Tim Wiederaenders has been in the newspaper business since 1987 and started working for Western News&Info, Inc., in 1991 at the Lake Havasu City Herald. Since then he has worked as editor of the Herald, the Kingman Daily Miner and Golden Valley Enterprise. In 1996 he came to Prescott and The Daily Courier. He has worked in a variety of positions at the Courier, including as editor, news editor, city editor, managing editor, and now community editor.

Tim has served on WNI's Editorial Committee since 1996. He has earned various writing, editing and design awards from WNI, the Arizona Associated Press Managing Editors and the Arizona Newspapers Association.

In addition to speaking engagements, he serves the community as president of the Yavapai County Education Foundation Board of Directors. He previously has volunteered as board member and chairman of the SAVE-Prescott Board of Trustees (Students Against Violence Everyday); vocational services director for Prescott Sunup Rotary; marketing chairman with Prescott Frontier Days, the "World's Oldest Rodeo"; adviser of Yavapai College's student newspaper; and as an adjunct faculty member in journalism at the college.

Tim is a 1989 Colorado State University graduate with a bachelor's degree in journalism, and a 2002 Northern Arizona University graduate with a master's degree in education. Tim lives in Williamson Valley with his wife, Tracy. He spends his free time working on the family's horse property and enjoying the outdoors.

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