Sky-Hi News management changes
Grand County, CO Colorado
Several management changes took effect at the Sky-Hi News and Middle Park Times on Monday, Aug. 16.
Kim Burner, publisher of the Sky-Hi Daily News and Middle Park Times since June 2007, began her new assignment as general manager/publisher of the Grand Junction Free Press, which is also owned by Sky-Hi News parent company, Colorado Mountain News Media.
Matt Sandberg, publisher of the Summit Daily News, has assumed overall management responsibilities for the Grand County operation.
Drew Munro, editor of the Sky-Hi News, has taken over the on-site leadership role as general manager at the Sky-Hi News and Middle Park Times.
Maggie Butler, advertising director of the Summit Daily News, will coordinate Sky-Hi News sales efforts.
“Our talented advertising and editorial professionals remain dedicated to producing outstanding publications tailored to Grand County,” said Munro, “and our clients and customers will continue to receive great service when doing business with the Sky-Hi News.
“During the past few years, I’ve had the pleasure of getting to know many members of the Grand County community and look forward to working with even more of you in the future,” he added.
Munro has been with the Sky-Hi News since September 2007.
“I am excited to be given the fantastic opportunity to work directly with Drew Munro in leading the Sky-Hi News team,” said Sandberg. “The staff of the Sky-Hi News is truly a group of great professionals who are dedicated in producing a quality newspaper that serves the communities of Grand County.
“Already I’ve been a part of conversations with the staff on many exciting ideas that will provide great value to the readers of the Sky-Hi News, and helping Drew move these forward will be very rewarding.”
Day-to-day operations at the publications will remain unchanged.
The Sky-Hi News is published Wednesday and Friday. Middle Park Times mail subscriptions are sent out on Thursdays. Up-to-date news and various multimedia experiences are available online at skyhidailynews.com.
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