Stahley in new job at Billings Gazette

2014-03-23T00:00:00Z 2014-06-30T15:59:05Z Stahley in new job at Billings Gazette The Billings Gazette
March 23, 2014 12:00 am

^pPreston Stahley^p of Billings Gazette Communications has been selected for a new position on the Lee digital development team. He will assist with design and product development of a growing portfolio of digital platforms for The Gazette and Lee Enterprises.

Stahley has worked as a programmer and lead designer for Billings Gazette Communications since 2007 and also has managed his own ^pdigital solutions company^p. Stahley earned a computer science degree from Rocky Mountain College in 2005.

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