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McClellan named managing editor

January 29, 2011

Long-time Big Spring Herald employee Bill McClellan has been named managing editor, Publisher Ron Midkiff announced Friday.

As managing editor, McClellan will oversee all aspects of newsroom operations at the Herald.

“We considered several candidates for the position, but we feel Bill, with his knowledge of and familiarity with this area, was the perfect fit for the job,” Midkiff said.

McClellan, a Stamford native, has more than than 30 years of journalism experience. A graduate of Sam Houston State University, he was sports editor and later managing editor at the Snyder Daily News for many years before joining the Herald staff as news editor in June 1998.

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