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Don Chareunsy
FEATURES EDITOR
Don Chareunsy donc@spokesman.com (509) 459-5446

Don Chareunsy joined The Spokesman-Review on April 29, 2019, as Food Editor for the Features Department – that’s restaurants, bars, chefs, food and beverage, recipes and more. On July 22, he became Assistant Managing Editor - Features (or Features Editor) and leads the department’s six weekly sections – Food (Wednesdays), Serendipity (Wednesdays), Health (Thursdays), 7 (Fridays), Today (Sundays) and Family (Mondays). Check out the Gonzaga University alumnus on Instagram @dchareunsy.


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