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Press Enterprise (Pennsylvania)

Press Enterprise
Type Daily newspaper
Owner(s) Press Enterprise Inc.
Editor Jim Sachetti
Managing editors Peter Kendron
Sports editor Tim Hare
Photo editor Bill Hughes
Language English
Headquarters Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, USA
Website .com.pressenterpriseonlinewww

The Press Enterprise is a daily newspaper published in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, USA. It is owned by the parent company Press Enterprise Inc. and run by the Eyerly family. The newspaper serves a wide area including Columbia County, Montour County and Luzerne County. This includes the municipalities of Bloomsburg, Danville, Berwick, Benton, Millville, Catawissa and Elysburg. Its editor is Jim Sachetti. His second in command is Managing Editor Peter Kendron.

News writers include Senior Reporter Leon Bogdan, and staffers Michael Lester, Chris Krepich, John-Erik Koslosky, Kristin Baver, Susan Schwartz, and Gary Pang. Photographers for the paper include Bill Hughes, Keith Haupt, Jimmy May, and Mary Bove.

One popular feature of the paper is its "30 Seconds" section, which allows readers to call or e-mail short, anonymous messages to the paper. The messages are usually printed within a few days, sometimes with comments by the editor.

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