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.
The Super Bowl of dog shows may be held in New York every February, but the chances are good that some future … more
Grand Junction city councilors took a step toward the possibility of building a sprawling new $45 million events … more
Amid lots of previous discussion about a Front Range water grab, by way of a new transmountain diversion, speakers … more
Walking into the barking chaos and flurried activity of a flyball tournament can be unnerving at first. … more
Friday’s Scores PREP FOOTBALL Aspen 29, Montezuma-Cortez 12 Aurora Central 23, Hinkley 3 Bayfield 43, … more
A local photographer’s recent stunning shot of the skies above Colorado National Monument alight with … more
Three members of the same family are accused of burglary and assault after allegedly breaking into an address where … more
A man under court order to remain at the Regional Center, 2800 Riverside Parkway, allegedly walked away from the … more
A Fruita man now faces a 25-year jail sentence in the fatal shooting of his wife earlier this year, after a Mesa … more
The top administrator at the city of Grand Junction offered his resignation Wednesday, and when the Grand Junction … more
In what one member of the governor’s staff called a “real victory in many ways” for Mesa County … more
A Fruita man who confronted a man brandishing a rifle in front of his home in April was justified in shooting and … more
Colorado Treasurer Walker Stapleton is in the middle of a multi-day swing through the western part of the state, … more
Many surgeries have been discontinued for the foreseeable future at the Grand Junction Veterans Affairs Medical … more
A woman charged with taking care of an elderly person is alleged to have improperly used the victim’s debit … more
County commissioners from across the region bent U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner’s ear Saturday in Mesa County, most … more
A crash Thursday evening at an intersection along Patterson Road was allegedly caused by the driver of a … more
Countless times every day, everyday people are thrust into situations calling for heroic action. Many times, they … more
he unseasonably warm weather this year is drawing more and more folks out into the area’s great outdoor … more
Recreational marijuana has essentially been legal in Colorado for more than a year, but the impact legalization has … more