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Tribune searching for new editor

Staff reports

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. –  The Tahoe Daily Tribune is searching for a new managing editor following Annie Flanzraich’s decision to resign and accept a position with another publication.

During her two years overseeing the Tribune’s newsroom, Flanzraich worked with several members of the community to ensure the newspaper’s content was constantly local, relevant and what readers most valued, said Tahoe Daily Tribune Publisher Kimberly Kuntz.

“Annie has done a great job leading our newsroom,” Kuntz said. “Her passion for community journalism and integrity have positioned the newspaper well for continued growth. The entire team wishes her the best in her new ventures.”

The Tribune is actively searching for a new managing editor, and has received a large amount of interest from qualified applicants locally and nationally.

“We are looking forward to finding an editor to lead our organization to the next level while continuing to keep a focus on locally relevant news that matters most to our readers,” Kuntz said.

In the interim, send news tips or community information to For more information, call the Tribune at 530-541-3880.

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