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MARKETING SALES CONSULTANT -High Plains Journal is looking for a Marketing Sales Consultant, responsible for developing and executing a business plan to achieve sales goals within an assigned territory including print, digital and custom content solutions. (1/3)

WANTED - Advertising salesperson to sell advertising from home. Strong niche publication with loyal advertiser following.  Please call 620-966-7557.

AD SALES: 133-year old newspaper in northwest Kansas needs ad salesperson. Commission or salary plus commission. For more information, email sentinel@ruraltel.netor call 785-675-3321. (9-29)


REPORTER — Whether you’re a recent college graduate looking to get a start in the business, or a seasoned veteran looking for a new challenge, The Dodge City Daily Globe is looking for a bright, eager and multimedia savvy reporter to join its staff. Ideal candidates will have sharp reporting skills, the desire to go beyond superficial coverage for news and features, the ability to make complex stories relevant for readers, a web-first mentality and experience with multimedia and social media in news coverage. Experience at a daily newspaper a plus, but recent graduates ready to hit the ground running will be considered. Some evening and weekend work is required. The Globe, a daily newspaper in southwest Kansas owned by GateHouse Media, offers a generous salary and benefits package, and is an Equal Opportunity Employer. To apply, send résumé, cover letter and work samples to: Vince Marshall, managing editor, The Dodge City Daily Globe, 705 N. Second Ave., Dodge City, KS 67801. For more information or to express interest in the position, send e-mail to:

WANTED - The Abilene Reflector-Chronicle is seeking a part-time person for the newsroom. Being a small hometown daily newspaper, the first priority is professional news and feature reporting with photography and coverage of local government. Staff is also required to layout and design pages in InDesign. Some weekend and night hours. This is an opportunity for a self-starter. Contact Tim Horan at (4-3)

EDITOR — The active age, a non-profit monthly senior publication, needs an experienced editor, proficient in Mac-based InDesign or willing to learn, to assign/edit stories, oversee finances. Send resume, cover letter telling why you’re interested to (3-21)

EDITOR — Award winning group of weekly newspapers in Nebraska seeks an editor to deliver top-notch local coverage and page design. Candidates must have a thorough knowledge of news writing, editing and page design for print. Candidates must have willingness to become part of an active community, a strong work ethic and thrive in a small team environment. A community newspaper background is essential. Interested candidates should send a resume and work samples to

WANTED – Creative individual as a full-time paginator/graphic designer. Job involves laying out pages, working with graphics and photos, and updating the Web site. Involves evening and weekend work. Must be reliable, quick but accurate, and have a keen eye for design and sense for details. If this fits you, please send letter, portfolio, resume and references to Dale Hogg, managing editor, Great Bend Tribune, 2012 Forest Ave., Great Bend, Kan., 67530, or (2-27)

MANAGING EDITOR — The McPherson Sentinel seeks a full time managing editor to lead the print and digital efforts of our news team. The overall responsibility is to lead the newsroom in developing and producing five quality newspapers each week, as well as additional projects. You will work in a friendly office in beautiful downtown McPherson with a fun group. The managing editor assists reporters in achieving The Sentinel's news objectives. Assigns coverage, offers advice, resources and guidance in their projects while designing newspaper layout. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: requires good organizational and time management skills along with the ability to work well with people. Ability to find and correct grammar/writing issues a must. College degree or comparable work experience preferred. Apply to: or call Steve directly at 316-804-7740. (2-23)

Tired of all the Trump cartoons? Try local Kansas cartoons instead. 4-5 cartoons per week delivered daily to your email can be used in print and online. Cartoons are customized with your paper's name. Low monthly costs for dailies and weeklies, samples at contact Greg Kearney or call (785) 251-3581. (1-18)

NEWS EDITOR - The Osage County Herald-Chronicle has an opening for a full-time news editor with management experience. Knowledge and proficiency of AP style is preferred. Excellent opportunity to work with award-winning staff at 3,500 circulation weekly in Osage City. Position includes covering governmental and school board meetings, writing features, editorials, editing and proofreading copy, taking photos and managing the day-to-[day influx of emails. Experience with page layout on Mac-based Adobe InDesign is a plus. Some evening and weekend hours. Send resume with cover letter to Chris or Catherine Faimon,, or P.O. Box A Burlington, KS 66839. All inquiries kept confidential. (12-28)

WRITER/DESIGNER — Immediate opening for enterprising feature writer/page designer at award-winning Flint Hills weeklies. Salary to $27,500 includes health insurance and potential student loan forgiveness. Details at (11-7)

SPORTS EDITOR —Award-winning western Kansas daily needs someone who loves sports to cover community college and 4A high school, co-ordinate coverage of smaller schools, create dynamic, interesting sports pages and engage the community. College town on I-70, close to Denver, great hunting, biking, trails, great sports. This might be the one for you. Benefits. Contact Sharon Friedlander, publisher, at, and Steve Haynes at  EOE/M/F/D/V (1-4)

MANAGING EDITOR — needed for award-winning daily on I-70 in western Kansas. The Colby Free Press needs a leader to take its news department to the next level. Are you ready to step up, face new challenges? Supervise news staff, page design and community coverage. Close to Denver, great outdoors, biking, trails and hunting. Benefits. Contact Sharon Friedlander, publisher, at, and Steve Haynes at  EOE/M/F/D/V (1-4)

REPORTER NEEDED now for western Kansas twice-weekly, near lake with state park and federal reservoir, great hunting, fishing hiking, biking. Cover city and county, schools and more, features and creative coverage. Help with page design, learn the craft of newspapering. Pay competitive, based on experience, plus benefits. Contact Dana Paxton, general manager, at, and Steve Haynes at  EOE/M/F/D/V (1-4)


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For Sale: 141-year-old weekly newspaper in Hanover, Kansas.Owner died unexpectedly after 50 years of editing/publishing the paper.Official City Newspaper.Steady subscription. Call (785) 337-2242 for more information. (4-11)

Rawlins County Square Deal weekly newspaper in northwest Kansas. Official city, county and school publication. Only newspaper in county. Strong subscription and advertising base and supportive community. Sale includes building, up-to-date equipment and software, archives and active e-paper. Call 817-805-3600 or for more information. (7-5)

136 year old weekly newspaper in southeast Kansas. Owner wishing to sell publication, which he has owned for 39 years. Steady subscription base, located in historic Kansas town. Inquire through KPA by emailing (6-14)

Respected 131-year-old weekly newspaper in Southwest Kansas; only newspaper in the county. Owner moving out of state. Steady subscription, advertising, annual sales approximately $140,000. Will include building and property in sale. (785) 341-7573 after 5 p.m. MST. (6-1)


PRESS OPERATOR — Accepting resumes for Press Operator at progressive, family-run newspaper in Weatherford, Okla. Experience with Goss Community press helpful. Attractive compensation and re-location packages. Contact Phillip Reid at 580-772-3301 or email resume to (3-27)

PART-TIME PRESS OPERATOR — The Great Bend Tribune is seeking a part-time press operator to join our printing team. The ideal candidate will have previous web press experience, including print of process color and press make-ready. Good work ethics along with mechanical skills and ability to react quickly to print related problems. We are willing to train the right person. Job requirements include: • Current valid driver’s license with clean driving record, ability to pass a written fork lift test and train on lift; • Color vision and depth perception; • Ability to lift a minimum of 75 pounds; • Ability to read and comprehend written and/or oral English instruction along with ability to communicate effectively with team members. To submit a resume with references or request an application contact


FOR SALE — Atlas offset press. 2 quad units and four mono units with folder, roll stands and all electrical equipment needed for operation. Also includes bay window to print full color on both sides of one web, plate bender and punch. Comes with conveyor belt and count-o-veyor. $45,000. Call 620-626-0840 or email

FOR SALE - ECRM Newsmatic CTP. 2008 model. Very well kept and lightly used (about 12 plates per day, six days per week for two years). CTP fully functional with all software and RIP. Bought a second newspaper and used the one that came with it. Comes with Kodak plate processor, but it needs a couple pumps we used on other machine. Paid $140,000. Will take $32,000. Call 620-626-0840 or email