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.
A Section of the San Miguel River is Too Dangerous for Boating
Colorado's San Miguel River has some great options for boaters of all skill levels. This year, there is one area of the river that is too dangerous for anyone.
World’s Only Flying NASA Super Guppy Lands at Grand Junction Regional Airport
The only NASA Super Guppy still in service made a stop at the Grand Junction Regional Airport today.
Beware of These Bills – They Are Worth Less Than Monopoly Money
At first glance, a $100 bill like the one featured looks real. So much so that people have been able to pass them as real US currency in and around Grand Junction.
Interactive Map Makes it Easy to Keep Track of Fire Restrictions in Mesa County
Fire restrictions are in place in Mesa County and to help residents learn more, a map has been created to show the restrictions currently in place.
Spring Snowstorm Causes Tow Truck to Tumble 200 Feet Down Coal Bank Pass
A tow truck driver, responding to a call about a car that had slipped off of the road on Coal Bank Pass during a recent snowstorm, found himself tumbling 200 feet off of the pass.
Two Arrested Following Standoff With Mesa County Sheriff’s Deputies and Grand Junction SWA…
Two people are in custody after barricading themselves in a Grand Junction home forcing a standoff with Mesa County Sheriff's Deputies and Grand Junction SWAT team.
District Attorney Files Charges Against Man Who Started Skipper Island Fire
The Mesa County District Attorney's Office has filed multiple charges against the man who admitted starting the Skipper Island fire in April.
Grand Junction Car Owner Suddenly Finds Themself Without One
The owner of a Lexus sedan is wondering why their car, parked in the driveway the night before, was the one a car thief chose to steal.
Magical Waters Apparently Exist in Colorado
When thinking about magical waters, you likely think of runoff from snow melting high in the Rocky Mountains. Apparently, there is water in Colorado from a different source that is much more magical.
Colorado Hit-and-Run Deaths Have Increased Almost 80% Since 2006
It's a frightening statistic. Accidents in Colorado where a person involved left the scene and the victim died has increased almost 80% since 2006.