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 five years.
Amy is married to Mitch Hamilton and the couple has a new baby girl. Amy enjoys photographing people, exploring new trails with her dog, and long road bike rides with friends.
It’s not customary for the town of Palisade to send flowers for a deceased community member. … more
COLLBRAN — The site of a monstrous landslide that captured the nation’s attention almost a year ago to … more
You’ll just have to take your chances watching JUCO baseball games that start today. … more
It may not be so funny to some people, but well-known comedian Ralphie May is not returning to Grand … more
Two people are dead, one by police gunfire, after a suspect with a weapon fled a crash in the area of Eighth Street … more
In a town where wearing your good jeans is good enough, there’s been a steady stream of suits, ties and dress … more
So you want to learn a little bit about what fruits, herbs and animals are raised here? Perhaps you’d like … more
Never mind the drizzling rain, a small cadre of friends came out to watch Allison Duncan accept her Bachelor of … more
From her Aurora hospital room, Tammy Harper watched as the earth seized up and storms blanketed the ground with … more
OLATHE — Robert Dunsing likes the views of the farmer’s fields that give way to the snow-peaked San … more
Mike may have lost his head, but about 150 chickens at Fruita’s annual festival this weekend should have … more
Madelyn Swelstad is onto something. … more
It was like Christmas at Canyon View Park on Friday night. … more
Thelma Patty has been shopping at the Safeway on the Redlands for the past four decades. … more
The city of Grand Junction is doing something right when it comes to operating and managing its vehicles. … more
If you’re an owner of any of the roughly 88,000 properties subject to property tax in Mesa County, … more
The smells were “metallic” and entered their noses with a “burning sensation.” People said … more
When it comes to road construction, sometimes the goal of the city of Grand Junction deviates from the philosophy … more
You can have the cutest animals, farm the best grapes, harvest the juiciest peaches or grow the most fragrant … more
A warmer than normal winter was nice for a number of reasons. Wool socks don’t wear out as fast and the sunny … more