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.
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: Colorado’s small-town newspapers connect communities – and deserve community support
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.
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
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
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: The crisis facing local news in these coronavirus times is a crisis of democracy
Opinion: How can we maintain a free press? Let’s start by teaching news media literacy
Evan Smith discusses how to make our communities healthier by making them better informed
The Colorado Sun shares a conversation with Texas Tribune CEO and co-founder Evan Smith ahead of his visit to Denver this week
From the Editor: It’s a wonderful life, or at least a well-informed life, that enjoys local journalism. Help us keep it alive.
Don't let more states, cities and towns find out what life is like without reporters hitting the streets.
Opinion: Colorado journalism needs public support
The former editors of the Rocky Mountain News and Denver Post say if Coloradans want a healthy democracy, journalism needs help