New Century Press welcomes advertising representatives

New Century Press, parent company of theLyon County Reporter, West Lyon HeraldandSioux County Index-Reporter,recently welcomed two new advertising representatives, Andrea Rausch and Kari Jurrens, to work with clients in the area, following the retirement of Lois Kuehl, advertising representative for the three papers.

Rausch grew up in Okoboji, Iowa, and graduated from Okoboji High School. After graduation, she got married and started a family in Spencer, Iowa. Rausch has two children, Autumn, 16, and Austin, 14. Before joining the staff at New Century Press, she worked as store manager at Hog Slat Inc. in Hartley, Iowa. She moved to Rock Rapids this past spring. In her new role, Rausch will work primarily with clients and sell advertising for theWest Lyon HeraldandSioux County Index-Reporter.In her free time, Rausch says she enjoys doing yoga, going to the Iowa Great Lakes and going to movies with her family. “I’m excited for this new chapter in my life that is allowing me to move to a new town and meet new people,” said Rausch.

Jurrens is not new to the staff at New Century Press, but recently started in a new role. She started working for New Century Press in March 2010 as an office assistant in Hull. In December 2010, she was transferred to Rock Rapids as an advertising representative assistant. That role grew to include duties as an assistant business manager and assistant general manager. Jurrens’ new title is that of advertising representative with duties that will include working with clients and selling advertising for theLyon County Reporterprimarily. “I’m excited to go out and visit the clients that I’ve had a hand in helping over the past six years and be able to bring new, exciting things into the paper,” she said.

Jurrens was raised near Hartford, South Dakota, and graduated from Tri-Valley High School in Colton, South Dakota. After graduating high school, she got married and started a family in Rock Rapids. Her family includes her husband, Brandon, and children, Cameron “CJ,” 9, and Lily, who will be 7 in August. In her spare time, Kari said she enjoys spending time with her family, going racing and watching her kids play sports.

Comments are closed.

  • Fairytale creatures, ogres and a donkey

    October 19th, 2017
    by

    A Tony Award-winning fairy tale adventure will be presented on the Tom Gaspar Stage in Forster Auditorium at Central Lyon High School later this month


    Box of Blessings

    October 19th, 2017
    by

    When the idea to send boxes of items to troops oversees was conceived in 2002, Tracy Post had no idea her kind gesture would evolve into the operation


    Rain delay halrs harvest

    October 19th, 2017
    by

    Unusually heavy rainfall during the first week of October kept most farmers out of the fields, and largely delayed the start of harvest season.


  • Longtime quilting hobby leads to fun and success

    September 27th, 2017
    by

    When it comes to hobbies, quilting isn’t something that is at the top of most people’s lists.


    Good news for hospital project

    September 27th, 2017
    by

    Good news for hospital project After more than eight months of waiting, the Merrill Pioneer Community Hospital board of trustees received an important piece of news regarding the new hospital and


    Mayoral and council races set for Nov. 7

    September 27th, 2017
    by

    Residents in all eight communities in Lyon County will be asked to head to the polls for


  • Facebook

  • [Advertisement.]
  • Sports Tweets

  • Latest News

    Honor and Recognition

    Jason Hommes | Staff Writer jhommes@ncppub.com eterans’ Day is a day set aside to honor America’s veterans, but unlike other […]

    Mustangs take home first and second in the Siouxland Conference

    Mustangs take home first and second in the Sio uxland Conference OTTER VALLEY-It came as no surprise to see Class 2A top-ranked George-Little Rock/Central Lyon cross-country boys as winners of the

    Mustangs’ energy and serving the difference in 3-0 sweep

    Mustangs’ energy and serving the difference in 3-0 sweep George-Little Rock