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Since I moved to Chicago a year and a half ago, I don’t think I’ve picked up a newspaper more than a handful of times. However, when I lived in Connecticut I was often reading both the daily regional local newspaper and the bi-weekly super local newspaper for my town. It was always fun to see which of the kids from my elementary school class got arrested in a given week (don’t act like you don’t read the Police Reports first). I often forget how many local newspapers are out there and how many jobs they provide. It may be an industry in flux (or on its way out depending on how you look at it), but it’s still a great place to start your career. This morning I noticed that Twitter was abuzz with word of a paid internship with the Everett Daily Herald (that’s Everett, WA), so I figured I’d take a look and see if there were any jobs open too.

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The Everett Daily Herald published its first issue on February 11, 1901. They launched their online edition, HeraldNet, on January 5, 1997. They are the news source for Snohomish county, and they obviously have been for a long time. They may be owned by The Washington Post Company, but they’re still all about local news. Hopefully local newspapers like The Daily Herald will keep on trucking, because local news is really important, yet there aren’t many other outlets that cover it. It’s a good sign that The Daily Herald started online so early (and seems to have done it right), because I know a lot of local newspaper still haven’t figured out how to effectively deliver news on the Internet. If you like what you see with The Everett Daily Herald, you should check out their Jobs page. They have three positions posted right now, and two of them seem right for new grads: Account Executive and Info Systems Analyst. The third might be worth a look if you always idolized the guys in the movie Newsies.

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