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.
Rod Harry peddled most anything his customers needed for more than 30 years and, at 80, he is still pedaling … more
By 2031, the Earth will be deep into a prolonged cold, one that could last two centuries and squeeze the amount of … more
Critics of a speaker at Friday’s Energy Forum and Expo are heaping scorn on John Casey, who contends the … more
Fruita is making a bid to bring the 2,000 Ride the Rockies bicyclists through the town after they start the morning … more
A Texas judge’s ruling gives U.S. House Republicans some margin to deal with a Senate measure that upholds … more
A long-brewing fight over immigration has split Colorado’s two senators, with Sen. Michael Bennet, a … more
President Barack Obama’s proposed budget would allow him to raid a program he approved that was aimed at … more
Colorado’s two senators split on a funding measure for the Department of Homeland Security. U.S. Sen. … more
An attorney for the former chief at Grand Junction Regional Airport suggested last fall that Rex Tippetts might be … more
An ambitious exhibit on work, American style, at the Museum of Western Colorado does more than examine the ways … more
Grand Junction Regional Airport is fighting headwinds even as much of the Grand Valley’s travel-related … more
Mesa County and two Grand Junction-based organizations are urging the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to take … more
Coloradans can apply now to attend the 2015 Capital Conference in Washington, D.C., in early June. … more
The half-done building at Grand Junction Regional Airport is at best a boondoggle, and at worst the aeronautical … more
Wildlife officials are hoping to get their bearings on bears living in rough territory of the Bookcliffs and lands … more
Western Slope veterans need full-time help navigating the system in which they can apply for disability benefits, … more
The prospect of removing 167 wild horses from lands north of Douglas Pass has drawn criticism from an organization … more
The odds that floods rushing down from the Bookcliffs will again inundate Glenn McClelland’s north Grand … more
Counties that contain large amounts of untaxable federal land would get a reliable funding stream under a measure … more
WPX Energy will run three drill rigs this year, including one exploring the rich Niobrara shale in the Piceance … more