Covers issues that generate from Grand Junction City Hall and general assignments.
Graduated with a bachelor’s degree from the University of Oregon’s journalism program in 1998.
Amy grew up in Oregon. She was bitten by the journalism bug in high school writing for the school newspaper. Since then she has worked as a reporter at newspapers in Stayton, Ore., Crested Butte, Fort Collins and Steamboat Springs. She has worked at The Daily Sentinel since 2006.
Amy is married to Mitch Hamilton and the couple have two darling girls. Amy enjoys photographing people, exploring new trails with her dogs, and long road bike rides with friends and family.
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Despite the angry outbursts and indignation from several Orchard Mesa residents, members of the Mesa County … more
Say “hasta la vista” to the potholes, baby. … more
Palisade trustees made a laundry list of decisions about the future of marijuana in their town at their Tuesday … more
What have you done for us lately? … more
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Two California residents were arrested Tuesday for allegedly hauling 14 pounds of heroin hidden in a compartment of … more
The Grand Junction City Council appears to be weighing its options carefully before moving to a next stage in … more
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A $2 million grant from the Colorado Health Foundation advances a fundraising effort by Mind Springs Health to … more
Nothing much surprises Grand Junction police officer Dustin Bovee during his rounds checking in on homeless camps … more
Trinity Klepzig moves her head up and down, then side to side. … more
Paul Anthony loves the thrill of the hunt. … more
Glittery fabrics and decorations in Mardi Gras colors of royal purple, gold and green adorned the ballroom at Two … more
Nearly 30 years ago, a section of the north bank of the Colorado River didn’t appear to be open for … more
A high-speed, affordable broadband network for Grand Junction residents and businesses may receive a nudge forward … more
A YMCA for Palisade? … more
A relative newcomer to the Grand Valley, Kathyrn Bennett launched an unusually enthusiastic and aggressive campaign … more