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Prairie Mountain Media has announced new roles for Times-Call and Reporter-Herald Senior Editor John Vahlenkamp, from left, Daily Camera Senior Editor Julie Vossler-Henderson and Assistant City Editor Ross Maak. (Matthew Jonas/Staff Photographer)
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Prairie Mountain Media on Friday announced a realignment of editors at several of its publications aimed at boosting the efficiency of its operations and better serving the interests of its readerships in Boulder, Broomfield and Larimer counties.

Julie Vossler-Henderson, senior editor for the Boulder Daily Camera and editor for the Times-Call, is going to focus primarily on editing the Camera, while also supervising the Colorado Hometown Weekly, Broomfield Enterprise and Colorado Daily.

John Vahlenkamp, senior editor of both the Longmont Times-Call and the Loveland Reporter-Herald, will concentrate his efforts on editing the Times-Call, while still supervising the Loveland paper.

Additionally, assistant city editor Ross Maak, who joined Prairie Mountain Media in 2019, will now oversee night editing operations for both the Camera and Times-Call.

“The new organization with Julie leading Boulder, Broomfield the Colorado Daily and The Colorado Hometown Weekly, and John heading up Longmont and Loveland gives us the strength we need leading all of our print and digital news products,” Prairie Mountain Media CEO and president Al Manzi said in a statement. “Both have great news judgement and a commitment to the communities they serve.

“Ross Maak, a recent addition to our staff brings great news gathering and editing experience.  His contribution was felt immediately upon his arrival.”

Vossler-Henderson has served in her current position since August 2018.

“I am glad to continue my close work with the Daily Camera’s team of reporters to ensure our readers get the news they need to know about,” Vossler-Henderson said. “Having editors dedicated to each region our newsroom covers will help improve all of our newspapers and I’m enthusiastic about our future.”

Vahlenkamp said, “We have a hard-working team of reporters who are committed to giving readers the news that’s important to the community. This move will allow me to spend more time with them and to focus more on what we deliver to readers every day.

“I’m excited about this change. I think it’s good for the Times-Call and good for every paper in our group.”

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