Greg joined the Sentinel news team on July 15, 2013. He reports on the latest medical technologies and keeps track of businesses in the Grand Valley.
Bachelor of Arts in History, Mesa College
Juris Doctor, University of Oregon
I am a Western Slope Colorado native, born and raised in Grand Junction. My hands were stained with ink before I could vote. I started in journalism at age of 15 as a reporter for Kids Ink, a weekly insert in the Rocky Mountain News. I wrote obituaries and the police blotter at the Colorado Springs Sun before attending college. I edited the Western State College newspaper, Top O’ the World, before transferring to Mesa and becoming a father.
Then things got off track. I practiced law first as a commercial litigator and then as associate general counsel for a medical malpractice insurance company. I operated a small bookstore with my mother in Sedona, Ariz.
Things finally got back on track when I returned to newspapers first as a sports reporter, then as a news editor and eventually as managing editor for three sister community newspapers located in Sedona, Cottonwood and Camp Verde, Ariz.
A new law that frees Colorado start-ups from disclosing detailed financial data to state regulators allows them to … more
The fenced, 46-acre campus where hundreds of Grand Valley start-ups launched since 1999 could be the ideal location … more
Sounds of children slapped and wailing stunned the more than 100 community leaders and volunteers gathered for the … more
MONTROSE — The side that prevails in a protracted legal battle over Montrose County’s only hospital … more
The sweetest annual event in Palisade buzzed with activity Saturday when hundreds of visitors swarmed the tiny town … more
Many of the more than 100 volunteers who worked for hours with picks and shovels Saturday to build a mile of the … more
he pain in her hands, feet and other joints was so great, a local woman said she understood why some people in the … more
Grand Junction City Council is expected to vote Wednesday to pay as much as $400,000 in impact fees to offset the … more
City officials with a vision for the Westside Beltway are blind to the financial havoc it would cause, several 25 … more
A bill moving its way through the Colorado Legislature that would give home-based pickle makers a pass on most food … more
n early barrage of pollen from elm, juniper and cottonwood trees has exploded across Mesa County, overwhelming many … more
A federal visa program that allows employers to hire guest workers at vacation resorts and construction companies … more
Nearly 20 musical acts booked to perform at the Mesa Theater between today and June 17 are unlikely to appear … more
Phillip Meir, a tax accountant who worked more than 30 years with the Internal Revenue Service, was beat … more
The company that manages Grand Junction Regional Airport’s parking operations told the Airport Authority … more
More than a decade ago, a Grand Junction health care provider with advanced nursing skills recognized a regional … more
Scores of lucky Grand Valley residents will get an advance look Thursday at the latest film produced by Ken Burns … more
The initial plat for a new residential subdivision on 45 acres near Redlands Mesa could be filed with city planners … more
A nasty bump on the head is often called a concussion, but a local medical expert said he wished more people … more
The Colorado Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association dramatically increased its political clout last month by … more