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Dean of statehouse press corps Ashby laid off by Pueblo Chieftain

The number of reporters covering the Colorado Capitol continues to drop as Charles Ashby, Denver bureau chief for The Pueblo Chieftain, received word Tuesday that he would be laid off. Ashby will continue reporting from the statehouse through the legislative session, Chieftain managing editor Steve Henson told the Colorado Independent on Tuesday afternoon. He has covered the Capitol for the Chieftain since 2005 and was the Durango Herald's state legislative reporter for seven sessions before that.

DeGette wins nod for ‘Best of Statehouse’ online news series

TCI's own Cara DeGette snagged an honorable mention "Cappie" award for best online in-depth statehouse reporting at the annual Association of Capitol Reporters and Editors conference last weekend in Raleigh-Durham, N.C. It was a bold choice for an organization that admits its struggles with "shrinking capitol news bureaus and economic hard times for media outlets across the country" since our series took on one of their own.

What Happened Under Doug Bruce’s Golden Dome Yesterday?

Let's review. What happened besides Rep. Douglas Bruce leveling his latest effrontery at Mexican migrant workers as "illiterate peasants?" Well, there was that mob...

‘Colorado Matters’ to Air Segment on Capitol Press Credential Flap

Restrictions to Media Access at State Capitol Joe Hanel, who covers the state capitol for the Durango Herald, and Wendy Norris, managing editor of Colorado...

Colorado Confidential Founder Responds To Baseless Claim

The founder and CEO of Colorado Confidential's parent company is challenging a reporter who has publicly claimed that this news organization has direct links...

Gene Amole: The Subtle Snub That Spoke Volumes

The wall at the Denver Press Club is filled with framed caricatures honoring the (mostly) men and women who have chronicled and defined the...

Colorado Capitol Press Association: The Form

The following is the form established by the newly-formed Colorado Capitol Press Association that is currently posted at the Colorado General Assembly's Web site....

Proving Journalism Creds Inspires One Word: Demeaning

Don Knox, a well-known and respected past business editor at both the Rocky Mountain News and the Denver Post, described his entire experience applying...

‘Real’ Colorado Journalists Wear Purple

In journalism, it's been termed the Battle between the Old and the New. And when news reporters who remain among the dwindling ranks of...

Colorado Capitol Press Association: The Rules

Colorado Capitol Press Association's rules, as specified on the Colorado General Assembly's Web site. "The Association's rules are modeled on the Congressional Press Galleries," according...