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Macie May

Macie May

I moved to Colorado in 2014 and fell in love with the local media climate. I was a co-founder for two nonprofit media groups before joining the Longmont Leader team as editor in 2020. I am excited to spread my wings into a new community with the Broomfield Leader, where I also will serve as editor. When searching for joy in my life, I turn to hanging out with my kids and being outside.

Email
macie@longmontleader.com

Recent Work by Macie

Local energy resources to be expanded through regional agreement

Local energy resources to be expanded through regional agreement

By joining a broader region, utilities are able to connect with different energy resources, helping to eliminate the reliance on carbon energy sources. 
District provides update on safety and security upgrades

District provides update on safety and security upgrades

AEDs are being upgraded through the district.
Longmont Journey: Looking back inspired local man to plan ahead

Longmont Journey: Looking back inspired local man to plan ahead

Bill Hazel shares his story so others can take care of their families
City of Longmont continues to clear roads

City of Longmont continues to clear roads

Roads in the area may be slick
St. Vrain Education seeks nominations for Teacher of the Year

St. Vrain Education seeks nominations for Teacher of the Year

Nomination deadline is Feb. 23
City of Longmont recognizes businesses that have adopted sustainable practices

City of Longmont recognizes businesses that have adopted sustainable practices

Over 44 local businesses participate in the program
A Longmont resident witnessed four men attempting to enter his truck. He now faces charges due to his reaction.

A Longmont resident witnessed four men attempting to enter his truck. He now faces charges due to his reaction.

The resident fired a shotgun at the men, hitting one.
St. Vrain schools cancel after school activities due to deteriorating road conditions

St. Vrain schools cancel after school activities due to deteriorating road conditions

The canellation includes Community Schools and Wraparound childcare programs.
Officials discover bone fragments at home of the Marshall fire's remaining missing person

Officials discover bone fragments at home of the Marshall fire's remaining missing person

It could be weeks or months before officials know the results of the scientific testing used on the bone fragments
More than $200K of equipment stolen from Weld County business. Officers seek information

More than $200K of equipment stolen from Weld County business. Officers seek information

The equipment stolen from the business was later dumped at an oil and gas site
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