|Sentinel says goodbye to four long-time employees|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Tuesday, 29 April 2014 09:17|
The Sentinel-Tribune will be saying goodbye to four long-time employees at the end of this week.
City Editor Harold Brown, with 42 years on the job; Sports Editor Jack Carle, 36 years; Lifestyles Editor Karen Cota, 34 years; and advertising specialist Lyn Cheatwood, with 25 years, all have accepted an early retirement buyout from the newspaper.
The public is invited to a farewell open house for the four on Friday, from 5 to 7 p.m., in the back room of SamB's, 163 S. Main St., Bowling Green. The farewell is open to family, friends, co-workers and community members who have worked with Brown, Carle, Cota and Cheatwood over the years.
The employee buyout was necessitated by changes in the newspaper industry and financial challenges facing the Sentinel-Tribune.
A story planned for early next week will provide more details about the changes planned with the Sentinel-Tribune as a result of the economic challenges and changes planned to provide more timely digital content.
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