Priscilla acts as a “Utility Man”, helping in the Marketing, Editorial and Advertising Departments.
Graduated form Grand Junction High School and attended Mesa Junior College and Western State College in Gunnison, Colorado
As a Grand Junction native, Priscilla is over active in her community. She is currently the President of the Mesa County Historical Society, serves on the Art on the Corner Committee and is also a member of the Legends of the Grand Valley Sculpture Committee. She has been a member of the Grand Junction Lions Club and has served on the Grand Junction Commission on Arts and Culture, KAFM Community Radio Board and has helped start and steer numerous events in the area. Never one to be bored, Priscilla also works with Sandstone Concerts, Colorado Mountain Winefest and Urban Winefest, Palisade Bluegrass Festival and the Telluride Jazz Festival.
Mother of two and stepmother of one, Priscilla has three granddaughters and one grandson. She and husband Dee stay busy camping in the summer, exploring the back roads of their backyard. Cooking, canning, gardening, and scrumping dominate her interests at home.
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The year marks one step forward and two steps back for education in the Grand Valley. After 23 years of going by … more
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The University Center Ballroom at Colorado Mesa University was dressed in its finest reds, whites and blues Friday … more
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Methamphetamine is taking its toll on the Grand Valley in 2005. Theft, sex crimes, crimes against children and … more
Grand Junction Rural Fire Protection District board member Rob Dixon comes under fire for making bad investment … more
Local men and women leaving for military duty in the Middle East occupies the pages of the The Daily Sentinel in … more
Wildfire and drought dominate the news in 2002. Colorado counts 2,012 fires torching 501,630 acres. More than … more
In 2001, all eyes are on Michael Blagg as his daughter Abby and wife Jennifer disappear. … more
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The city of Grand Junction gets a big lawn to mow as it dedicates the new Canyon View Park. More grass gets watered … more
Two new media options are available to Grand Valley television watchers in 1996. … more
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It is a sad day in downtown Grand Junction history in 1994 when F.W. Woolworth’s closes at Fifth and Main … more