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Jeanie Groh takes over as Post education reporter

Jeanie Groh is the Post’s new education reporter.
Her primary responsibility will be covering news in the Rowan-Salisbury and Kannapolis school systems, at Catawba and Livingstone colleges and at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College.
She’ll also be keeping an eye on trends in education and how they’re affecting local schools.
A native of Raleigh, Groh received her bachelor’s degree in public relations from Gardner-Webb University in May.
She attended the Washington Journalism Center in the fall of 2012, where she interned with Religion News Service. She also interned for the Shelby Star in Cleveland County.
She interned in Gardner-Webb’s Office of Media Relations and in the N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services’ Public Affairs Office as the State Fair intern.
Groh enjoys traveling and has been to Ireland, Belize, Hungary, Romania, Canada and the Bahamas.
She also loves to bake and craft unique cupcakes.
To reach Groh, email her at jgroh@salisburypost.com or call her at 704-797-4222.

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