A Web site aimed at keeping the Rocky Mountain News alive launched Sunday night as part of a campaign by the newspaper's staff to rally public support a week after E.W. Scripps Co. put the Denver daily up for sale
and said it could cease publication if no buyer emerges. The IWantMyRocky.com
site urges readers to share memories and propose methods to keep the 149-year-old newspaper — Colorado's oldest business — from closing. "We meet in this strange place in a noble effort to save the Rocky Mountain News," Rocky columnist Mike Littwin writes. "And if we can’t save the Rocky, we can, at minimum, make some noise before we go."