You may have caught a brand new face in Mile Zero engaged in the community. It's our new reporter Dave Lueneberg who has joined the Dawson Creek Mirror and team. Dave brings almost 20 years experience in radio, television, and print throughout BC, Alberta, and the Northwest Territories.
Look for some of his work in this week's Mirror - and check out some of his own words about himself below!
- Managing Editor Rob Brown
Hi, my name is Dave Lueneberg, and I am thrilled to be joining Dawson Creek Mirror as its newest reporter covering sports and business.
For those who know me, and you may be one, there is usually one of two things strapped on my right shoulder – a camera bag or a 15-pound cat named Taylor. Photography is one of my loves and I’m really excited to be able to get share my passion with you, the reader — although it’s not altogether something entirely new.
For close to five years, I have been lucky enough to take photos and write stories for Dawson Creek Mirror and Alaska Highway News. Before that, I spent almost 20 years in radio and television throughout BC, Alberta, and, for one very long winter, in the Northwest Territories.
In 2014, I moved to Taylor and shortly afterwards became a councillor with the District of Taylor. Besides photography, I love music, cycling, and spending time with my two kids — Taylor and Oreo. I also think there’s nothing better than curling up on the couch and reading a newspaper. (Go figure!)
Send Dave any an all of your sports tips and leads to email@example.com