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.
Despite recent positive trends in hiring, nearly $73 million in annual wages drained out of Mesa County between … more
Like most great Colorado resorts, the distinctive Wag Resort in Grand Junction caters to patrons of all stripes, … more
St. Mary’s Hospital showed off a $2.75 million upgrade to its trio of CareFlight vehicles Thursday: A … more
The Fruita City Council voted 4-0 Tuesday to hire a North Carolina town administrator to serve as Fruita’s … more
Grand Junction city officials say a “perfect storm” of fungicide, herbicide and wet weather conspired … more
Monsoonal subtropical moisture fueled another round of showers and thunderstorms that dropped up to a half-inch of … more
More than 70 runners earned their stripes early Saturday morning as they pushed themselves up to 16 miles in … more
The Job Corps in Collbran — called “the best kept secret” on the Western Slope — graduates … more
People who live on the Western Slope enjoy their doughnuts so much that a corporate giant plans a comeback in Grand … more
A nonprofit that gives free advice to thousands of small businesses around the nation made a splash on its return … more
Fitness junkies could labor an hour or so at most Grand Valley ranches to sculpt the same sets of muscles a … more
Earlier this spring, Verizon Wireless introduced its new XLTE service and announced it is expanding the service … more
Mesa County residents with private health insurance pay more than double what is expected for some medical … more
A lifelong Colorado resident who spent the last 50 years living in Rifle, most recently as head of family and … more
Anti-smoking crusaders concede electronic cigarettes deliver less tar and other damaging chemicals than the … more
For many Grand Valley teenagers, the ebb and flow of summer season jobs starts in June — about the time … more
A section of the city known as the 24 Road corridor enjoys the right mix of regulatory and private sector drivers … more
Around 50 civic-minded Grand Valley residents met at Mesa County Workforce Center on Thursday night to envision a … more
Morgan and David Hansow, international free traders, potential TV network executives and Fruita Monument High … more
Giant bags of Cap’n Crunch-style knock-offs slathered with milk fill the bellies and cling to the back teeth … more