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Muhs named new editor at Springfield's State Journal-Register

Reported by: Associated Press
Reported: Wednesday, June 4, 2014 5:31 PM EDT

An Illinois native is returning to the state to become executive editor and vice president of editorial operations for The State Journal-Register in Springfield.

The newspaper says Angie Muhs worked most recently as director of audience development for the Portland Press Herald in Maine. She'd been with that newspaper for nearly a decade, having also served as managing editor.

She's also had editing and reporting jobs at the Miami Herald, the Lexington Herald-Leader in Kentucky and The State newspaper in Columbia, South Carolina.

She is an Associated Press Media Editors national board member and served as a juror for the 2014 Pulitzer Prizes.

Muhs is a native of Olney and is an alumnus of Northwestern University.

Information from: The State Journal-Register,


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