I started my radio career in 1986 just before graduating from Mesa State College (aka Colorado Mesa University). Family lore is that I could spin records and tune in my favorite radio stations when I was a toddler, so it didn't surprise them I made radio my career. Away from the station, I love to read, take a few photos, relax, and enjoy the beauty of western Colorado.
Montrose Authorities Concerned Over Recent Increase in Burglaries
A significant increase in the number of burglaries over the last two months has Montrose law enforcement agencies concerned.
Desert North of Grand Junction Off-Limits During Airshow
A portion of the desert north of Grand Junction will be intermittently closed to the public for the GJ Airshow this weekend.
Von Miller Loses Phil Long Contract, Not Because of Protest
A Denver car dealer has allegedly canceled their advertising featuring Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller after Sunday's protest.
New Whitewater Park in Basalt Guarantees Flows of the Roaring Fork River
The Pitkin County Healthy Rivers Whitewater Park guarantees water in the Roaring Fork River all year making a great habitat for fish and a constant supply of water for recreation.
Cross-Dressing Crook Rips-Off Grand Junction Stores
This is a crime that's almost unbelievable. A man dressed as a woman fraudulently purchased items from multiple stores in Grand Junction. And yes, I have the pictures to prove it.
Do You Have What It Takes to Help Thin the Grand Canyon Buffalo Herd?
Arizona's Grand Canyon National Park has a bison problem, and they're looking for hunters who can help.
Grand Junction Store Sells $133.2 Million Winning Powerball Ticket
Someone who shopped at a Grand Junction convenience store bought a jackpot winning Powerball ticket and is now $133.2 million richer.
Bull Elk Wins Game of Chicken With a Car in Colorado’s RMNP
Playing chicken is a game that takes a lot of guts to win. In this case, a bull elk and a car squared off in Colorado's Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP) to see who would move off the road first.
Dry Conditions Prompt Authorities to Issue High Fire Danger Warning
In case you haven't noticed, it has been abnormally hot and dry the last few weeks. So dry, that authorities have issued a high fire danger warning throughout Mesa County and other parts of western Colorado.
CMU Student’s Bike Stolen Two Days After Classes Start
A Colorado Mesa University student is suddenly without wheels after only two days of classes courtesy of a thief who stole a bicycle from a campus bike rack.