Susan Lunneborg, News Editor of the West Central Tribune

Susan Lunneborg

News Editor

Susan Lunneborg is the news editor of the West Central Tribune in Willmar, Minnesota. A journalist for more than 25 years, she has worked as a reporter and editor at newspapers in the Dakotas and Minnesota.

Lunneborg can be reached via email at slunneborg@wctib.com or call her directly at 320-214-4343.

Lunneborg grew up on a farm in southeastern North Dakota. She holds a bachelor's degree in political science from the University of Minnesota in Morris where she graduated with high distinction.

While employed by the Daily News in Wahpeton, North Dakota, she was a city government, economic development and agriculture reporter while also serving as a copy editor.

She continued working as both a copy editor and reporter for The Daily Republic of Mitchell, South Dakota, where she covered regional news and agriculture.

She became the night editor of the West Central Tribune in 1998 and the following year was promoted to news editor.

She speaks English.

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