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COMMUNITY EDITOR. You’re more than an editor. You are the Globe Gazette’s “face” in Osage, Iowa. The Globe Gazette seeks an experienced reporter who’s ready to be a community leader. This position will be based out of our Mason City office and will cover Mitchell County and its largest community, Osage – including local government, education, public safety and whatever interesting news comes your way.
The successful candidate thrives on independence – they just want to be turned loose on the community to meet new people and find out what’s important to our audience there. They’ll be skilled at developing sources, sussing out the news from government documents and writing amusing features about people of interest. If you’re a journalist who needs institutional reporting for find your stories, this isn’t the job for you.
Big, big plus to the person who has done lots of Facebook Lives and has shot their own photos on occasion.
Send a resume and five of the clips that best represent what you love to write.
The North Iowa Media Group is a division of Lee Enterprises, a leading provider of high quality, trusted, local news and information, and a major platform for advertising, with daily newspapers, rapidly growing digital products and nearly 300 weekly and specialty publications serving 49 markets in 20 states. Lee's local media organizations generate more than 70 million monthly web visits and have a total circulation of 0.8 million daily and 1.1 million Sunday. Lee's markets include St. Louis, MO; Lincoln, NE; Madison, WI; Davenport, IA; Billings, MT; Bloomington, IL; and Tucson, AZ. Lee Common Stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol LEE. For more information about Lee, please visit
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MANAGING EDITOR. The Albia Newspaper (along withe Chariton Newspaper) and its parent company is beginning a search to replace retiring Publisher Dave Paxton by mid-summer of 2020
The person we hire needs to have a solid news background and a willingness to learn web printing, management skills and advertising.
The Albia Union-Republican, founded in 1862, is the oldest continuous business in Monroe County and the combined Albia Union-Republican and Monroe County News has faithfully served the community for all of those 158 years. The person hired needs to be sold out to serving the community, through news, feature and sports coverage, personal connection to the community and by offering a high quality advertising product for individuals and businesses.
The person we hire will be a leader in our company and ultimately a leader in the community. We offer competitive salary and benefits in a highly desireable workplace.
Contact: Michael Schuver at or call Dave Paxton, 641-932-7121 or email

PART-TIME ADVERTISING SALES REPRESENTITIVE. The Northwood Anchor and Manly Junction Signal, newspapers in Worth County, are seeking a part time advertising sales representative, with potential for other opportunities. We offer a job with a flexible schedule, working with a small team to support several local communities, their businesses and their newspapers. Questions or resumes may be emailed to



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