Morley Ballantine inducted into Hall of Fame

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Morley Ballantine inducted into Hall of Fame

Former editor and publisher of The Durango Herald championed for her dedication to journalism
The late Morley Ballantine, former editor and co-owner of The Durango Herald, sits at her desk at the Herald.
Morley Ballantine, seen here in 1998, was inducted into the Colorado Press Association Hall of Fame on April 14 in Colorado Springs. Ballantine served as chairman of the board and editor of The Durango Herald for decades. She died in 2009.
Richard Ballantine, chairman of the board of directors of Ballantine Communication Inc., speaks about his mother, Morley, at a ceremony inducting her into the Colorado Press Association Hall of Fame on April 14 in Colorado Springs.
Morley Ballantine chairs a Center of Southwest Studies steering committee meeting in 1997. From left to right: William Winkler, Mel Goodman, then-Fort Lewis College President Joel Jones, and Florence Lister (in foreground). The meeting was held on the third floor of Reed Library, before the center was built.
Morley and Arthur Ballantine make a donation to start Center of Southwest Studies while discussing business with Dave McGraw, Fort Lewis College President John Reed and the center’s first director, Robert Delaney, in 1964.
Morley Ballantine was honored during a reception at the Rochester Hotel on March 31, 2014, after she was inducted into the Woman’s Hall of Fame in Denver. Ballantine died in 2009.
John Cowles Jr., speaks at the memorial service for his sister Morley Cowles Ballantine, the longtime chairman and editor of The Durango Herald, in October 2009.

Morley Ballantine inducted into Hall of Fame

The late Morley Ballantine, former editor and co-owner of The Durango Herald, sits at her desk at the Herald.
Morley Ballantine, seen here in 1998, was inducted into the Colorado Press Association Hall of Fame on April 14 in Colorado Springs. Ballantine served as chairman of the board and editor of The Durango Herald for decades. She died in 2009.
Richard Ballantine, chairman of the board of directors of Ballantine Communication Inc., speaks about his mother, Morley, at a ceremony inducting her into the Colorado Press Association Hall of Fame on April 14 in Colorado Springs.
Morley Ballantine chairs a Center of Southwest Studies steering committee meeting in 1997. From left to right: William Winkler, Mel Goodman, then-Fort Lewis College President Joel Jones, and Florence Lister (in foreground). The meeting was held on the third floor of Reed Library, before the center was built.
Morley and Arthur Ballantine make a donation to start Center of Southwest Studies while discussing business with Dave McGraw, Fort Lewis College President John Reed and the center’s first director, Robert Delaney, in 1964.
Morley Ballantine was honored during a reception at the Rochester Hotel on March 31, 2014, after she was inducted into the Woman’s Hall of Fame in Denver. Ballantine died in 2009.
John Cowles Jr., speaks at the memorial service for his sister Morley Cowles Ballantine, the longtime chairman and editor of The Durango Herald, in October 2009.
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