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.
Do You Remember Your First Job Starting Wage?
People always talk about the good old days, so let's talk about how good the starting wage was from our first job.
I Finally Know How to Pronounce Crag Crest Correctly
It has taken me nearly 16 years of living in Grand Junction, but I think I finally know how to pronounce Crag Crest correctly.
Best Fly Options For Mid-Summer Fishing in Colorado Rivers
The summer is hot, the land is dry, but there is plenty of great Colorado fishing
Wolf Creek is Nation’s First Fully Solar Powered Ski Area
The Wolf Creek Ski area in western Colorado has become the nations' first fully solar-powered ski area.
United Way of Mesa County Impacts Community in Big Way
United Way of Mesa County is impacting the community in a big way in education, health, and self- reliance.
Are You Suffering From Digital Dementia?
Smartphones are wonderful devices but they are changing the culture and you may be suffering from "digital dementia."
The Highest Lighthouse in the U.S. is In Colorado
Considering the elevation of Colorado, it's not surprising to learn the highest lighthouse in the United States is in Colorado.
Grand Junction’s Summer Wiener Dog Races Coming in August
Calling All Wiener Dogs
Colorado Mountain Goats Shot, Killed and I’m Mad as Heck
Looking for Colorado mountain goat poachers
Update: Colorado Fatalities Approaching 300 for 2018
Just past the halfway point of 2018, the number of traffic fatalities in Colorado is approaching 300.