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Eric started his career as an intern with The Chronicle in 2004 and later worked at The Tri-City Herald and The Daily Inter Lake, among other outlets. He was named editor of The Chronicle in 2014. He’s a native of North Carolina who spent his formative years in Forks, Washington, before attending Centralia College and later Eastern Washington University. He can be reached at (360) 807-8224 firstname.lastname@example.org
Brittany began developing digital and online media for The Chronicle newsroom in 2012. In addition to web, media and digital projects, Brittany is also an editorial columnist and writer for The Chronicle. She was born and raised in Lewis County, and is a former Lewis County Sheriff’s Office volunteer and evidence intern, as well as a 2011 graduate of Centralia College’s Criminal Justice program. You can reach her at (360) 807-8225 or email@example.com.
Pete started with The Chronicle as a sports reporter before being promoted to visuals editor in 2012. The Spokane-area native is a graduate of Washington State University and Eastern Washington University. Since 2012, he’s won six first-place Society of Professional Journalists awards, among other accolades, for his work. He can be reached at (360) 807-8232 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Kaylee covers crime, courts and emergency services for The Chronicle. Previously, she reported for the daily Peninsula Clarion in Kenai, Alaska, as well as the New York Post. She’s a graduate of Minnesota State University Moorhead. She can be reached at (360) 807-8208 or email@example.com.