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Dennis  Box Editor
Dennis Box
1.360.825.2555 (ext 5050)
Dennis Box is the editor of the Enumclaw Courier-Herald, the Bonney Lake Courier-Herald and the Covington/Maple Valley/Black Diamond Reporter.
     
Sarah   Wehmann Reporter
Sarah Brenden
360-825-2555 ext. 5060
Sarah Brenden graduated from Western Washington University in March 2012. While at Western she was a reporter and editor at The Western Front and also spent some time writing for The Bellingham Herald. After graduating, she interned with Seattle Health Magazine. Joining the Courier-Herald in October 2013, this is her first full-time reporting job since graduating from WWU. Born and raised in Washington, Sarah enjoys everything about living in the Pacific Northwest.
     
Kevin  Hanson Senior Writer
Kevin Hanson
360-802-8205
Editor of the Courier-Herald since 2001, following career stops in Cheney, Wash., Spokane, Wash., and Hermiston, Ore. Graduate of Washington State University. Time away from the job finds me at a campsite, in the garden or on a motorcycle. Family includes wife Sharon, daughter Marina, dogs Zoe and Savannah and other assorted pets.
     
Ray  Still Reporter
Ray Still
360-825-2555 etx. 5058
It was a Muckraking course in middle school that really sparked Ray's interest in journalism, reading book such as "The Jungle," "No Logo" and "Fast Food Nation". After high school, he decided he wanted to get out into the real world and moved to New York to volunteer with City Year AmeriCorp. A year later, he decided the real world was a little too real and retreated into the comfortable liberal arts bubble that is the Evergeen State College. There he got involved with and eventually became the editor of the student-run paper, The Cooper Point Journal. This was an excellent career move, but Ray suspects the time he spent corralling underpaid student journalists was when he started going a little bald, a point his editor Dennis Box likes to make whenever Ray is overly sarcastic in staff meetings. Outside of work, Ray struggles in vain to sleep in while his teacher fiancée wakes up at 5:30 every morning, make messes out of simple meals and consistently ponders the meaning of life, the universe, and everything, which he pretty sure isn't 42 but probably something equally ridiculous and non-sensical, if his experience as a reporter has taught him anything.

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