Doug Miner and Maggie Rotermund
Doug, a Maplewood resident, also works as editor of Maplewood-Brentwood Patch. Doug graduated from Michigan State University with a degree in industrial design. His first job was with Nike research and development, though he transitioned into journalism after shooting for newspapers. He's covered St. Louis Cardinals (both football and baseball) and St. Louis Blues as a stringer for the Associated Press. He joined Patch as an editor in November 2011.
Maggie is a trained print journalist who graduated from the University of Missouri School of Journalism in 2002. She also earned a master's degree in international relations from Webster University. At her first job at The Baxter Bulletin in Mountain Home, Ark., she won several awards for her work, including the Southern Newspaper Publishers Association Newspapers in Education award for a story on an 84-year-old man learning to read. She later worked as the St. Clair Editor for the Washington Missourian newspaper in Franklin County. She joined Patch in 2010 as the editor of Wentzville Patch before moving to University City Patch in January 2012.
Clayton-Richmond Heights Patch was launched in December 2010 by former editor Nate Birt, who left in October 2012 to work for Farm Journal Media.