Tells the stories of life and people in this unique area, especially focusing on religion, and home and garden topics.
Rachel graduated Brigham Young University with a bachelor of arts in journalism and English.
In addition to The Daily Sentinel, Rachel has been a reporter at The (Fort Smith, Ark.) Southwest Times Record, The (Colorado Springs) Gazette and The (West Palm Beach, Fla.) Palm Beach Post. She also taught English for about two years at a public school in northwest China.
It may or may not have meant something, but it was worth noting: As Dr. Tiffany Field, founder of the Touch … more
Of all the impulsive decisions a tourist can make on vacation — the Caribbean cruise corn rows, the Vegas … more
Shooting the breeze on the porch … more
The ingredient list begins with “8 sticks,” and we’re not talking sticks of butter, but actual … more
Upon seeing the garbage that came out of the Colorado River Saturday by the raftful, a lot of people might share an … more
On more than 240 mountain-view acres in Crawford, Joe Cocker walked with his dogs. … more
A Grand Junction woman who gained national infamy after a video of a racist tirade she went on Monday in the Mesa … more
On July 24, the International Olympic Committee announced its decision not to ban the entire Russian Olympic team … more
Consider the timeless combinations: spaghetti and meatballs. Johnny and June. Jeans and a T-shirt. Oreos and … more
First, let’s acknowledge the egg shells — which exist, upon which we will soon be treading, and that … more
With the Republican National Convention ending in Cleveland tonight — Republican nominee Donald Trump is … more
Since Colorado National Monument officials announced a proposal Thursday to raise entrance fees — in some … more
The bodies of two men were discovered in the Colorado River on Sunday morning, one near the Blue Heron boat ramp … more
The still-burning Blair Fire west of Meeker is a vivid reminder that if there’s such a thing as … more
A trail that runs seven miles from Orchard Mesa to Whitewater overlooks the Gunnison River bluffs, and its origin … more
Not long after the outnumbered Athenian army defeated King Darius I’s Persian forces in the 490 B.C. Battle … more
Two people were in serious condition Thursday afternoon after the Honda sedan they were in crashed into the back of … more
Democracy, in this case, was represented by uncooked beans, and “A Man Called Ove” had 12 red ones. … more
“That’s like the best road ride in the entire world.” … more
The swim beach at Crawford State Park is temporarily closed after a weekly water test detected E. coli bacteria. … more