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.
ewer dollars offered for support and a last-minute scramble to coordinate a permit with the Bureau of Land … more
A small group of representatives from the area medical community collaborated Wednesday in an effort to untangle … more
A public vote on retail sales of marijuana likely will get another chance to bloom in Palisade, according to town … more
A Grand Junction man was arrested Friday on suspicion of having sex with a 16-year-old girl. … more
A funding cut to an arts and culture grant program could have some wide-ranging effects. … more
Preston Ellis would have turned 59 on June 2, likely living out his retirement riding his motorcycle, heading south … more
Scanner reports tonight indicate police are seeking a silver station wagon whose driver is suspected of hitting a … more
Construction on Horizon Drive won’t be complete in time for the Junior College World Series, but traffic … more
The Montez family squeezed each other a little bit tighter Thursday night, listening to talks meant to honor all … more
The approval of a rezone of a church building on Orchard Mesa may either be seen as a blessing or a curse by … more
Fruita is the first municipality in Mesa County to agree to pay new fees charged by the Grand Valley Drainage … more
An idea smoldering among Grand Junction City Council members may lead to a future ban on residential burning. … more
A road map for the city of Grand Junction might involve some fuel from taxpayers. … more
Skateboarders in Palisade have reason to celebrate. … more
The irony that he is at the top of his class and the bottom of his class isn’t wasted on Clay Rowland, … more
The next time you encounter an eighth-grader, give them some credit. … more
There’s a slight funding shortfall to construct the amphitheater at Las Colonias Park, but some Grand … more
A new and better rating given to service provided by the Grand Junction Fire Department could result in … more
The snow clears, the Earth starts to tilt back toward the sun and days in the Grand Valley linger a bit longer. … more
The third year’s a charm for Grand Junction’s new mayor. … more