Ann is the editor for newsroom’s various feature pages and publications: Out & About, Lifestyle, You Saw It, Outside, Food, Home & Garden, Pets and Books.
Bachelor’s degree from Taylor University in Upland, Ind.
Ann is a Colorado native. She has worked at The Daily Sentinel since 1997 in the positions of Copy Editor, Reporter and Features Editor.
Ann is married and has two children. She enjoys running, reading, knitting, cycling, skiing, hiking, theater, art and live music.
Writers’ Forum hosts 2 authors at event … more
Poetry Contest accepting entries … more
Hi, Pinkie Pie! How are you? … more
Novelist gives reading, signing at store … more
Even in its earliest days, Delta came to be known as a place where things come together. In fact, its name comes … more
To quote Fat Bastard, “Once you’ve had fat, you never go back!” Except if you fall in love with … more
Games, entertainment, contests and the opportunity to meet a famous child actress await those attending … more
My husband started skiing when he was 4, if you don’t count the times Brian’s mom skied while pregnant … more
If you’ve read Roz Chast’s book and have a question for her, here’s your chance to get it … more
Barbara Hill doesn’t ski or backpack anymore. … more
If David Durham had a bucket list for his band, playing with the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra at the remodeled … more
Attend a One Book, One Mesa County event … more
Creative writing clinic open to veterans … more
Self-publishing topic of workshop … more
Banjo jokes abound, poking fun at the twangy instrument, at its shape, at banjo pickers. … more
As the Christmas tree is taken down and the lights, stars and mini-Santas are put away, you find it: cobwebs, dust … more
This new year has just begun and already The Event of 2015 is nearly here! … more
Once upon a time, there was a family, plus a couple neighbor kids from several houses down who had come over to … more
Mary Lennox is 11, her parents have died in a cholera outbreak in India and she is sent to live in Yorkshire, … more
Wednesday, Dec. 31 … more