Press Enterprise Writers
Jim Sachetti has been a newsman for 40 years, 27 as editor of the Press Enterprise. He writes the paper's daily editorial and the Roses and Thorns columns Saturday, Sunday and Monday. He also edits 30 Seconds.
A Shamokin native, Bogdan is the Press Enterprise's senior writer. He covers courtroom proceedings. Outside work, he enjoys Boston sports teams and Mexican beer.
Contact Pete Kendron if you have ideas for news stories. After spending a decade covering Bloomsburg, he now manages the reporters of the Press Enterprise newsroom. Born and raised in Buffalo, N.Y., he's been with the paper since 2001.
Michael Lester covers Geisinger, northern Columbia County and whatever else crosses his desk. A native of the Poconos, he studied journalism at Bloomsburg University, graduating in 1995. He joined the Press Enterprise while in college.
Assistant Sports Editor
Assistant sports editor Dan Reilly is a 2009 graduate from Kutztown University with a degree in English/Professional Writing. Reilly is also an '05 graduate from Central Columbia High School. Dan, who has been honored for his writing by the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association, has been with the Press Enterprise since August '09 after interning with Berkshire Baseball Club in Womelsdorf during his senior year at Kutztown.
Adam Roberts began writing for the Press Enterprise in 2011. A Bloomsburg High School graduate, Adam covers mostly football and wrestling.
Susan Schwartz grew up in Colorado. She moved to Pennsylvania in 1996 with plans to stay a year, but fell in love with the stories she found here. She believes knowledge is power — with enough information, people can solve any problem.
Damien Scoblink began writing for the Press Enterprise in the summer of 2010, and he has been honored for his writing by the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association. He is a Berwick native who graduated from Temple University in 2008 with a degree in elementary education. As he has no athletic ability himself, sports writing seemed like a reasonable alternative to actually participating.
Julye Wemple was born in New York, raised in Danville and graduated from Bloomsburg University. She has written both sports and news since 2007 and now covers the southern end of Columbia County. Outside work, she enjoys watching hockey, particularly the Columbus Blue Jackets.