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Letters of Thanks: Grateful for your stories

Learning more about this town I call home — from the storied past to our complicated present — always leaves me eager for more.
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Summer sunsets over the pastoral stretch rolling up to the Front Range.

I’m relatively new to the Longmont Leader team. It’s been an exciting learning curve for me and I’m beyond grateful for the experiences that writing for the Longmont Leader offers me. Learning more about this town I call home — from the storied past to our complicated present — always leaves me eager for more.

I’m thankful for the trust Longmont’s community gives us to share your stories, that trust is invaluable. This could easily turn into an essay listing each person, so let it suffice to say I carry every story with me. 

Our small team at the Leader works hard every day to bring news, information and stories to you. I’m grateful for their guidance, camaraderie and leadership. I couldn’t do this without each of them.

I’m grateful for you, readers.

Thank you, Longmont.

Matt Maenpaa, reporter


 
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