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.
A fight over a CIA report on the agency’s detention and interrogation program has placed U.S. Sen. Mark … more
Three listening sessions to gather the sense of Grand Valley residents about the operations of Colorado National … more
A little more than a week into a feud that could run into November, U.S. Rep. Cory Gardner, a Republican, and U.S. … more
Pershing Devore wears a smile and will say without giving it up that he has left behind the days that took the … more
The president’s proposed Bureau of Land Management budget includes increased spending on the agency’s … more
The Bureau of Land Management, which administers most of the public lands in the West and more than 1 million acres … more
Colorado National Monument generated more than $26.5 million in economic activity in the Grand Valley in 2012, a … more
A National Park Service report shows that Colorado National Monument drew 545,000 visitors who generated spending … more
Cory Gardner, the Yuma Republican who shook the state GOP last week when he announced his bid for the U.S. Senate, … more
Jose Morales is looking to build a professional life around unconventional energy — a fitting pursuit as the … more
International demand for Colorado coal is likely to continue, driven by higher air-quality demands, a Grand … more
The owner of Best Production Inc. in Grand Junction was a strong believer in the potential of the Piceance Basin … more
The Grand Valley by 2015 could be home to a company that produces liquefied natural gas and works to help energy … more
U.S. Interior Department officials seem to be intent on listing the greater and Gunnison sage grouse as threatened, … more
Once the new Office of Patents and Trademarks in Denver is fully staffed, other parts of the state could benefit in … more
The first of what federal officials and Community Hospital hope will be many surgeries for veterans who might … more
Backers of a measure to give local governments in Colorado the ability to regulate hydraulic fracturing have turned … more
One man was treated for “significant burns” Monday after an explosion blew out the west wall of his … more
One man was treated for “significant burns” this afternoon after an explosion blew out the west wall of … more
A $92,000 bill for services specified only as “preliminary design” isn’t the only mystery that … more