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Kim Penwell - Media Sales Consultant

About Kim Penwell:

Ryan Carter - Editor

About Ryan Carter:

Ryan Carter is the Editor of the Washington C.H. Record-Herald. He began his career in journalism at the Xenia Daily Gazette in 2000 before coming to his hometown newspaper in 2003 as a reporter. He became assistant editor in 2010, managing editor in 2012, and Editor/Content Manager in 2013.

Julie Howe - Customer Service Advertising

About Julie Howe:

Julie Howe has been with the Record Herald since 2002 and is the administrative assistant to the General Manager. In her duties she has responsibilities that includes order entry, advertising sales, circulation, front office and general organization. Julie is a life long resident of Fayette County and Miami Trace High School graduate. She is married to Alfred, has one adult daughter, Melissa, son-in-law Bill and grandson Braeden. In her spare time she enjoys family activities, crafting, primitive shopping and being outdoors.

Brandy Knisley - Media Sales Consultant

About Brandy Knisley:

Jan Snyder - Reporter, web specialist, obits

About Jan Snyder:

Jan Snyder has been with the Record-Herald since 2003. She has won numerous Associated Press awards for best online portfolio and for best website. She enjoys music, movies and concerts. She serves as secretary on the Fayette Humane Society Board of Directors.

Chris Hoppes - Sports

About Chris Hoppes:

Chris Hoppes is sports editor at the Record-Herald.
Hoppes is a 1976 graduate of McClain High School and attended Southern State, Ohio University-Chillicothe and Wright State University, obtaining an Associate's Degree focusing on history and political science.
Hoppes is a life-long Cincinnati Reds and Ohio State Buckeyes fan who began his journalism career at the Greenfield Daily Times and has worked for the Record-Herald since 1993.

Martin Graham - Content Producer

About Martin Graham:

Martin Graham is a content producer at the Record-Herald. He has been with the paper since March of 2014 after an internship that lasted for about three years. He is a 2013 graduate of Washington High School and enjoys gaming, which he writes about in various game reviews. He is the son of Clarissa Hess and the late Christopher Graham, has two siblings and lives in Washington C.H.