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.
Sore, damaged feet from more than 15 years of walking the floor at different retail stores around the Grand Valley … more
The Mesa County jobless rate fell to 4.5 percent in September — its lowest level in nearly six years — … more
Grand Junction Internet sweepstakes cafés could be forced to close if local law enforcement determines they … more
Some Mesa County residents are spreading false rumors about an imaginary patient at a local hospital who is … more
A Nashville, Tennessee, consulting firm won a $137,000 contract from the Grand Junction City Council last week to … more
Patterson Road between Seventh and 12th streets reopened around 8 p.m. after vehicles were removed from the scene … more
A sharp-dressed high school senior won applause from about 200 court watchers who showed up at Central High School … more
Global Pro Bono Week starts Sunday. Lawyers across the world will host celebrations honoring attorneys who … more
To quote the rapper Pitbull: They’re going to “boogie, oogie, oogie, jiggle, wiggle and dance like a … more
As more gay couples marry in Mesa County, some nuptial-based businesses in the Grand Valley can expect to see … more
A 44-year-old Fruita man who allegedly leased property for a private marijuana grow was advised Wednesday he faces … more
The shooting of Michael Yates by Montrose Police Sgt. Tim Cox was deemed justified after an investigation by the … more
In June, homeless folks in Grand Junction turned offices at 29 Road and North Avenue into temporary residences and … more
The journey from Family Health West to Colorado Canyons Hospital and Medical Center could take months to complete, … more
The vehicle of a 21-year-old Palisade man who was reported missing Saturday was pulled from the Highline Canal near … more
County officials released the names of a 50-year-old Grand Junction woman and a 61-year-old Peyton man who died … more
Around 170 movie-makers are primed to pump as much as $25 million into Colorado’s economy during several … more
Two competing Western Slope car dealers and a chain of Western Slope banks sponsored the first-ever organized … more
Nearly 40 years ago, a small group of local physicians started thinking about ways to recruit doctors to the … more
family-owned corporation that owns several McDonald’s restaurants in Grand Junction, Fruita and Moab … more