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‘Journalism Matters’: Pueblo Chieftain employees protest cuts and their new owner...

A year ago, Denver Post journalists streamed out of their newsroom at the Adams County printing plant waving picket signs and loudly protesting their hedge-fund owner: "Hey-hey, Ho-ho, Alden...

The newsroom mood is ‘pretty dark’ as cuts hit The Pueblo...

Last year, Colorado's oldest daily newspaper, which at the time was under family ownership, was, like many newspapers around the country, bought by GateHouse, a company managed...

2018 was bloodbaths and ‘blooms’: The year in Colorado’s media world...

For this week's column, we take a look back at 2018 and all that happened in our little corner of the journalism world. OK,...

Mystery in southern Colorado: Who’s going to buy The Pueblo Chieftain?

The Pueblo Chieftain, a newspaper in southern Colorado that has been family owned for 150 years, is in the process of being sold to...

About those changes to a Cory Gardner story at The Denver...

On a day last week when news was changing quickly about a potential new federal health care law that would affect millions of people and one sixth...

A Colorado reporter finds criminal evidence— in a landfill

This story is something else. First the background: Fremont County law enforcement have been working on a cold case murder of a 17-year-old girl who was shot near Cañon...

Your weekly roundup of Colorado news and media, March 1

  Last Monday there was something missing from Colorado’s largest daily newspaper: For the first time in memory, no house editorial appeared in the pages of...

Chieftain Newsroom Execs Sign Giron Recall Petitions, Blasted for ‘Ethics Conflict’

In the storm of passions that erupted this spring in Colorado around proposed state gun-control laws, The Pueblo Chieftain made little attempt to hide its opposition and blasted Pueblo Democratic Senator Angela Giron for supporting the measures.