Bachelor’s in journalism, Metropolitan State College of Denver
Western Slope Colorado native born in Glenwood Springs raised in New Castle.
I joined the Sentinel sports department on April 1, 2013.
I wrote a book on my hometown of New Castle and its rich history of coal mining, railroads and wild-west roots.
Prior to finishing college at 31 years old and getting into journalism I worked in a variety of fields, some of those include coal mining, garbage collection, cemetery worker, pizza delivery (I was robbed three times), cook, bartender, janitor, waiter, construction worker, carpenter, forklift operator, truck driver and disc jockey to name a few.
Jack Parsons has been ripping it up on the football field for the past eight months. … more
MONTROSE — Football is not life, but there’s nothing like the brotherhood of football. … more
One son beat his dad, the other son lost to his dad. … more
The father-son team was just a little better than the father-daughter team. … more
PAONIA — Taylor Walters takes a quick five-step drop and snaps a spiral to a teammate. … more
The future is not now for the Colorado Rockies. But it might be in Grand Junction. … more
Jennifer Pharr Davis had never done much in the outdoors growing up. … more
Trevor Olkowski has been busy this summer. … more
Taylor Walters didn’t know what to expect at her first Western Slope Triple Play Women’s golf … more
Kriss Burwell and Paul Poudrier got on a roll in the second set of their consolation doubles match. … more
The old guys beat the young guys and the younger old guy beat the oldest guy. … more
Fast, quick, aggressive, polished and skilled. … more
Gene Wilder took a mighty swing Friday at a soft shot and the ball dribbled off his racket into the net. … more
This was Kiel Roling’s night. … more
It’s baseball’s dirty little eight-letter word. … more
Pickleball — the name says it all. … more
Everywhere I went, people with these funny-looking paddles said the same thing. … more
It’s always nice when a decision turns out to be the right one. … more
Huckleberry — good for pie, bad for bull riders. … more
It was over, just a smattering of seconds left, and we were into the next round. … more