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High Plains Journal marketing team expands

Cody Felber has joined High Plains Journal as a marketing assistant.

"We are excited to have Cody join the marketing team at High Plains Journal," said Sarah Farlee, marketing director. "As our company continues to grow it is essential to bring talented professionals on board, and Cody is a great addition to our team."

Felber earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Leadership, Education and Communications from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in May.

He most recently worked in communications for the Nebraska Wheat Board, as well as interning with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension in Nuckolls and Thayer counties.

Felber is the son of Doug and Cindy Felber of Deweese, Neb.

High Plains Journal and Midwest Ag Journal are weekly agriculture news publications with five geographic editions covering production agriculture across 12 states with paid readership. The Journal is based in Dodge City, Kan., and has brought essential industry news and markets to farm families and agriculture decision makers for more than 60 years throughout the core of production agriculture.

Date: 12/17/2012


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