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Opportunities For Freelancers
The Pendleton-Gazette is always interested in hearing from Indiana freelancers. We cover a variety of topics, in a variety of formats as well as general news. If you’re interested in writing or contributing please contact us with your qualifications and story ideas.
Would you like to contribute to the local news? Here’s how you can. If you’re a local blogger or just have a gift for writing a good story I’d like to hear from you.
- Local government news
- Local community news
- Local school news
- Local sports news
Do you attend local government meetings or have news you would like to share from area schools or sports activities? If you can not provide a photo about your story than please include a photo of yourself. Either way a photo of the subject or yourself is a requirement. Stories without a photo will not be published.
- At this time I am looking for stories from the Madison County, Indiana area and the surrounding area only
- Submission of a story does not guarantee publication
Articles submitted should be at least 400-500 words in length and are subject to review before publication. You will be contacted if your article if your article is to be published as to the date and to make payment arrangements. Please include you phone number. Your phone number is only used for article clarification if needed and or make payment arrangements.
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Byron has been forecasting for nearly 14 years, the first 7 years in the Navy, then after my adventure at Northland College, a small college in northwest Wisconsin, I began to forecast for various websites, including the now defunct nemas.net and usaweather.org where I rose to the position of Vice-President/Chief Operating Officer. I also do weather forecasts as the Indianapolis Weather Examiner on examiner.com. My goal is to provide you the reader an accurate, timely forecast and information in the event of severe weather. I currently live in Anderson and married with one son and a step-daughter who lives in Washington State.
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