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Denise Hill - Advertising Director/Market Manager

Denise Hill : Advertising Director/Market Manager


About Denise Hill:

New to the Delaware Gazette, Denise has been in the newspaper industry for 18 years, positions ranging from outside sales to digital sales manager & trainer to advertising manager.

Joshua Keeran - Editor

Joshua Keeran : Editor


About Joshua Keeran:

Joshua Keeran is the editor of the Delaware Gazette

Jeanne DeWeese - Office manager

Jeanne DeWeese : Office manager


About Jeanne DeWeese:

Ben Stroup - Sports Editor

Ben Stroup : Sports Editor


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Glenn Battishill - Reporter

Glenn Battishill : Reporter


About Glenn Battishill:

Glenn Battishill is the senior reporter at The Delaware Gazette and covers law enforcement, the court system as well as Delaware City Schools. He has been with The Gazette for three years.

D. Anthony Botkin - Reporter

D. Anthony Botkin : Reporter


About D. Anthony Botkin:

Covers Buckeye Valley schools and county and township government. A veteran journalist from the Dayton area. He has been with the Gazette for two years.

Gary Budzak - Sunbury News editor

Gary Budzak : Sunbury News editor


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