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Macie May

Macie May

I moved to Colorado in 2014 and fell in love with the local media climate. I was a co-founder for two nonprofit media groups before joining the Longmont Leader team as editor in 2020. I am excited to spread my wings into a new community with the Broomfield Leader, where I also will serve as editor. When searching for joy in my life, I turn to hanging out with my kids and being outside.

Phone
720-749-1707 ext 1242
Email
macie@longmontleader.com

Recent Work by Macie

Mental health resources reach out to Spanish-speaking community

Mental health resources reach out to Spanish-speaking community

“The access to bilingual, Spanish-speaking staff is not easy to find for our community, here in Boulder County or here in Longmont,” Rodriguez said.
Digital checkout soar past 1 million along Front Range Libraries

Digital checkout soar past 1 million along Front Range Libraries

Interest in digital books has grown for the consortium each year
Childhood cancer survivor lands scholarship

Childhood cancer survivor lands scholarship

Johnson was awarded a $5,000 renewable scholarship
EPA begins process to regulate plane leaded gas, Boulder County shows support

EPA begins process to regulate plane leaded gas, Boulder County shows support

Leaded gas is primarily used by piston-engine aircraft that carry 2-10 passengers
Children's author visits Niwot bookstore

Children's author visits Niwot bookstore

The Wandering Jellyfish Bookshop in Niwot will welcome middle-grade author of the book "Trashed!" to its store later this month. Martha Freeman is an award-nominated author who has written 30 children's books.
Kaiser Permanente expands health and wellness in the community

Kaiser Permanente expands health and wellness in the community

Kaiser Permanente donates $650,000 to the Red Cross
Rocky Mountain DEA announces record fentanyl seizures in 2022

Rocky Mountain DEA announces record fentanyl seizures in 2022

Most of the seizures took place in Colorado
FRCC nationally recognized for online learning program

FRCC nationally recognized for online learning program

More than 11,000 students who attend FRCC take at least one online course a yea
BoCo Dems create community of candidates of color

BoCo Dems create community of candidates of color

An upcoming training will discuss obstacles for people of color who are seeking office
RTD changes some routes after adopting new plan

RTD changes some routes after adopting new plan

Changes begin Monday