tom Radio Show, and Radio One Indianapolis.

Her work has received recognition from the Hoosier State Press Association and the Society of Professional Journalists.

Tilly is a lifelong Hoosier. She grew up on a farm near Attica, Indiana. When she’s not telling stories, you may find her capturing photos, running or hiking at a state park.

Tilly is looking forward to telling stories in the Wabash Valley. You can contact her at tilly.marlatt@wthitv.com or on Twitter at @Tilly_WTHI.

Recent Posts by Tilly Marlatt

Lt. Gov. Crouch visits Sullivan

She sat down with Mayor Clint Lamb, the Office of Community and Rural Affairs, and the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority.

First Female Commander to lead 181st Intelligence Wing

Col. Tami Saylor is the first female wing commander for the 181st Intelligence Wing.

Job opportunities available for the 2020 Census

Positions range from recruiting assistants to field workers.

Worthington Town Marshal resigns following suspension

The Worthington Town Council accepted Town Marshal Randy Raney’s resignation at an executive session on November 12. Raney cited "personal reasons" behind his decision to resign.

Signature Healthcare inducts 4 into hall of fame

John Turner, Mary Beth Pennington, Phyllis Romine and David Handley are joining Signature Healthcare’s Hall of Fame.

Winter weather doesn’t stop electronic waste day

The Vigo County Solid Waste Management District offers the public an opportunity to drop-off electronic items every couple of months.

Stitched in Time opens new storefront in Sullivan

The business is now located in the former Sullivan Union building.

Area schools prepare for state marching band finals

Northview High School has a longstanding history of competing in the competition. Tomorrow will mark the 35th year the school has made it to the finals.

Sullivan receives grant for mosquito sprayer, backhoe

The City of Sullivan received a $20,000 grant from Smithville Charitable Foundation.

Clay Co. Historical Society hosts meet and greet with Col. David W. Eberly

Eberly grew up in Brazil and attended Indiana State University before starting his career with the U.S. Air Force.

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