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.
Using Google to Find a Phone Number – Scammers are Waiting for Your Call
One of the great information search engines on the internet is Google. So It's no surprise scammers are using it for misinformation like bogus phone numbers.
Denver’s Dobby Celebrating His First Birthday and You’re Invited to the Party
The Denver Zoo's youngest giraffe, Dobby, will be turning 1-year-old on Wednesday (February 28) and would love for you to celebrate with him.
If Colorado Towns Were High School Students
During a strange high school flashback, I wondered, what would Colorado cities and towns be like if they were high school students?
Student in Montrose Arrested for Threatening Another Student
The Montrose Police Department has arrested a student for threatening another student attending the same school.
Thieves Steal Credit Cards from Inside Vehicle While Victim Was Hiking
A person who parked their car at the Bangs Canyon trailhead returned from their hike to find thieves had stolen their credit cards and spent the day shopping.
Three Legends Tell the Story of Colorado’s Angel of Mt. Shavano
The unusual part is even though they are widely different, the legends all share the same theme.
Mesa View Student Arrested for Threat of School Gun Violence
A fifth grade student at Mesa View Elementary was arrested this afternoon (February 21) after saying he was going to bring a gun to school and shoot people.
Caprock Academy Students Arrested: Parents, It’s Time to Talk to Your Kids
A conversation overheard by students at Caprock Academy seemed threatening enough it was reported to staff and led to the arrest of two students. It also raises concerns about what parents aren't discussing with their children.
You’ll Now Need Reservations to Hike Hanging Lake
The US Forest Service has been studying how to protect Hanging Lake. They have also been working on how to accomplish that and still keep the lake open to the public.
Extra Security Being Added to District 51 School Campuses
As School District 51 students head back to class on Tuesday (February 20), they may notice additional security personnel, particularly at high schools in the district.