Jerry Martin

Email: gmartin@SteamboatToday.com Call: 970-871-4233

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Jerry Martin is a copy editor and page designer for the Steamboat Pilot & Today. He has served in the same position for the Craig Daily Press since March 2010, and moved to the Pilot & Today in February 2013 when the copy desks for both newspapers were combined. Before moving to Colorado, Jerry worked at the Kane Republican in Kane, Pa. He graduated from The University of Dayton in 2006 with bachelor’s degree in journalism. While he was a student there, he served as editor in chief, news editor and a staff writer for the university’s student newspaper. Jerry originally is from La Grange, Ill. When he’s not working, he usually can be found enjoying the natural wonders of Northwest Colorado with his wife, Kelly, and their dog, Layla.

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Terry Jost, center, Yampa Valley rancher and president of Mountain Valley Bank, talks Tuesday at the Carpenter Ranch near Hayden about the effects this summer’s drought has had on his personal ranching operation as well as on the financial side of the industry. Standing with him are Lee Curby, left, who leases land with Jost at the Carpenter Ranch, and Geoff Blakeslee, manager of the Carpenter Ranch.

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