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've been around the country in my career and then came to KOOL 107.9 in 2003. There's definitely no other place I would rather be. I’m a native of Colorado, and love living on the western slope. When I'm not in the studio, my favorite things to do are drink coffee, play golf, hike, photography, enjoy good music, and watch classic TV shows, movies, and football.
Pine Gulch Fire Update: Containment Up To 81%
The Pine Gulch Fire continues to burn north of Grand Junction but firefighters are making great progress.
COVID Impact: Less Than 25% Says Grand Junction Businesses
Results of a poll conducted by the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce show COVID-19 has had varying impacts on Grand Junction businesses.
Fake Used Car Sale Results In Tragic Colorado Shooting Deaths
Personal online interactions are a risky proposition, as evidence by the tragic shootings deaths of a Colorado couple.
TAKE A PEEK: Live in a Historical Colorado Post Office in a Ghost Town
If you have been wanting to downsize and get away from the city, this could be the perfect new home for you.
Is North Avenue Grand Junction’s Roughest Road?
Breakups are never easy, especially when the relationship has been going on for some 17 years. But, the time comes when you just can't take it anymore and you have to bring it to a merciful end.
Colorado Was Once Home To Nation’s Largest Old West Theme Park
Once upon a time, a Colorado gold mining town died and an Old West theme park was born.
Wildfire Smoke Causing Health Concerns in Grand Valley
Most of us may never experience the symptoms of COVID-19, but nobody in the Grand Valley is exempt from the effects of the wildfire smoke currently filling the air.
Downtown Grand Junction Car Show is On
There are plenty of Grand Junction events that aren't happening in 2020, but it doesn't look like the downtown car show will be among them.
POLL: Grand Junction Says ‘No’ To Athletes Kneeling For Anthem
The idea of professional athletes kneeling for the national anthem is not sitting well with a lot of sports fans.
Did CHSAA Make the Right Decision to Move Football To Spring?
In today's world, it's impossible to make everyone happy, and in this case, I wonder if most people are happy with the decision.