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Zachary Matson

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Matson, Zachary
Zachary Matson
Employee Since: 2015
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Zachary Matson has been The Daily Gazette's education reporter since October 2015. Prior to joining the Gazette, he covered schools, local government, and the environment in Arizona and Missouri. Zach grew up in suburban Kansas City and studied at the Missouri School of Journalism. He lives in Corinth with his wife, Gwen, and enjoys his free time hiking in the Adirondacks or making dinner.  

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