Dimon Kendrick-Holmes named Opelika-Auburn News editor


Dimon Kendrick-Holmes, who served as vice-president and executive editor of the Columbus (Georgia) Ledger-Enquirer from 2012-2018, has been named editor of the Opelika-Auburn News in Alabama.

After leaving the Ledger-Enquirer, Kendrick-Holmes taught English composition at Columbus State University and served as executive director at Marannook, a Christian camp and training center founded by his parents, Charles and Barbara, on family land in LaFayette, Alabama, in 1976.

“I’m excited about the opportunity to lead a talented newsroom as we cover such an interesting and thriving community,” Kendrick-Holmes said. “We’ve got some great stories to tell, and I look forward to talking to the people who live and work here, getting to know the community better and figuring out what those stories are.”

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