KODIAK (AP) -- The daughter of the former owners of the Kodiak Daily Mirror has been named its new publisher.
Amy Willis, who has worked at various times for the paper since high school, when her parents owned the company, was named publisher last week.
Willis had been interim publisher since September.
Willis moved to Kodiak with her parents, Duane and Nancy Freeman, in 1972. They purchased the Kodiak Daily Mirror in 1982 and owned the paper until it was sold to the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner in 1998.
Willis earned an associates degree from Columbia Basin College in Pasco, Wash., in 1988, and a journalism degree with an advertising emphasis from the University of Alaska Anchorage in 1992.
She worked as the advertising manager until she was promoted to interim publisher last year.
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