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The Citizen Telegram is a weekly publication with circulation of 2,500 every Thursday. Over the years, the Telegram has been honored... + more
The Citizen Telegram is a weekly publication with circulation of 2,500 every Thursday. Over the years, the Telegram has been honored numerous times by the Colorado Press Association with advertising sweepstakes awards, editorial sweepstakes for writing and reporting, and was named the best mid-sized weekly in its category. Other awards have signified excellent photography and newspaper design. Editor Mike McKibbin has won several Colorado Press Association and Associated Press awards over the last 9 years. In 2006, he was chosen for a fellowship with the Institutes for Journalism and Natural Resources.
The Glenwood Springs Post Independent was created by the merger of the historic Glenwood Post and the upstart Glenwood Independent i... + more
The Glenwood Springs Post Independent was created by the merger of the historic Glenwood Post and the upstart Glenwood Independent in November of 2000. The newspaper covers all aspects of the community in the mountains and Garfield County — a region larger than the state of Rhode Island. There are six municipalities in the county: Glenwood Springs, Carbondale, New Castle, Silt, Rifle and Parachute/Battlement Mesa. The Post Independent is a seven-day publication serving Garfield County.
The Snowmass Sun, Snowmass Village's hometown newspaper, was founded in 1978 by Jack Schuss and Dick Slaughter. Their initial invest... + more
The Snowmass Sun
The Snowmass Sun, Snowmass Village's hometown newspaper, was founded in 1978 by Jack Schuss and Dick Slaughter. Their initial investment in the paper was a modest $27,000! After a series of mom and pop owners, Morris Communications bought the paper in 1998 before Swift Communications acquired the Sun two years later. Every Wednesday, the Sun publishes between 3,200 and 4,000 newspapers, depending on the season, that are distributed up and down the Roaring Fork Valley. Breaking news is also captured on the website.