David Wells is editorial page editor for the Cincinnati Enquirer. He joined the newspaper as a reporter in 1974 after graduating with a bachelor's degree in journalism from Ohio University. He moved to the Editorial Page in 2000, and was named editor of the department in December 2002. He writes editorials and a weekly column. Before that, he spent 26 years as a
reporter and editor on the Local News Desk, where he covered
everything from a visit by Mother Teresa to the conviction of a
serial killer nicknamed "The Angel of Death.''
"My column is a chance to say what I think, which may, or may
not, be consistent with the Enquirer's position. It may make you
angry or it may make you happy. I hope that it at least makes you
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, phone: (513) 768-8310, fax: 768-8610,
mail: David Wells, Associate Editorial Page Editor, Cincinnati
Enquirer, 312 Elm St., Cincinnati OH 45202.
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