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Come work with us at the Valley News! We are looking for our next editor, plus a features writer and night desk editor

The Valley News in beautiful West Lebanon, N.H.

Big news, y’all. The Valley News is hiring!

Information about the 46 towns included within our coverage area is online at www.vnews.com/almanac.

When I tweeted about two of these three jobs last month, we got some nice words from around the journalism world.

And more recently, our fearless leader, Martin Frank, announced he will retire in January after 32 (!!!) years at the paper.

INSIDE SCOOP: Probably the biggest perks of the editor job are overseeing Amanda’s and my ideas for the Lucky 7 News Quiz every week, and also the proximity of the snack table to the editor’s office. If you have any questions, feel free to get in touch with us. Application instructions are included in the job description links at the top of the page.

Listen to Valley News reporter Tim Camerato on NHPR’s ‘The Exchange’ this morning

Nice job, Tim!

Valley News staff writer Tim Camerato. (Valley News – Geoff Hansen) Copyright Valley News.

If you missed it live this morning, you can listen to the rebroadcast on NHPR at 7 p.m. or click here to listen to the episode online. It’s the latest episode in the program’s “Going Local” series, which explores the regions of New Hampshire on Thursday mornings.

Photojournalism: We are living in the future

(Valley News night desk editor stuck with the paper, even after moving from Vershire to Las Vegas, where she works remotely!)

Nobody was injured when an apparent lightning strike ignited a fire at home in Vershire last night. Read more.


After cutting away an area of cedar shake siding with a chainsaw firefighters examine where lightning was suspected to have traveled down the side of Donna Goldberg’s house on Taylor Valley Road in Vershire, Vt., on July 17, 2018. The early 1970s-era house was unoccupied, undergoing renovations and is insured. (Valley News – Geoff Hansen) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com.


p.s. Our friends at the Concord Monitor report that lightning caused three fires in New Hampshire.