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Company: Wyoming Tribune-Eagle
Cheyenne, Wyoming
Job Status:  Full-time
Salary:  Negotiable


Wyoming's capital city newspaper, the Wyoming Tribune-Eagle, seeks a reporter to cover the criminal justice beat. Experience preferred. Criminal justice -- police, courts and related matters -- is one of our premier beats that offers a variety of front-page stories both in terms of breaking news and enterprise. Based in Cheyenne, the Tribune-Eagle is a seven-day A.M. newspaper with a Sunday circulation of 15,000 that has won numerous awards in recent years at both the state and national levels. Cheyenne, a city of 60,000, is located in southeastern Wyoming. Our growing city is at the northern tip of the Colorado Front Range. It is close to some of the best hunting, fishing, hiking, biking, camping and other outdoor activity areas in our region. We’re also only 90 minutes from Denver and 45 minutes from Fort Collins, Colo. Pay level is based on education and experience. Please send cover letter, resume and clips by e-mail to or by snail mail to Brian Martin, Managing Editor, Wyoming Tribune-Eagle, 702 W. Lincolnway, Cheyenne, WY 82001.

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