The St. Louis Post-Dispatch‘s DC Bureau Chief Bill Lambrecht is heading to Hearst Newspapers as an investigative reporter in their Washington Bureau. In his more than three decades in journalism, Lambrecht has covered national politics and natural resources. He is also the author of two books -Dinner at the New Gene Cafe and Big Muddy Blues. Lambrecht’s new position was announced today by Hearst‘s DC Bureau Chief David McCumber in a press release.
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