Camdenton newspaper sold to editor

G.L. Publications, publisher of The Reporter in Camdenton, has been sold by Linda Burns to Reporter editor Dale Johnson. The weekly is in its 15th year.
Johnson started as a photographer, moved up to reporter and editor, and now becomes the third owner of the newspaper.
The publication, originally called The Freebee, was founded by Glenn Shepherd in October of 1992. The name was changed to The Reporter and The Ozark Freebee was launched as a free shopper.
After Shepherd died, his daughter, Mrs. Burns, took over the publishing company and expanded the business. The newspaper’s office will be relocated soon.
Johnson lives in the lake area.

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