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The State Journal-Register seeks a reporter to cover breaking news and education -- two of the topics most important to our readers. We're looking for someone who is versatile -- able to quickly and accurately post news online as it happens, and also able to spot trends and develop enterprise stories. He/she must be a resourceful and persistent reporter who can develop sources and go beyond official statements and meetings, and someone who's comfortable with using online tools and alternative ways to tell stories. At least one year's professional experience is strongly preferred, but recent graduates with strong skills can be considered. Knowledge of AP style, basic spelling and grammar are musts. Bachelor's degree strongly preferred. Candidates also must demonstrate sound professional use of social media. Additional online skills -- such as video, audio editing or data -- are highly desirable. To apply, send resume, cover letter and up to six samples of work to Executive Editor Angie Muhs, firstname.lastname@example.org.