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David Corriveau
32 Wheatley Street
Lebanon, NH 03766

Professional Experience:
October 1987 to present
Full-time sports writer for The Valley News, a daily newspaper in West Lebanon, New Hampshire. Duties include covering sports events of 15 area high schools, as well as at Kimball Union Acadamy in Meriden, New Hampshire and at Dartmouth College. Also compile weekly recreation page that includes calendar of activities of area recreation departments, and items about area residents' activities and accomplishments in recreational sports. Other duties include editing and organizing of copy from correspondents and from wire services on deadline.

Write occasional freelance articles for Dartmouth Medicine magazine on athletic activities of current and former Dartmouth Medical School students. Have also written stories about sports events at Dartmouth for The Washington Post.

April 1984-October 1987
Full-time, general-assignment reporter for The Vineyard Gazette, which publishes twice a week during the summer and once a week between October and May on the island of Martha's Vineyard off the coast of Massachusetts. Wrote about local government and politics of each of the island's six towns, as well as about island-wide organizations such as the school district, the county airport and the hospital. Also wrote human-interest feature articles on a wide range of people and subjects.

December 1980-January 1984
Full-time, general-assignment reporter for the Newport Daily News, which publishes six days a week and circulates in Newport, R.I., and three neighboring towns. Wrote about local government, police and court news, as well as human-interest feature articles and editorials. Duties also included filling in as newsroom receptionist and writing obituaries, wedding announcements and birth announcements.

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