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 for the past nine years.
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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More than 20 years after the murder, Jackie Kuntz now feels some sense of closure after the person she believes is … more
When it’s time for people to leave an abusive relationship, it’s kind of a like a house fire. … more
Employees at three Mesa County stores that sell and redeem lottery tickets are facing charges for allegedly taking … more
Orchard Mesa’s main route, U.S. Highway 50, is great for getting somewhere quickly. … more
People advocating to host the opening stage of a professional cycling race in Grand Junction haven’t given … more
Unless someone can promptly place a six-figure check in the hand of a Grand Junction city councilor, the city … more
A request by city staff to city councilors to apply for a grant usually is a rubber stamp event. … more
Fruita’s City Council will be losing councilor Bob Fuller at the beginning of the new year. … more
If you’ve lost someone to suicide, you’re not alone, and there’s a safe place to talk. … more
Sweetly sung holiday songs from elementary students at Messiah Lutheran’s Children’s Choir seemed to … more
A restroom and some of the areas at the trail head of the Fruita Paleo area of the McInnis Canyons National … more
Screenwriter Dalton Trumbo never returned to live in Grand Junction as an adult but his courageous spirit was alive … more
Grand Junction has bid several times to be a host city for the USA Pro Challenge, a Colorado-based professional … more
As far as police investigations go, this one practically solved itself. … more
The fast-approaching holiday season is a time for revelry, get-togethers, and of course, presents. Lots of … more
Charles Roth likely had more war stories than one person should have. … more
Newly milled asphalt being installed along Colorado Highway 340 is the first phase of a shoulder-widening project … more
Listen up, teens. … more