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The Chronicle seeks a sports reporter

June 27, 2023

Posted by Mariam Ahmed

The Chronicle in Centralia, Washington, is seeking a sports reporter.

The Chronicle covers 16 high schools across Lewis and south Thurston counties, spanning classifications from 1B to 2A, along with Centralia College.

This is a full-time position that requires 40 hours a week and occasional paid overtime. Duties include daily coverage of high school sports, both written and photography, along with previews, features and other sidebars when possible.

The successful applicant will maintain a social media presence on Twitter and assist in managing other online platforms. The sports reporter will also appear on The Chronicle’s weekly podcast, The Sports Dump. Duties include traveling to state tournaments.

InDesign and Photoshop familiarity are preferred but not required. We’re looking for someone with a bachelor’s degree in journalism or a related field, though equivalent experience is also acceptable. Recent graduates are welcome to apply.

The newspaper’s sports department consists of a full-time sports reporter, a part-time sports reporter, a sports editor and an associate editor, along with freelancers.

The Chronicle publishes three print editions a week along with daily content online.

The Chronicle is part of CT Publishing, a family-owned newspaper group.

Benefits include health and dental insurance, paid mileage reimbursement of 65 cents per mile, availability of company vehicles and accrued paid time off.

To apply, send a resume to Chronicle Sports Editor Josh Kirshenbaum at

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