GREENVILLE– Abigail Miller has been with Darke County Now since it launched this past August, and was recently promoted to assistant editor.
“I’ll still report and write content as I did previously,” she said. “With my promotion I’ll also now be working alongside our editor, Gaylen Blosser, and general manager, Michael Blackwell, to manage the editorial department.”
Miller, daughter of Bob and Michelle (Isch) Miller of Greenville, is looking forward to her new role, and will continue with her beats (court, county commissioners, Arcanum Village Council, Greenville City Council, health and lifestyle).
“It’s exciting, and a lot of fun,” she said. “I love that we are always looking for new ideas, new ways to innovate and new ways to collaborate with the community.”
“I would love to be more creative in this new role,” she replied. “I have a minor in fashion media and I would love to utilize it. I enjoy collaborating as well so I’m looking forward to working with my co-workers in this new role.”
She learned about the new concept that Darke County Now offers after being approached by Blosser, her former co-worker, long-time family friend and neighbor.
He asked her to come on board and she obliged.
Miller previously worked at the local weekly newspaper the spring/summer of 2021 as a reporter before accepting the job with Darke County Now.
Born and raised in Greenville, she graduated from Greenville High School in 2016 and from Kent State University in 2019.
“I’ve always wanted to write a newspaper or a magazine, and eventually be an editor,” she said.
Her interests in life are thrifting, crocheting, cooking, astrology and spending time with friends and family.