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Moreland leaving Central Kentucky News-Journal

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‘I have a strong desire to do something to help people and make a difference in the lives of others.’

By The Staff

 

Jeff Moreland, publisher of the Central Kentucky News-Journal, will be starting a new chapter in his life and career.

Moreland, who has been with the newspapers’ parent company Landmark Community Newspapers for 13 years, has accepted a communications position with Isaiah House, a faith-based drug and alcohol treatment center for men.

“I have a strong desire to do something to help people and make a difference in the lives of others. When this opportunity with Isaiah House presented itself, I spent a lot of time praying about it, and I feel this is a change God has in place for my life right now,” Moreland said. “I know people who have experienced great changes in their lives through Isaiah House, and I hope my work there can help make positive changes for many more people who have those needs, as well as needing God in their lives.”

With a career that spans more than 20 years in journalism, Moreland said there are many fond memories that have been made throughout his career. 

Working with local community members has provided Moreland with the opportunity to build relationships with newspaper customers and community leaders, as well as developing friendships.

“I really appreciate the opportunity I’ve had to work with everyone in Taylor County. It’s been a great experience working at the News-Journal, and I’ll never forget the people I’ve come to know through my work. “

Moreland will be at the CKNJ through Dec. 7.