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.
Mihaela’s Bakery sells no doughnuts. This disappoints practically no one. That’s because Mihaela … more
Dylan Hazelhurst tenderly extracts a veiled chameleon from its glass tank and speaks lovingly to its spiky, green … more
Mesa County District Attorney Pete Hautzinger sent letters Wednesday to five Internet sweepstakes cafes, ordering … more
A struggling downtown theater operator gave himself until Monday to raise $5,500 to cover the cost of a new liquor … more
So-called Internet sweepstakes cafés in Mesa County could get letters ordering them to stop running illegal … more
An overflow crowd of Museum of Western Colorado boosters celebrated accomplishments, honored contributors and … more
Calming relief is the first emotion that washes over survivors when they enter the library at St. Mary’s … more
More than 120 students from 15 middle schools around western Colorado solved math problems beyond the understanding … more
Hell’s Kitchen it wasn’t. … more
Sometime after the summer Blizzard season, the landmark Dairy Queen at Seventh Street and North Avenue could … more
Long-term trends in global markets point toward strong growth in liquid natural gas exports, which will provide … more
U.S. Tech, the long-lived electronic appliance and car stereo retailer, sent written invitations to 10,000 of its … more
School District 51 wants to grow the number of Grand Valley farmers it buys produce from to feed students. … more
Sick and in pain from multiple sclerosis, 84-year-old Donna Cummings wanted peace of mind. She turned to her … more
A magazine and website that give personal finance advice to about 1 million readers every month named Grand … more
A Grand Junction woman who lives with chronic pain on the right side of her body is working to … more
Nicole Gilmore knew something was going on when she and her boyfriend, Robert Bingaman, rolled up to a fire … more
An expanding circle of area women with purchasing power is making a big impact on local nonprofits. Known as The … more
Dignity and fortitude are the qualities that allow human beings to stand tall after life knocks them down. … more
They sang and danced for Robert Tyrer on Sunday. The longtime Grand Valley entertainer died Jan. 22, the day after … more