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Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Resident News Welcomes New Staff Member

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Owner/Publisher Jason Baggett is proud to announce the expansion of Resident News’ coverage in Greenwood. “As we’ve expanded, we have been looking to add qualified staff members to our team,” Baggett stated.

Lindsay LaChapelle will serve as a dedicated news reporter for Greenwood Resident. LaChapelle has a passion for the news, and a desire to share the good news happening within the community. “It is rare to find someone who has a heart for this business,” stated Editor Tammy Moore Teague.

LaChapelle and her husband of 13 years have three children, 12 year old twins and a nine year old. With her local roots, she is vested not only in the community, but also in the school district.

“I moved to Greenwood about two years ago,” stated LaChapelle. “I have family roots going back and forth from Fort Smith to Mansfield beginning in the 1800’s. I am now compiling historical research of the area for a future book.”

She has a diverse background in Anthropology, and obtained a degree in Cultural Anthropology from Arizona State University. She currently attends the University of Arkansas and is pursuing a degree in Archaeology.

“The Greenwood Resident will have up to date information on school events and happenings,” added LaChapelle. “While being new to the profession of news reporting, I am dedicated to providing fair and unbiased news.”

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Tammy Teague
Tammy is the heart behind the brand. Her tenacity to curate authentic journalism, supported by a genuine heart is one her many wholesome qualities.
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