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.
Montrose County Sheriff’s Office Takes the Bean Challenge For Charity
The idea is to leave a bad taste in your mouth.
Five Totally Cool Reasons to Visit Pagosa Springs
Southwestern Colorado's Pagosa Springs is a very cool place to visit and here are five facts to prove it.
African Children’s Choir is Coming to Western Colorado
Many of the children in the choir have lost one or both parents to war, famine, and disease.
What’s Different About This Year’s Mesa County School District Calendar?
There's one big difference you'll notice about this year's Mesa County School District calendar.
Openings Remain For Grand Junction Corn Hole Tournament
$1,000 in cash and prizes is up for grabs.
Bull Draw Fire Update: 22,000 Acres Burned, Public Meeting Scheduled
The Bull Draw Fire in western Colorado has now burned 22,000 acres and containment is nowhere in sight.
Man in Durango Fined for Feeding Bears Near His Home
It may seem like a no-brainer, yet, I feel compelled to offer some good advice today. Don't feed the bears.
The #1 Thing Needed to Improve Grand Junction’s Movie Experience
There's no question that in Grand Junction we love going to the movies.
Grand Valley Competes For Title of Nation’s Best Wine Region
Everybody in the grand valley knows about western Colorado's wine country, but, soon the entire nation might be in on the secret.
Golden Police Show Their Stuff in Lip Sync Challenge
The Golden Police Department has answered the call in the national police department lip sync challenge.