Staff Listing

PUBLISHER   
Relan WalkerPublisher 903.785.6970relan.walker@theparisnews.com


BUSINESS OFFICE   
Kelsey WallaceBusiness Manager903.785.6934 Ext.224kelsey.graham@theparisnews.com
Emily SheffieldBilling Clerk903.785.6935 Ext.225emily.sheffield@theparisnews.com


EDITORIAL   
Klark ByrdManaging Editor903.785.6960 Ext.243klark.byrd@theparisnews.com
Kim CoxCity Editor903.785.6965 Ext.244kim.cox@theparisnews.com
Sally BoswellStaff Reporter903.785.6962 Ext.236sally.boswell@theparisnews.com
Mary MadewellStaff Reporter903.785.6976 Ext.247mary.madewell@theparisnews.com
Tommy CulkinStaff Reporter903.785.6972 Ext.242tommy.culkin@theparisnews.com
Geoff HeppesSports Editor903.785.6967 Ext.274geoff.heppes@theparisnews.com
Lora ArnoldPhotographer903.785.6975 Ext.275photodesk@theparisnews.com
Obituaries  obituaries@theparisnews.com
Editor  editor@theparisnews.com


RETAIL ADVERTISING   
Clay CarsnerAdvertising Manager903.785.6924 Ext.233clay.carsner@theparisnews.com
Adam CawthornSales Person903.785.6921 Ext.229adam.cawthorn@theparisnews.com
 Advertising Assistant903.785.6930 Ext.235retail@theparisnews.com
    


CLASSIFIEDS   
Customer Service 903.785.6900 Ext.221 
Cindy McGeeClassified Sales Representative903.785.6940 Ext.240cindy.mcgee@theparisnews.com


CIRCULATION   
Lisa ShewCirculation Manager903.785.6903 Ext.253l.shew@theparisnews.com
Teresa TolandCirculation Assistant903.785.6904 Ext.254teresa.toland@theparisnews.com
Dean FosterCirculation Assistant903.785.6905 Ext.238dean.foster@theparisnews.com
Circulation Office 903.785.6901 
    


COMPOSING   
Holly NowellComposing Manager903.785.6913 Ext.257holly.nowell@theparisnews.com
Megan PedersenGraphic Artist903.785.6915 Ext.258ads@theparisnews.com


PRESS ROOM   
James SepaughPressroom Manager903.785.6959 Ext.259james.sepaugh@theparisnews.com

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