Jim has over 20 years experience owning, managing and publishing community newspapers. He has served in the board of the Washington Newspaper Publishers Association as well as numerous chambers of commerce and community boards. He has an extensive background in marketing and has helped many small businesses grow their market share.
Linda knows more about Bonners Ferry than most folks. When doing a story on a person she can tell you something about every relative of that person. She also makes sure that anyone who comes in the offices of the Bonners Ferry Herald, in downtown Bonners Ferry, feels right at home.
This is Star's third tour-of-duty for the Herald having started first as a reporter in 1992 and taking the lead on covering the Randy Weaver saga on Ruby Ridge. She is a Bonners Ferry native with family in Boundary county and now a son in school. She brings a level of knowledge and enthusiasm that the Herald hasn't had in quite awhile.
Julie is a Bonners Ferry native having been born here, gone to school here and graduated as a Badger. She is a great addition to the staff
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