A professionally honed case of ADHD, covering as much of western Colorado as possible.
Associate’s degree from Casper College in Casper, Wyo., and a bachelor’s degree in journalism from California State University, Long Beach.
Gary’s a native Westerner who has lived in Utah (twice), Colorado (twice), New Mexico, Wyoming and California. He worked at newspapers in Wyoming and California before joining the staff of The Daily Sentinel in 1987.
Gary and his wife, Debby, have twin sons, Sean and Paul, who attend Colorado State University. They enjoy golf, fly-fishing, cross-country skiing and their hound, Sidekick.
The Grand Junction Regional Airport is looking at the possibility of leasing land near the terminal for a hotel. … more
Government in Colorado is wedded to old ways of doing things, slow to adapt and wasteful, said Dan Thurlow, a … more
State governments can do a better job of providing services than can an overbroad federal government, said Tisha … more
It looks on some maps as though much of the Western Slope has access to broadband, but appearances are deceiving, … more
An appeal aimed at halting a proposed oil project near Whitewater has stalled development on the largest part of … more
Two of six candidates on the ballot for Mesa County sheriff said county residents should look to themselves in … more
A longtime staff member at the Museum of Western Colorado is leaving to take a job at Gateway Canyons Resort. … more
A sheaf of handwritten, single-spaced notes detailed the effort that Vicki Brickey went through to get her … more
Efforts in northwest Colorado aimed at preserving the greater sage-grouse earned praise from the head of the U.S. … more
Nucor Corp. and Encana Corp. officials will decide in January whether to resume drilling in the Piceance Basin, … more
President Barack Obama’s announcement of plans to bomb extremists in Iraq and in Syria drew qualified support … more
Reviving the energy economy on the West Slope is the key to dealing with economic, educational and other regional … more
Sage grouse, coal mining and drilling already are familiar issues to Joseph Meyer, who will take over later this … more
Colorado could shift the balance of power in the U.S. Senate by electing a candidate without ties to either major … more
Had they not been prevented from responding to an attack on the American consulate in Benghazi, Ambassador … more
The two major candidates running to represent Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District each took aim at … more
With the hopes of each party riding on U.S. Sen. Mark Udall and U.S. Rep. Cory Gardner, the two sparred Saturday … more
Common Core split the two candidates running for the Colorado state Board of Education in a debate before Club … more
The Colorado Attorney General’s Office needs a public-integrity unit to investigate and prosecute wrongdoing … more
More than 100 people, many in bicycle garb, cheered when Colorado Riverfront Commission Chairman Brad Taylor … more