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.
Are your taste buds ready? … more
Grand Junction has a good mix of manufacturing companies, lots of space to attract more businesses and good … more
The Grand Valley just received some new tools to monitor its air quality, thanks to work from the local group … more
Grand Junction city councilors may have violated the intent of the Colorado Open Meetings Law when they voted … more
The driver of a motorcycle died at a hospital after a crash with a vehicle at Fifth Street and Gunnison Avenue on … more
Authorities will be searching for the driver of a truck who cut off a motorcyclist and left the scene on 32 Road at … more
How’s your head these days? … more
Call it sheer luck, fate or a miracle, but Sally White is lucky to be alive today. … more
Sixty-three-year-old Jerry Young of Grand Junction has been identified as the man who died Sunday after his … more
Mother’s Day seems to get all the attention, but plenty of dads are just as deserving of heaps of credit. … more
The latest ruling by a judge in a lawsuit against Grand Junction’s anti-panhandling ordinance usually is a … more
Pilot Bill Shepard, who flies the rare Red Tail P-51C Mustang fighter, considers himself lucky. Shepard, who … more
City councilors in Delta have scrapped the three finalists for their open city manager position and are going back … more
More than a few locals have noticed the long row of mustard yellow Union Pacific locomotives lined up nose-to-end … more
Without the protests, conversations and concerns typically reserved for votes on marijuana shops, Parachute … more
Skateboarders who ride the Westlake Skatepark know all about the quirks of this 18,000-square-foot concrete … more
Lois Bogart was happy to pick up the makings for a salad Tuesday night, cherry tomatoes and mixed salad greens. She … more
He was the kind of man who was reliable, quick with a smile and meant what he said. … more
The city of Grand Junction announced Monday it is signing on with Next Century Cities in its high-speed Internet … more
In the near future, two recreational marijuana shops will be located in De Beque’s core and two will sell … more