Bachelor’s in history, Tulane University, New Orleans.
Your typical non-native Coloradoan, I grew up in Chicago, went to college in New Orleans, and moved to Denver as a journalist covering the broadband internet industry in 2001. After joining the staff of the Summit Daily News in Frisco in 2005 — first as a copy editor, next as a reporter, and finally as the News Editor — I joined the Daily Sentinel newsroom as an assistant editor in 2007.
My wife and I recently returned from a year living and working abroad in South America, exploring much of Patagonia in between stops in Buenos Aires and Santiago, Chile. We are happy to be back in Colorado, though, where we hike, bike, ski and snowboard every chance we get.
A call to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office by a Palisade resident seeking assistance in disposing of an aging … more
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has waded full-force into the issue of whether two controversial crowded egg-laying … more
A walk around town Friday would have surely led to the conclusion that western Colorado has taken a turn for the … more
The Hollywood press is buzzing with the tantalizing news that the famously unproduced screenplay … more
Luxury all-electric car maker Tesla Motors is in the process of creating a nationwide network of free … more
When it comes to excitement — at least by the definition created by one national business and technology news … more
Colorado is set to make history come Jan. 1, with the advent of retail stores across the state selling small … more
A civil employment lawsuit filed against the Grand Junction Regional Airport Authority board of directors and … more
The local job market continued its slow march toward stability Thursday, with the news that the unemployment rate … more
A Clifton man whose suicidal bullet went through his chest and injured a woman nearby avoided jail time in a plea … more
After a full week of icebox-like conditions and below-normal temperatures across the Grand Valley, local … more
Shannon Moralez loved to play pool. … more
The propriety of operating a crowded, confined chicken egg-laying operation in a rural-residential area has divided … more
For the second year in a row, Ute Water users will see an uptick in the amount they pay for the service. … more
Officials with the city of Rifle reported that a “component failure” at the city’s aging water … more
A small-engine plane headed to Aspen from California crashed in a rugged rural-residential neighborhood near … more
Grand Junction High School found itself under lockdown for brief period Friday morning, after a man killed himself … more
Three locals with legendary contributions to Grand Mesa skiing will be honored at today’s Snowball 2013 … more
Potentially scores of people who used a portable toilet along the popular Riverfront Trail may have been unknowing … more
The first step in determining to solve a problem is identifying one in the first place. … more