Bowling Green newspaper names new editor

BOWLING GREEN, Ohio (AP) — A longtime reporter at the Sentinel-Tribune in Bowling Green has been named the newspaper’s editor.

Jan Larson McLaughlin takes over as editor after spending 29 years as a reporter at the paper.

Sentinel-Tribune Publisher Karmen Concannon announced her hiring last week.

McLaughlin’s appointment follows the death of editor David C. Miller on May 18. Miller began his career at the Sentinel-Tribune in 1971.

The 51-year-old McLaughlin has a degree in journalism from Bowling Green State University and began her career as a photojournalist and reporter.

She has primarily covered Wood County government and county-related issues.

The Sentinel-Tribune has a daily circulation of 10,000.

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