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Have you always wanted to see your work published in a newspaper?

By Staff
Now is your chance – as a part-time writer or photographer for The Hartselle Enquirer.
The Enquirer needs three writers and photographers who love being on the sidelines and don't mind traveling to football games. Don't worry, you will be paid mileage along with your regular pay.
The writers must have an in-depth knowledge of football. You will be trained on how to keep up with stats, and stories will be due the following Monday after a game.
Obviously, the photographers must have a good eye and good camera for the action shots.
Please drop by The Hartselle Enquirer just off of Main St. at 407 Chestnut St. NW, Hartselle, AL 35640. You can also call the office at 773-6566 and ask for sports editor Nick Johnston.

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