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've been around the country in my career and then came to KOOL 107.9 in 2003. There's definitely no other place I would rather be. I’m a native of Colorado, and love living on the western slope. When I'm not in the studio, my favorite things to do are drink coffee, play golf, hike, photography, enjoy good music, and watch classic TV shows, movies, and football.
Denver Bronco Great Floyd Little Dead at 78
It was a sad New Year's weekend for Bronco Country.
David Lesh Still Banned From Colorado National Forest Land
A part-time Colorado resident, banned from national forest lands was in a Grand Junction court recently to plead his case.
Take A Tour of 18 Western Colorado Main Streets
Every western Colorado town has a main street but not all of them have a road called Main Street.
Nearly 60% of Colorado Restaurants Might Close Within 3 Months
A recent survey shows the Colorado restaurant landscape could change dramatically in the coming months.
11 Colorado 14ers You Could Hike This Summer
Hiking to the top of a Colorado 14er isn't for everyone, but if you're a hiker up for a challenge this is a great place to start.
Watch Baby Rhino’s First Swim at Denver Zoo
It's a memorable occasion for a newborn at the Denver Zoo.
Maroon Bells Set To Open, Bus Price Doubles
It's going to cost you more than ever to visit one of Colorado's most popular mountain landmarks.
My 10 Favorite Colorado Rockies Players of All-Time
Being a Colorado Rockies fan for nearly 30 years has not been easy, but we certainly have gathered plenty of great memories over the years.
Where Colorado Has Lost the Most Jobs So Far
Nearly a quarter of a million Coloradans have filed unemployment claims in the past four weeks, and one sector of the workforce has been especially hard hit.
Peyton Manning: ‘I Am Not Scared of Needles’
"I'm not afraid of needles," Peyton Manning says proudly, as he donates blood.
Colorado Counties Tell Visitors and Tourists ‘Please Stay Home’
A number of Colorado counties are taking drastic steps to help stem the spread of the coronavirus telling visitors to please stay home