If you ask Ronda Haskins’ newsroom colleagues to describe her, you’ll get a number of different answers. Some describe her as a “living library” of knowledge. Others think of her as a mentor, a role model, a “go-to” person for asking any question they could think of.
Haskins labels herself a “Swiss army knife” because of all that she’s learned, and the skills she’s developed, from the myriad of different jobs she has held throughout her 45 years with the Daily Camera (Boulder, Colorado) and Longmont Times-Call.
But at the end of last year, Haskins, one of the newsroom’s longest-tenured employees, finally decided it was time to hang up her hat. Her official last day with the paper was on Dec. 31.
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