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.
The Grand Junction City Council is eager to hear from city businesses that import or export products or that use … more
Grand Junction hospitals competing for local health care dollars refused to talk about a recent medical study that … more
Taxpayers who qualified for subsidies to offset the cost of health insurance under the Affordable Care Act may be … more
A makeshift memorial of flowers and balloons fluttered in the cold wind Saturday near the spot where a 20-year-old … more
The Grand Junction City Council voted unanimously last week to spend $12,500 from the city’s Economic … more
A transport maker based in Grand Junction was recently given two more years to make good on its plan to hire 74 new … more
Chief executives from more than 15 Grand Valley businesses agreed during a roundtable discussion at Chez Lena … more
Thousands of schoolgirls are expected to learn about joy, health and self-confidence while they train with … more
CoorsTek keeps its secrets behind concrete walls and aluminum siding down by the Colorado River. … more
The Fruita Consumers Cooperative Association — more well-known to folks as the Fruita Co-op — finished … more
Latino children are at greater risk of becoming overweight or obese than their peers, according to a national … more
It was a knit one, purl two jamboree at Mesa County Central Library on Saturday, where women circled to stitch for … more
The laughing eyes of John Wayne Schlatter reflect light still, even though he died from a stroke just before … more
The 23-cent increase in Colorado’s minimum wage provoked mixed reactions from local business owners and … more
The pilot health care program by Rocky Mountain Health Plans that’s tied to tens of millions of dollars in … more
Get Air at the Silo Adventure Center bounced onto the Grand Junction business scene eight months ago with a plan … more
More than 165,000 Coloradans owed $56 million to payday lenders at the end of 2013, as the number of people taking … more
For several local customers, Grand Junction’s only cable service provider was late in keeping its promise to … more
To “enplane” is to board an airplane — something nearly 3,000 more commercial passengers did … more
With little more than 24 hours before transmission of local CBS and FOX programming via cable is cut, negotiations … more