Editor and Publisher
Wes Boyd has been on the job as editor and recently added on the publisher duties for many years and long enjoyed a career in the news room. His first story in the Post-Gazette was forty years ago, and he’s spent twenty-four years working there. A person of varied interests, at one time he was a certified flight instructor and held a commercial pilot rating. The North Country Trail found Wes serving as editor of its hiking publication for a number of years. His “Greatest Trip of a Lifetime” was to the Grand Canyon in 2003. He also puts a lot of attention into “Spearfish Lake Tales.”
Business Manager and Associate Editor
Amanda Ebbutt is the business manager for the Post-Gazette, and she and her father co-own the newspaper. Although she only started working full-time at the paper back in 2010, she’s been around it since preschool days, when her father Wes brought her to work instead of hiring a babysitter. She’s come a long way in the twenty years since then — she’s a 2001 graduate of Hudson Area High School, and a 2005 graduate of Siena Heights University. She spent over two years since in the Peace Corps in Chengdu, China, teaching English as a second language, and also spent time in Japan, Holland and England. Her experience in living in various places in the world taught her something she hadn’t expected: Hudson is a great place to live!
Bill Mullaly has been a sports reporter for the past 20 years. He began writing about high school sports in Arizona in 1989 as a part-time job. He was a teacher and coach there from 1981-1996. Over the years he has written for four newspapers. Bill has been with the Hudson Post Gazette writing about Hudson High School athletics since the fall of 1997. He currently writes for the Hillsdale Daily News where he started in the fall of 1996. He also is a high school sports official a job he has held since the fall of 1996. Bill is single and enjoys sports, exercising, reading and spending time with his dog Bear.
And our many contributors…
We have a number of people who volunteer their time to the newspaper for the love of the community, and we’d love to recognize them here: Hazel Monahan, Rachel Stiverson, Jim Reamsnyder, Sheri Walter, Linda Reuter, Ardith Dowling, Watson and JoAnne Clark, Jim Whitehouse and many, many more who contribute their time to make sure that the subjects they love are covered in the way they deserve.