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Lebanon Daily News editor to retire

Written by The Associated Press | Jan 3, 2014 2:31 PM
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(Lebanon) -- The longtime managing editor of the Lebanon Daily News, is retiring.

Paul Baker's last day is today and he say he's looking forward to having more time to travel and pursue other interests.

The 56-year-old Baker has held the post since 2001. Before that, he held various positions in the newsroom since 1979, including city editor for 17 years.

Baker's replacement is Andrea Rich, who has been city editor of the Chambersburg Public Opinion since 1997.

The Lebanon Daily News, the Public Opinion in Chambersburg, the Hanover Evening Sun and the York Daily Record are owned by Digital First Media.

Rich will be become the first female managing editor of the Lebanon Daily News in its 141-year history.

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