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Pat Forde, an award-winning write several columns a week with his new role, Rice will bring a wealth of Sentinel-News in Shelbyville for five
sports reporter and columnist for the primary focus on college football and newspaper classified advertising years.
Courier-Journal for the past 17 years, basketball. He will also write general- sales and management experience to Tom Pitt took the position of part-
left the newspaper to become a interest sports columns. both The News-Enterprise as well as time staff writer at The LaRue pc
columnist for ESPN.com. He will also Bill Rice was named classified the Kentucky Classified Network. He County Herald News in Hodgenville. . in
serve as a college football reporter on sales manager of The NeWS- began his career with LCNI in 2001. He began his duties July 8, and will be m
ESPN television. At ESPN, he will Enterprise in Elizabethtown. In his Since that time he has worked as a responsible for assisting Editor Linda 10
member of the regional sales team Parker with feature and news stories, in
. where he has managed an account taking photographs and covering city 50
The KentuCky Pres S base of regional and national display and county government meetings. He 1.
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The Kentucky Press (Permit # 939) is pub~ District 10 - Edmund Shelby, Beafiyvme Rice worked as classified manager of High School, and he is a psychology th
lished monthly by the Kentucky Press Enterprise ’ the Henderson Gleaner. He has also major at Elizabethtown Community ra
Association/ Kentucky Press Service, Inc. ‘ had metro-newspaper experience College. .
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