Reporter-Herald

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Reporter-Herald
Type Daily newspaper
Owner(s) Prairie Mountain Publishing
Language English
Headquarters Loveland, Colorado
Website www.reporterherald.com

The Loveland Report-Herald is a daily newspaper published in Loveland, Colorado. It carries local, regional, national and World news. It is owned by Prairie Mountain Publishing, a subsidiary of MediaNews Group, who purchased the paper in 2011.

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The Loveland Report-Herald was acquired in 1967 by Ed and Ruth Lehman, who had previously bought the Longmont Times-Call (1957) and went on to acquire the Cañon City Daily Record (1978). Lehman Communication was continued by the next generation of the Lehman family. The newspaper group was expanded with the Erie Review, Lafayette News, Louisville Times and Superior Observer that were combined into the Colorado Hometown Weekly.

Prairie Mountain Publishing acquired Lehman Communication in 2011.[1][2][3]

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