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 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
Beer and pizza are a great match — and for most of the last 10 years, so has been the partnership between … more
A night of alleged drinking and drug use led to two men traveling along Interstate 70 late Sunday in the wrong … more
By late Friday, the coroner in Ouray County still had not officially ruled that Montrose High School student Cait … more
Though workers have been busy in the area for the past few weeks, a symbolic groundbreaking Wednesday in the south … more
Its future may have been in jeopardy this year, but the Independence Day parade will indeed roll down Grand … more
Global instability — and specifically the current Russian-backed unrest in Ukraine — will surely be … more
An employee of Sam’s Club, 1040 Independent Ave., faces a count of unlawful sexual contact after he allegedly … more
Students arriving at Colorado Mesa University near North Avenue on Friday morning were curious about the police … more
Four of Lloyd Joseph’s teammates from his Palisade Heavyweight Broncos youth football team huddled with their … more
Ralphie May was wasted on stage Thursday night and it’s all Colorado’s fault — so said the … more
Backers of a campaign to have the Veterans Affairs’ Office of Inspector General scrutinize the recent care of … more
A Gypsum plant touted for its renewable energy promise suffered serious fire damage Saturday, after an all-day … more
A parolee accused of murder, assault, robbery and escape in connection with the death of man earlier this year … more
Two men lost their lives last month, offering help to a stranded motorist along the interstate. … more
Most of the folks pulling, tugging and guiding the massive balloon characters flying high above New York City … more
Two Palisade High School students are bringing their pro-life message to the Colorado Mesa campus all next week, … more