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Re: Layoff and Buyouts at the Houston Chronicle

The carnage continues over at the Houston Chronicle. Besides the names we mentioned yesterday, folks who have either taken a buyout or been laid off include (and by “include” we mean these are the names culled from various sources; if you are erroneously included, our congratulations and please let us know):

Among the bylined folks are features writer Andrew Guy, Patty Reinert of the Washington bureau and writer Bruce Westbrook.

Editor types include sports editor Fred Faour, Lee Cearnal, Steve Rassenfoss, Linda Gilchriest and Judy Minshew.

Again, best of luck to all. -- Richard Connelly

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