I did my first radio show back in high school on a small reel-to-reel machine, and I have been hooked on radio ever since. I started in radio in 2003, and there's no other place I would rather be. I’m a native of Colorado, but I have to tell you, living on the western slope is where it’s at. When I'm not in the studio at work, my favorite things to do are drink coffee, play golf, watch football and classic TV and movies, and enjoy good music.
Road Trip Worthy: Camp St. Malo’s Inspiring Chapel on the Rock
Over the years, thousands of people have visited Colorado's Chapel on the Rock - maybe you are next.
Here’s Why You Don’t Want to Miss Grand Junction’s Tech Expo
The Mesa County Libraries Tech Expo is definitely the place to be on January 22.
December’s Teacher of the Month is Fruitvale Elementary’s Lacey Behl
Congratulations to our December teacher of the month.
Here We Go Again, Postage Rates Going Up
Three things you can count on in life - death, taxes, and postage rate increases.
Local Low-Income Assistance Programs to Suffer if Shutdown Continues
Government workers aren't the only ones who stand to suffer from the current political stalemate.
What Grand Junction Needs, An Ax-Throwing Gallery
It's a growing trend across America, and it needs to come to Grand Junction
Free Shuttle Being Offered For Taste of the Grand Valley
It's great news for those attending the Home Loan Taste of the Grand Valley on February 4.
Where Not to Park in Colorado’s Snowy High Country
It may seem like common sense, but the fact is plenty of folks could use a little help in that department.
Don’t Be Fooled, Tickets Not Being Sold For Breckenridge Snow Sculptures
There's always someone out there trying to make a buck under false pretenses and it's happening in Breckenridge.
Exploring Colorado’s Eastern Plains, 5 Things to Know About Cope
In my lifetime, I haven't encountered many folks who have ever been to Cope, Colorado let alone that have heard of it.