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.
Job Seekers Outpacing Job Growth in Colorado
Even with Colorado's robust job growth, the job supply can't keep up with the number of people looking for a job.
Learn All About Backyard Composting at a Free Lecture
Part of fall yard work includes raking leaves and pulling up vegetable plants and flowers that have died after a good frost. You can learn how to make those materials useful for next season by attending a Backyard Composting lecture.
Three Women Top the List of Montrose Most Wanted Criminals
The three women pictured are at the top of this week's list of the most wanted criminals in Montrose. All three have felony warrants for their arrest.
Coloradans More Retirement Ready Than Residents of Any Other State in America
People who live in Colorado are better at preparing for retirement than their counterparts in every other state in the US.
Police Asking for Help Finding People Responsible for Downtown Vandalism
A downtown Grand Junction business was vandalized and police are asking for help identifying the people who did it.
The Architect of Grand Junction Home Featured in NY Times Helped Shape Western Colorado
A home currently for sale in Grand Junction has been featured in the New York Times because of its price and the famous Colorado architect who designed it.
Adopt One of These Dogs or Cats and Halloween Won’t Be Nearly As Spooky
Halloween doesn't have to be really spooky. Just adopt one of these dogs or cats, cuddle up with them, and the ghosts and goblins will all fade away.
Suspect Shoots at Mesa County Sheriff’s Deputies During Vehicle Chase
An attempted early morning traffic stop turned into more danger than Mesa County Sheriff's Deputies expected when the suspect started shooting at them.
CDOT Proposal Would Add Safe Wildlife Crossings to Colorado Highways
The Colorado Department of Transportation wants to put more than road signs warning motorists of wildlife crossing the highway.
Mesa County Detention Facility Jailbreak Thwarted
Some inmates at the Mesa County jail planning an escape were making progress, but were caught before they finished preparing for the escape.