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Jobs March 29 - April 2

New! Reporter - The Charleston Gazette (, a 40,000-circulation daily in West Virginia's capital city, is seeking an entry-level reporter. If you're interested in joining their team, e-mail three to five clips (PDFs preferred), along with a resume and cover letter to City Editor Robert J. Byers at

New! Reporter - Courthouse News Service, is seeking a part-time reporter to cover civil courts of law in and around Minneapolis-St. Paul. A legal background is not required, but demonstrated interest and ability in writing or journalism is necessary. The job will entail visiting the district court clerk’s offices in downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul every afternoon, as well as regular visits to several surrounding jurisdictions, to review new civil filings. Competitive pay is offered for about 25-30 hours per week, and some benefits are available. To apply, please email a cover letter and resume in Word or PDF format, and attach 3-5 writing samples, to
New! Reporter - The Dodge City Daily Globe is seeking a talented writer. They're taking resumes from seasoned reporters as well as reporters looking to gain experience. We are a six-day morning newspaper, published Sunday through Friday. Insurance, and all the other perks go with the job. Email a resume, and three of your best clips, to

New! Photographer/Videographer - The Wichita Eagle is looking for a skilled and innovative photographer/videographer to join their team. We’re seeking candidates who have experience shooting all types of photographs, from spot news to sports to lifestyle features. Experience shooting video and editing in Final Cut Pro is a must. A bachelor’s degree is required and at least two years of newspaper photo/video experience are preferred. Send resume and work samples to Kara Hunt, Human Resources Director, The Wichita Eagle, 825 E. Douglas, Wichita, KS 67202; or email A web portfolio showcasing video and still work is preferred.

New! Reporter - The Times-News, Twin Falls, Idaho is looking for a reporter. Assignments may range from weighty subjects that require research and investigation, to small-town parades, benefits and council meetings. A high-achieving under-graduate or graduate student in journalism is preferred. Previous experience with newspapers and Web sites is a plus. Applicants must provide their own transportation. Email cover letter, resume and three writing samples that best demonstrate your journalistic skill to or