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Greg Ellison

Greg Ellison

Seasoned reporter Greg Ellison strives to deliver accurate, nuanced takes on a wide range of hyper-local news. As a Maryland native and CU Boulder graduate with prior beats in mountainous and beach regions, Greg understands that community empowerment requires knowledge delivered by neighborhood news sources.

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greg@broomfieldleader.com

Recent Work by Greg

Broomfield student wins Colorado ‘I Voted’ digital sticker design contest

Broomfield student wins Colorado ‘I Voted’ digital sticker design contest

Broomfield student and aspiring artist Matt Hernandez, 18, was shell-shocked this week to win the first-ever statewide “I Voted” digital sticker design contest.
Air quality is focus of ‘Go-Tober’ campaign

Air quality is focus of ‘Go-Tober’ campaign

Improving air quality is an effort the Denver Regional Council of Governments says everyone can participate in. For Go-Tober, DRCOG is asking for business to get on board.
UCHealth joining unique national weight-loss study

UCHealth joining unique national weight-loss study

​​​​​​​UCHealth will soon begin a national weight-loss study to look at the impacts of the first procedure-less intragastric balloon
Colorado State Patrol to deploy body cameras by March

Colorado State Patrol to deploy body cameras by March

State legislation requires law enforcement officers to wear body cameras by July 2023.
Colorado teenager wins American Ninja Warrior for second straight year

Colorado teenager wins American Ninja Warrior for second straight year

Sixteen-year-old Kaden Lebsack from Castle Rock finished as the Last Ninja Standing in the American Ninja Warrior competion for the second straight year.
CSU extension Grow and Give program seeks harvest bounties

CSU extension Grow and Give program seeks harvest bounties

Fall is approaching which means backyard gardeners are busy pulling in their harvest. In some cases that means an abundance of food for one household. The Grow & Give program can help share the wealth.
Crayons to Calculators school supply drive seeks donations

Crayons to Calculators school supply drive seeks donations

The annual Crayons to Calculators campaign, which provides school supplies for local students, is seeking public support to meet an overall program goal of $250,000 for the upcoming academic year.
Crayons to Calculators school supply drive seeks donations

Crayons to Calculators school supply drive seeks donations

The annual Crayons to Calculators campaign, which provides school supplies for local students, is seeking public support to meet an overall program goal of $250,000 for the upcoming academic year.
A 3 year decrease in new cars trickles down

A 3 year decrease in new cars trickles down

Supply chain issues and lower production runs of new vehicles have ratcheted used car prices to record heights. 
Lost wallet? Here is what to do next.

Lost wallet? Here is what to do next.

Losing your wallet can be a disorienting experience but timely focus is required to replace drivers licenses or other IDs, cancel credit cards, freeze bank accounts, file police reports and scan credit reports for unusual activity.