An emphasis on strong community journalism was evident at the 140th annual convention of the Colorado Press Association April 12-14 at the Antlers Hotel in Colorado Springs — the first year the
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Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper proclaimed April 16-22 as Colorado Journalism Week at the Colorado Press Association’s annual convention in Colorado Springs Friday, April 13.
A portion of the standing-room-only crowd is pictured at the beginning of the annual Melissa Memorial Hospital Forum as CEO Trampas Hutches, pictured at left, begins his presentation on a 2017 recap of the hospital, existing and new medical staff, transitional plan and strategic focus for 2018. Crowd input immediately addressed concerns and questions around the sudden departure of Dr. Aaron Wilson. — Johnson Publications
Melissa Memorial Hospital CEO Trampas Hutches highlighted key details in his annual public forum presentation regarding the state of MMH and its strategic plans as he opened the meeting in the
AirLife’s green and blue helicopter will soon be a regular sight on the helicopter pad east of Melissa Memorial Hospital.
Despite being Phillips County Telephone Company by name, PC Telcom continues to become more and more a broadband company, CEO/general manager Vince Kropp explained at the cooperative’s April 5