Fry to retire as The Oklahoman editor and publisher
November 11, 2020
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The editor and publisher of The Oklahoman is retiring after 26 years in a variety of leadership roles, the newspaper reported Wednesday.
Kelly Dyer Fry, 61, the first woman to be named the paper's editor and publisher, will retire at the end of the year.
It was not clear who would replace her.
Starting as The Oklahoman's features editor in 1994, Fry later moved into digital operations and helped lead its merger with the newsroom.
Fry was named editor in 2012 and became publisher in 2018, shortly after GateHouse Media, which has since merged with Gannett, purchased t...