A.J., who was born and raised in Ohio, comes to New Country 99.1 in Northern Colorado via radio stops in Canton, Ohio, Lubbock, Texas, Reno/Tahoe Nevada and most recently...a long stint in Seattle. A.J. loves EVERYTHING outdoors but especially enjoys hiking, cycling, kayaking and running. A.J. is married and has three kids one boy (Max) and 2 four-legged kids, Lucy the pup and Kozmoe the kitty.
UCHealth Opens New Trauma Bay At Longs Peak Hospital
Due to emergency room visits over the past 3 years, UCHealth has debuted a new trauma unit at Longs Peak Hospital in Longmont.
Subway’s Pro Teen Awards Looking For High School Football Phenoms
Subway is teaming up with Marshawn Lynch and Keenan Allen to help high school football players get noticed with their Pro Teen Awards.
Throwback Thursday: 1997 Broncos-Chiefs Divisional Round Game
The Broncos road to their first Super Bowl win had to go through Kansas City first in this classic Divisional Round game on January 4, 1998.
2020 Was One Of The Driest, Warmest In Colorado History
Colorado had one of its driest years ever, but just how dry was it?
The 10 Tallest Buildings In Denver
The Denver skyline is beautiful...especially with the Rocky Mountains as the backdrop and we've put together the top 10 tallest buildings in the Mile High City.
Male Orangutan Is Mr. Mom To Baby Cerah At Denver Zoo
A heartbreaking story from the Denver Zoo has turned into one of the most heartwarming stories you will ever see...and it involves a baby orangutan and her Dad.
Greeley Rec To Offer Virtual Fitness Classes In 2021
The Greeley Rec is giving you a chance to get your group fitness on...without leaving the comfort of your home.
20 Photos Showing Colorado From Space
Colorado is awesome and so is space. Combine the two and we REALLY got something going here.
Top 5 Ranked Colorado Hiking Trails
Our state of Colorado is full of epic hiking trails. But what's the best of the best?
Throwback Thursday: Broncos vs Browns “The Drive”
The Broncos season is over and no "By The Numbers" to get our football fix, so we're doing a "Throwback" game of the week. THIS week we take it back to 1987.
Colorado Schools To Get 1 Million Rapid COVID Tests For Spring
Governor Polis is sending out the rapid tests for school staff, students and families every month during the Spring semester.
Colorado Cattle Deaths Blamed On Hay
About 30 cattle died in Colorado over the last month. Ingesting high levels of nitrates was the cause on a ranchers property near Colorado Springs.