The Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer, a 21,407 circulation (30,380 Sunday) daily newspaper located along the Ohio River in northwestern Kentucky on the Indiana border, is looking to hire a full-time education reporter.
They’re looking for someone with a year or two of reporting experience or a recent college graduate with internship experience. It’s a pretty rare opportunity — not just because it’s a newspaper hiring someone instead of firing them, but because the Messenger-Inquirer staff has very little turnover.
How many newspapers do you know of that would ever promote a photographer to city editor? This one did. They also left another important fact out of the job description: the Messenger-Inquirer’s only two miles from Moonlite Bar-B-Q Inn.
Apply now — this one won’t last long.
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