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Colorado’s Summit Daily News adds to its newsroom


The Summit Daily News, a newspaper in Summit County, Colo., sent out the following excerpt:

One of the freshest faces on the news team is Eili Wright who officially started working with us in May 2022 right after graduating from Denison University. Eili is overseeing the Summit County government, education, business and real estate beats. Originally from Dayton, Ohio, her previous experience includes working for the Columbus Dispatch as a life and arts reporter on the Metro Desk for the summer of 2021.

Luke Vidic joined the Summit Daily News team in April 2022. He has since overseen the coverage of the towns of Frisco and Dillon in addition to crime and public safety. Before joining the Summit Daily, Vidic worked as assistant editor for the Barton Chronicle in Orleans County, Vermont.

Originally from Amory, Mississippi, Eliza Noe made the jump to Colorado and worked for Summit Daily’s sister site, the Craig Press, as a reporter before moving to Summit County and joining the newsroom in March 2022. She currently covers the towns of Breckenridge and Silverthorne in addition to transportation and environment.

The only Colorado native on the Summit Daily’s news team is sports reporter Cody Jones. Jones started working at Summit Daily in the fall of 2021 while simultaneously wrapping up his final semester of college at Portland State University in Oregon.

Originally from Greeley, Jones was hired as a sports intern at the Glenwood Springs Post Independent, one of Summit Daily’s sister sites. It was with the Post Independent that Cody got his feel for the necessary passion and drive to be a sports writer in an active, outdoorsy community.

Leading Summit Daily’s newsroom is Andrew Maciejewski who joined the team on March 7. Maciejewski hails from north-central Indiana where he formerly worked for the past two-and-a-half years as an executive editor for Kentucky-based Paxton Media Group. There, he oversaw five newspapers including The Herald-Press, the Peru Tribune, the Times, the Chronicle-Tribune and the Wabash Plain Dealer.

 

 



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