General Assignment Reporter
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General Assignment Reporter
The Williamson Herald is seeking a general assignment reporter to cover the news of the county. The duties would include covering local government meetings, feature stories, new business openings, non-profit events, and other stories as assigned. Person should have a general understating of how local government works, an understanding of the county and cities within the county and preferably live in Williamson county even though it is not a requirement. Person should also have experience with social media and use of AP style writing. If you are a team player and get excited about reporting news, please send your resume and writing clips to firstname.lastname@example.org
Full and part-time positions available.
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