Tornado Siren Over At The Post
Add these to the list of the Denver Post departed: Washington Bureau reporter John Aloysius Farrell, longtime reporter Jeff Roberts, assistant city editor Diane Alters, features columnist Dick Kreck, and feature writers Jack Cox and Ellen Sweets. Meanwhile, longtime left-leaning columnist Diane Carman and reporter Mike McPhee are, apparently, staying.
And, after several weeks of buyouts and layoffs, the economy-driven tornado that has churned its way through the newsrooms of Denver’s two daily newspapers for the past several weeks – and scattering some of the most recognized names in Colorado journalism –
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