The North Kitsap Herald won third place in the 2012 Local Media Association Newspaper of the Year contest. The Local Media Association, formerly known as Suburban Newspapers of America, is a non-profit, professional trade association specifically serving the suburban and community newspaper industry. (more…)
Sound Publishing is pleased to announce the promotion of Carrie Rodriguez as Regional Editor of the Kirkland Reporter and the Bothell/Kenmore Reporter. Carrie will assume her new editorial responsibilities on Oct 1.
Andy Nystrom has been promoted to Editor of the Redmond Reporter. Nystrom will be replacing Bill Christianson on Tuesday, September 4. Nystrom lives in Seattle and has worked for the Bothell-Kenmore Reporter since its inception in 2002.
Matt Phelps has been promoted to Assistant Editor of the Bothell/Kenmore Reporter. Mr. Phelps will be replacing Andy Nystrom on Tuesday, September 4th and will continue to report to Carrie Rodriguez out of the Totem Lake office.
Raechel Dawson has accepted a full-time reporting position at the Kirkland Reporter and the Bothell/Kenmore Reporter. Ms. Dawson will be replacing Matt Phelps on Monday, August 27th and will continue to report to Carrie Rodriguez out of the Totem Lake office.
The staff of the Enumclaw and Bonney Lake-Sumner Courier-Herald are pleased to announce that William “Scott” Gray will be joining the Courier-Herald team in the position of sales manager on August 6th. Mr. Gray has more than 30 years of experience as an advertising executive for Pepsi-Cola. He was also a national account sales manager […]
“I’m honored to join Sound Publishing and Black Press,” Fletcher said. “I’m anxious to be on-site to learn about the area, the plethora of print and digital news products and really get to know the many talented people who produce them. My family and I are very excited to get there.”
The new Veterans Life will focus on veterans issues in Kitsap County, while the Whidbey Crosswind will cover those issues for the veteran community on Whidbey Island.
“Brian is an award-winning journalist with a reputation for solid investigative reporting,” Review Publisher Donna Etchey said. “We cannot be more pleased to have Brian as part of our team here in Kitsap.”
Mark Klaas, editor of the Auburn Reporter, is an award-winning journalist who has worked in the newspaper industry for more than 25 years. He previously worked as a reporter and editor at newspapers and magazines in Idaho, Oregon and California before moving to the Puget Sound in 1993. He also worked in the sports department […]