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.
In response to increasing call loads and responsibilities, the Lower Valley Fire Department has restructured its … more
A sign above a door to a former classroom reads: “You are in Room 4.” Green chalkboards still line the … more
Authorities with the Colorado Parks and Wildlife are seeking information on a person who illegally killed a mule … more
Now that Palisade residents have approved recreational marijuana, the hard part begins. … more
Timing mattered for Grand Valley residents who attempted to get around to jobs, schools and appointments Monday … more
A group working to gain signatures so residents could vote on allowing recreational marijuana in Grand Junction … more
News of the closure of Grand Junction’s Kmart store was not something Dennis Hensley wanted to share with his … more
Winter weather struck with a vengeance Thursday, and the results are expected to reverberate today. … more
The Grand Junction City Council unanimously approved the language. Now, it will be up to voters in April whether to … more
If a person with disabilities wants to go on a bike ride, the process could take days. … more
Khaliya Stock is a born cutie. … more
More counseling is on the way for youth at risk of suicide, thanks to a cooperative agreement between the Western … more
Woman’s body in Orchard Mesa canal … more
he sun seared a gilded outline on stiff whipped cream clouds hugging Grand Mesa on New Year’s Day as about 20 … more
Investigators are determining the circumstances surrounding a woman’s body that was found in an Orchard Mesa … more
New windows that roll up like a garage door offering diners peek-a-boo access onto the street are irresistible to … more
Workers are constructing a stage and moving dirt to form a sloping area at Las Colonias Park. … more
A trend of shrinking revenues and increasing costs caught up with local governments this year. … more
Why did the cow cross the road? … more
The Western Colorado Chapter of the American Red Cross is offering assistance to house a Clifton family after their … more