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Macie May

Macie May

I moved to Longmont from Oklahoma in 2014 with my two boys. It didn't take long for Longmont to become my home. I enjoy getting to know the people here and being part of such a vibrant and innovative community

Recent Work by Macie

Collum fire reached 85% containment yesterday

Collum fire reached 85% containment yesterday

Fire crews being released from the fire.
Mother looks for missing daughter

Mother looks for missing daughter

Lainee Klear has been missing since June 12.
Fire breaks out in western Colorado

Fire breaks out in western Colorado

The fire has burned nearly 640 acres
Man dies after skydiving accident in Longmont

Man dies after skydiving accident in Longmont

The FAA is investigating the incident
Longmont High School cheer team raises funds to help teammates impacted by the pandemic

Longmont High School cheer team raises funds to help teammates impacted by the pandemic

The team is hosting several fundraisers
Summer innovation brings elementary students on step closer to solving real world problems

Summer innovation brings elementary students on step closer to solving real world problems

Students work with IBM volunteers and high school students to tackle tough problems
Project Launch boosts confidence in summer learning

Project Launch boosts confidence in summer learning

Students are able to build on skills and prepare for the next school year
Plane crashed along Colo. 287

Plane crashed along Colo. 287

All people in the plane made it out.
El Condado de Boulder organiza conversaciones sobre Medicare y prevención de fraudes en español

El Condado de Boulder organiza conversaciones sobre Medicare y prevención de fraudes en español

Participación es virtual.
United Way invests $7 million in local nonprofits to meet community's basic needs

United Way invests $7 million in local nonprofits to meet community's basic needs

Basic needs include food assistance, childcare and housing