|Date Posted||February 25, 2021|
Patch readers deserve passionate, dogged journalists with an eye for a good story. If you have an enterprising spirit, love to set your own local news agenda and don't need a city editor to assign stories to you, Patch may be right for you. There's an opening for a local editor to cover several Wisconsin communities, including Franklin, Greenfield, Greendale, Oak Creek, Whitefish Bay, and Mount Pleasant.
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