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.
Five tribes whose ancestors once hunted the canyon country of eastern Utah, who their descendants say still haunt … more
When the American Alpine Club put out a call to its members for letters about the values in the proposed Bears Ears … more
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell plans to visit Utah this summer to discuss the proposed Bears Ears National … more
A U.S. Forest Service study of the effects of mining coal in the North Fork Valley on the global climate meets … more
Authorities are monitoring the pond atop the land that tipped in toward Grand Mesa in a major landslide two years … more
A provision introduced into a defense authorization bill would send back millions of dollars to four northwest … more
Tourists bound for Utah ought to stop before they reach the state line and hike, bike or climb in Colorado, says a … more
Completion of environmental review of the coal-mining exception to the Colorado Roadless Rule, due this spring, has … more
Known more for marijuana and wild horses, De Beque is itching to deal with another issue: mosquitoes. … more
A defense bill approved by the U.S. House would raise pay for the military, upgrade equipment, and stop an 11-state … more
A funeral will be Monday for Virgil Boggess, the founder of Atlasta Solar Center and for years the only provider of … more
Mesa County is fast running out of lots for new houses, said the Republican challenger for the County Commission, … more
The Grand Valley Drainage District has been able since 1983 to charge fees for services such as handling stormwater … more
Sam Shaver led the 340-member Grand Junction High School class of 2016 through commencement on Tuesday morning, … more
Small Western communities need more time to evaluate the Bureau of Land Management’s proposed new … more
The Bureau of Land Management is proposing breaking landmark federal environmental law with its new planning … more
The lack of science, technology, engineering and math curricula in School District 51 kept one company from hiring … more
Motorists can expect five- to 10-minute delays on Rim Rick Drive as Colorado National Monument crews repair guard … more
A bipartisan bevy of bills intended to blunt an epidemic of opioid abuse has the backing of U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, … more
Aaron Young raised the Jolly Roger over the onetime Mesa County administration building at 750 Main St. and vowed … more