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Far-flung congratulations for Sally Mauk

MTPR News Director Emeritus Sally Mauk.

On Friday, Sally Mauk retires after 34 years with Montana Public Radio, 31 of them as News Director. We gathered some well-wishes from colleagues, friends, and community leaders.

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Editor of the the Missoulian, Sherry Devlin

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Lee newspapers' Helena reporters, Chuck Johnson and Mike Dennison

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Montana governor, Steve Bullock

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Missoula mayor, John Engen

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Publisher and editor of the Great Falls Tribune, Jim Strauss

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NPR reporter, Kirk Siegler

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Reporter for Inside Energy (a collaborative public media initiative), Dan Boyce

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Boise State Public Radio's digital content coordinator, Emilie Ritter Saunders

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Chair of FireSafe Montana, Pat McKelvey

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Former MTPR Capitol Bureau Chief, Hope Stockwell

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Retired Great Falls Tribune Associate Editor, Tom Kotynski

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Host of NPR's "All Things Considered," Audie Cornish

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Host of NPR's "All Things Considered," Melissa Block

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