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CU Boulder athletic director apologizes after football coach Karl Dorrell shoves TV camera following blowout loss

Dorrell shoved a photojournalist's camera while trotting off Folsom Field following a blowout loss to Southern California on Saturday

News

John Temple: Jim Sheeler had his own hidden superpowers

John Temple, former editor and publisher of the Rocky Mountain News, remembers a reporter who found a way to slow down time and listen to the people he wrote about

Opinion Columns

Littwin: How do you write an obit for Jim Sheeler, the brilliant writer who made the death beat his own?

Sheeler was a Pulitzer winner at the Rocky, a National Book Award finalist, a close friend, a deeply good person and the only great writer I’ve ever known who never had to fake humility

Opinion Columns

Colorado Sun receives Facebook grant to extend statewide outreach

The Facebook Journalism Project awarded The Sun a $20,000 grant to help support digital initiatives

Sun News

Colorado House Republicans distribute list of “friendly” and “not friendly” media outlets

House Minority Leader Hugh McKean, a Loveland Republican, defended the list, saying it was created at the behest of a member who wanted to know how to best navigate the Capitol media landscape.

Politics and Government

Colorado Sun adds photojournalist to its expanding team

Olivia Sun is joining The Colorado Sun team as part of the Report for America national service program

Coloradans

Opinion: Some Colorado newspapers are rethinking criminal justice coverage

The national racial justice reckoning lately is involving publications that are atoning for past wrongs by rethinking the way race is considered in, among other things, criminal justice coverage.

Opinion

Hutchins’ year in review: Here’s what happened in Colorado’s media world in 2020

Good riddance to a bad year of layoffs, furloughs and further cuts. But it also saw greater collaboration.

Opinion Columns

From our editor: Like so many, The Colorado Sun had its ups and downs in 2020. Here’s where we are today.

Colorado’s locally owned, independent news source doubled its membership, won a pile of awards and told stories that needed to be told.

Opinion Columns

Opinion: How have the media performed during this longest presidential term in our lifetimes? And what lessons were learned?

The test will be in the homestretch of the election, when weary reporters will tap reserves to ID -- and perhaps prevent -- any malfeasance around the vote count.

Opinion Columns

Silverman: Search for truth and support reliable news outlets

Opinion Columns

Opinion: Denver’s protest shooting a superspreader of online misinformation

Opinion Columns

From our Editor: The Colorado Sun marks its second anniversary with the debut of a daily podcast

The Daily Sun-Up will be available at 6 a.m. Monday through Friday wherever you get your podcasts. Also, you’re invited to virtually celebrate our anniversary with us.

Opinion Columns

Opinion: If CU Boulder will not invest in independent student news, maybe you will

Opinion Columns

From the editor: Civil is gone, but The Colorado Sun is still rising

The Sun is approaching a major membership milestone, thanks to thousands of new members

Opinion Columns

Littwin: Hello, Colorado Sun readers, goodbye Indy

Opinion Columns

Colorado Sun wins 10 first-place awards in state press contest, including public service prize

The Sun also wins first place in investigative, education, business, agriculture, health and other categories

Business

Colorado Sun wins 28 awards, including 14 first-place, in Top of the Rockies competition

A letter from the Editor: Thanks, Colorado, for supporting The Sun and allowing us to produce award-winning journalism for you

Opinion Columns

Opinion: The crisis facing local news in these coronavirus times is a crisis of democracy

Opinion Columns

Opinion: How can we maintain a free press? Let’s start by teaching news media literacy

Opinion Columns
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