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Sandra Chereb

Associated Press — Reporter

Bio: AP reporter, Carson City, Nev., covering state government, politics and breaking news.

RT @lmyerslvrj: #UMC lays off 100 workers, closes 4 quick care centers, cites budget troubles, #aca, #Medicaid expansion. #lvrj http://t.co…
UMC lays off more than 100 employees, closes 4 care centers
Laughlin Quick Care in the small Nevada resort town of Laughlin on the Colorado River across from Bullhead City, Ariz., are losing $1 million a year, according to Barnard. “It’s just not feasible to keep

Chris Tomer

Fox 31 Denver — Meteorologist

Bio: FOX-31/Channel 2 Meteorologist in Denver. Mountain Climber,Trail Runner,Skier,Mountain Wx Forecaster,Speaker, & Bestselling Author of Sleeping on the Summits.

Location: Denver, CO

Beats: Weather, Metro Denver

Mary MacVean

LA Times — Reporter

Bio: Mind & Body editor, L.A. Times, write about health, fitness, gluten-free, food. New Yorker at heart, cook, mom of two young men.

Location: Los Angeles, CA

Beats: Food and Dining, Metro Los Angeles

Local water and not in a fancy restaurant, from @LARegcarpenter lat.ms/1hVm6Po
Treasuring every drop of water in L.A. area
L.A.’s water will be imported from the Bay Delta and Colorado River, Adams said – more water than has ever been imported from the Delta in DWP’s 100-year history. That’s the polar opposite of the

Rachel Stassen-Berger

Minneapolis StarTribune — Political Reporter

Bio: Rachel E. Stassen-Berger writes about politics for @startribune. She is afraid of winter, bees and sinkholes. She likes geeky political stuff.

Location: Minnesota

Beats: Politics, Metro Minneapolis–St. Paul

RT @TJErickson: Memo from the @NRSC highlights @alfranken's sinking poll numbers & @MikeforMN's stellar fundraising operation http://t.co/h…
Bannock Street in Colorado.  Republicans have expanded the map to include new (and expensive) states where Democrats will now have to play defense, including Colorado, New Hampshire, Virginia, Oregon, and

William Osborne

U-T San Diego — Managing Editor

Bio: The editorial/opinion director of U-T San Diego. And an ACE-certified personal trainer on the side.

Location: San Diego, CA

Beats: Opinion and Editorial, Metro San Diego

The Firefly -- for getting the most out of your medicine. "The Tesla of toking up." wired.com/2014/04/high-t…
High Tech | Gadget Lab | WIRED
. Colorado company Surna saw opportunity here. It has introduced an energy-efficient climate-control system that uses chilled water. The system pipes a circuit of cooling water through the grow and can even

Jim Seimas

Santa Cruz Sentinel — Assistant Sports Editor

Bio: Santa Cruz Sentinel ASE ... 16-time APSE writing award winner ... ex-foosball world champ ... retired Milwaukee Brewers Sausage Race entrant ...

Location: Scotts Valley

Beats: Sports, U.S. Regional

RT @SanJoseSharks: Dive deep into the finer points from the #SJSharks win over the Kings in Game 1 and what to expect going forward. http:/…
Diving Deep: Game 1 vs the Kings
first seven playoff games were won by the teams that possessed the puck more than their opponents, with the Colorado Avalanche /Minnesota Wild opener as the lone exception where the teams were virtually

Raju Chebium

Congressional Correspondent, Gannett Newspapers

Bio: Writer, editor, photographer, social media enthusiast, congressional correspondent for CA, CO, OR, Guam for Gannett Inc. RTs aren't endorsements.

Location: USA

Beats: Politics, Metro D.C.

Campaign money may not talk as loudly in CO Senate race 9news.com/story/news/pol… via @9News @coloradoan #copolitics
Campaign money may not talk as loudly in CO Senate race
, but that is not guaranteed in this year's Colorado Senate race. Although Democratic incumbent Mark Udall holds a commanding fundraising lead over GOP frontrunner Cory Gardner, the Yuma congressman would

Robert McMillian

Wired — Senior Writer

Bio: Senior writer with Wired. robert_mcmillan@wired.com Personal page is http://filbert.net/ PGP: DFBB392E53F7DC7C

Location: San Francisco

Beat: Technology

Man, @mat is a great writer. Check out "High Tech," his very nicely put-together piece on Silicon Valley 4.20 wired.com/2014/04/high-t…
High Tech | Gadget Lab | WIRED
. Colorado company Surna saw opportunity here. It has introduced an energy-efficient climate-control system that uses chilled water. The system pipes a circuit of cooling water through the grow and can even

Yvonne Wingett

Arizona Republic — Maricopa County Government and Politics Reporter

Bio: Governor's Office/State Politics Reporter, The Arizona Republic Mateo & Diego's Mom, @JesseSanchezMLB's wifey RTs not endorsements.

Location: Phoenix, Arizona

Beats: Politics, U.S. Regional, Metro Phoenix

Colo. deaths stoke worries about pot edibles azc.cc/QlmzP2 via @azcentral
Colo. deaths stoke worries about pot edibles
counter that alcohol causes far more problems among users, and the issues with pot can be largely addressed through better regulations. The deaths occurred as Colorado lawmakers are scrambling to create

Darren Fishell

Online Editor, Mainebiz

Bio: Maine transplant. Fan of prokaryotes and eukaryotes alike. Economy, business and otherwise reporter @bangordailynews (http://bangordailynews.com)

Location: Portland, Maine

Beats: Business and Finance, U.S. Regional

CMP and solar energy advocates clash over what’s the smartest grid for Maine bdn.to/mg01 via @bangordailynews
CMP and solar energy advocates clash over what’s the smartest grid for Maine
. “You have to look at 470 separate circuits and ask what is the impact of each installation,” Carroll said. “Some will be positive and some will be a negative.” In a case study in Colorado, Carroll said

Kim Quillen

Arizona Republic — Assistant Business Editor

Bio: Assistant Business Editor of The Arizona Republic. Formerly a New Orleans resident and Times-Picayune business editor. Delaware native.

Location: Phoenix

Beats: Business and Finance, Metro Phoenix

#Easter is like Christmas for the egg industry. The key to success? Making sure the hens don't take time off. azc.cc/1jfLPyF
Easter means egg-cellent business for Hickman's Family Farms
Farm in Maricopa. "Everybody wants eggs." In the 10 days leading up to Good Friday, the four Hickman's farms – three in Arizona and one in Colorado – produced more than 100 million eggs, he said. On Good

Shannon M. Joyner

WFLA — Associate Producer

Bio: Ops are my own, re-tweets NOT endorsements. Formerly of @NBCNews, now at @WFLA helping to make TV Magic. Lover of sunflowers, the FL Gators, & whimsicalness.

Location: Tampa via DC via Tampa

Beat: U.S. Regional

RT @JeffWeinerOS: Months after fake obituary said he'd been cremated, fleeing prison escapee caught in trash chute, feds say | Story: http:…
Months after fake obituary, fugitive caught in Denver trash chute, feds say
notice indicated Griffin's body "was cremated in a private ceremony" Oct. 3. However, the Marshals Service was not convinced, and soon tracked Griffin's aliases to Colorado, the federal agency said. When

Stu Cowan

Montreal Gazette — Sports Editor and Blogger

Bio: I am the sports editor at The Montreal Gazette newspaper and also have a blog at http://montrealgazette.com/stuonsports

Location: Montreal

Beats: Sports, Opinion and Editorial, Canada

Pat Hickey @zababes1 picks his NHL award winners for the regular season #HabsIO: montrealgazette.com/sports/Hickey+…
Hickey on Hockey: And the NHL award winners should be ...
MacKinnon. He lived up to his billing as the No. 1 overall draft pick with a strong season in Colorado. My ballot also included Ondrej Palat and Tyler Johnson, who are currently playing alongside Steven

Neil Hartman

Comcast SportsNet — Anchor

Bio: Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia anchor, @CSNPhilly, #Eagles, #Phillies, #Flyers and #Sixers

Location: Philadelphia, Pa.

Beats: Sports, Metro Philadelphia

#Phillies open a 10 game road trip in Colorado tonight. @JSalisburyCSN joins us on @CSNPhilly at 6 including the latest on Cole Hamels.

Andrew Leonard

Salon — Writer

Bio: The culture, politics, economics and absurdity of technology. Also: China.

Location: Berkeley, CA.

Why don't I get assigned to do lengthy features on cutting edge marijuana technology like @mat? Great story: wired.com/2014/04/high-t…
High Tech | Gadget Lab | WIRED
. Colorado company Surna saw opportunity here. It has introduced an energy-efficient climate-control system that uses chilled water. The system pipes a circuit of cooling water through the grow and can even

Harriet Baskas

Travel Writer and Radio Producer

Bio: Writer/radio producer happiest in an airport or unusual museum. Online contributor: USA Today, NBC News, CNBC, MSN, others. Contact: hbaskas (at) gmail

Location: Seattle, most often

Beats: Opinion and Editorial, Travel, U.S., Metro Seattle

National Parks admisson free 4/19 &20 @roblovitt suggests 10 parks to visit. @NBCNewsTravel ow.ly/vWa6H Your fave?
10 National Parks Worth a Visit This Spring
there.” The tall drifts that give Great Sand Dunes its name belie just how diverse this park is. From wetlands to forests to 13,000-foot peaks, this Colorado park comes alive in spring with wildflowers

Candy Crowley

CNN — Senior Political Reporter

Bio: Anchor of State of the Union with Candy Crowley & CNN Chief Political Reporter airs Sundays 9aet & 12pet

Location: Washington, DC

Beat: Politics

“I was a grown man - a captain in the U.S. Marine Corps, I was crying in full breakdown mode” cnn.it/1qQxBJ8 #cnnsotu
A soldier's battle at home
assimilate into the world. About three months after getting Axel, Haag took a leap and went on a trip with his new companion to Colorado. “Axel and I we were sitting in the hotel room and he looked over at me

Isaac Stone Fish

Foreign Policy Magazine — Asia Editor

Bio: Asia editor Foreign Policy, former Newsweek Correspondent in Beijing, all views are my own.

Location: DC, DC

Beats: Politics, World, U.S., Metro D.C.

click! RT@katysteinmetz The place in Denver where you *can't* smoke during 4/20 ti.me/1eZhWjy via @TIME
420 Weed Denver: Controversy Behind Historic Celebration
transparent about their imbibing this year. Mass arrests have not been a problem at the previous rallies, which have in part been so popular because the possession of marijuana in Colorado had a maximum $100

Sheryl Julian

Boston Globe — Food Editor

Bio: I am the Food Editor of the Boston Globe, co-author of The Way We Cook, and editor of The New Boston Globe Cookbook. I love to cook!

Location: Boston, MA

Beats: Food and Dining, Metro Boston

Highly recommend chef Jeremy Sewall's #Easter #lamb, spring veggies, fingerlings. Big hit last weekend when I tested. bostonglobe.com/lifestyle/food…
Spring Awakening - Food & dining - The Boston Globe
. When an instant-read meat thermometer registers 125 to 130 degrees, the leg is medium-rare and ready to come out of the oven. At Lineage, Sewall typically uses lamb from Colorado or a farm in New England

Graham Bowley

New York Times — Reporter

Bio: Reporter for The New York Times. Author of No Way Down http://www.nowaydownthebook.com

Location: New York

Beats: Business and Finance, Metro New York

With sad news from Everest today, ABC Nightline discussing mountaineering and my book this evening. abcnews.go.com/Nightline/k2-d…
The 'Perfect' Day on K2 -- and How It Turned Deadly
this," said climber Eric Meyer, an American doctor from Colorado. Just getting to the base can be treacherous. Thrillseekers have to spend hours winding around dangerously narrow mountain roads in Jeeps
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