The following excerpt was sent out from daily-tribune.com in Cartersville, Ga.:
Marie Nesmith, an award-winning journalist with three-decades of newspaper experience, is stepping into the editor role at The Daily Tribune News. She has served as the newspaper’s features editor since 2006.
“I consider it an honor to be selected as The Daily Tribune News’ editor,” Nesmith said. “I am excited to move into this new role. Over the past two decades, I have enjoyed covering Bartow and highlighting the stories of its residents. I look forward to this next chapter and continuing to offer quality newspaper coverage through The Daily Tribune News.”
Nesmith started her journalism career in 1993 as a general assignment reporter at The Dahlonega Nugget. She also worked at the White County News-Telegraph as a sports writer, then joined Marietta Daily Journal as a staff photographer in 2001.
During her newspaper career, she has received numerous awards, such as first place accolades in the Education Writing and Religion Writing/Coverage categories of the Georgia Press Association’s Better Newspaper Contest. Nesmith shared one of her most notable achievements was being named a Women of Bartow recipient by the Bartow History Museum in 2020.