Al Edenloff is the editor of the twice-weekly Echo Press. He started his journalism career when he was in 10th grade, writing football and basketball stories for the Parkers Prairie Independent. Al started working for the Echo Press in the summer of 1983 as an intern. He returned to Moorhead State University and graduated with honors in 1984 with a degree in mass communications, print journalism. He was hired back at the Echo Press shortly after he graduated. He worked in both sports and news, and in 1990, he was promoted to editor. Al thoroughly enjoys the challenges that come with leading a community newspaper in a growing, vibrant community and is fortunate to have a great staff, publisher and production team that make the newspaper a success.
His field of coverage includes Alexandria City Council and writing Echo Press editorials.
Contact him at aedenloff@echopress.com or 320-763-3133 or 320-815-0834.
Language: English

Douglas County voters bucked the trend in Senate District 9.
The newspaper will be following three local primary races.
A new episode is released every Tuesday and Thursday, giving readers a brief look at the stories found in Wednesday's and Friday's papers.
Voters to decide 2 Alexandria School Board races and a Republican senator race in District 9.
Golden wins four of his last five holes to avenge a finals loss in the Grand Masters Division from 2021.
Chaska golfer has now won Resorters titles across three different divisions.
Lindberg has now won back-to-back titles twice.
Alexandria's Carver Larson will meet top seed Lunden Esterline in Saturday's finals.
Troy Johnson, Andrew Olson, Joe Sauer and Chad Hacker will compete Saturday for the Men's Executive title.
Top seeds Amanda O'Donnell and Jodi Sullivan meet in Saturday's Women's Executive division finals.