I did my first radio show back in high school on a small reel-to-reel machine, and I have been hooked on radio ever since. I started in radio in 2003, and there's no other place I would rather be. I’m a native of Colorado, but I have to tell you, living on the western slope is where it’s at. When I'm not in the studio at work, my favorite things to do are drink coffee, play golf, watch football and classic TV and movies, and enjoy good music.
Condition of Grand Junction Streets to Be Closely Inspected
The streets of Grand Junction are about to get a good 'once over'.
Learn to Ski Like an Olympian From an Olympian at Powderhorn
Competing at the 2022 Winter Olympics in Bejing may not be in your future, but that doesn't mean you couldn't benefit from some Olympic training.
After 22 Years, Grand Junction’s Rose Hill Rally Has Ended
Nothing lasts forever, and a long-standing Grand Junction biking event has met its end.
Colorado Considers Bill to Elect U.S. President by Popular Vote
Colorado could be joining a growing list of states who want presidential election's decided by popular vote rather than electoral college.
Road Trip Worthy: Camp St. Malo’s Inspiring Chapel on the Rock
Over the years, thousands of people have visited Colorado's Chapel on the Rock - maybe you are next.
How Do You Spell Happiness? Spell It F-U-D-G-E
English teachers across the Grand Valley and beyond may disagree with my spelling, but I don't believe fudge-lovers will.
December’s Teacher of the Month is Fruitvale Elementary’s Lacey Behl
Congratulations to our December teacher of the month.
This is What Killed 74 People in Colorado Between 2014 and 2017
Apparently, the Colorado skies aren't so friendly.
Here We Go Again, Postage Rates Going Up
Three things you can count on in life - death, taxes, and postage rate increases.
What Grand Junction Needs, An Ax-Throwing Gallery
It's a growing trend across America, and it needs to come to Grand Junction