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Cheryl Upshaw has been promoted from Interim Managing Editor to Editor of Winnemucca Publishing’s three newspapers, the Humboldt Sun, the Battle Mountain Bugle and the Lovelock Review Miner.
Cheryl Upshaw has been promoted from Interim Managing Editor to Editor of Winnemucca Publishing’s three newspapers, the Humboldt Sun, the Battle Mountain Bugle and the Lovelock Review Miner.
Tuesday, June 27, 2017 1:00 AM
Winnemucca Publishing (WP) announced that the search for a new editor for its three three newspapers, the Humboldt Sun, Battle Mountain Bugle and Lovelock Review Miner has come to a successful conclusion.. Cheryl Upshaw, who has been answering the phone, “Winnemucca Publishing, Interim Editor Cheryl” for the past six weeks has been chosen to continue in the position without the “interim”. 
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