Dave Jensen was born in Paterson, New Jersey, but moved to Colorado (in the back window of his parents’ VW 1968) when he was 12 months old and has lived in the area ever since. Dave worked at Runza in Loveland when he was younger and still enjoys stopping now and then for an Original Runza. Dave is currently the longest-tenured employee in the Townsquare Media Northern Colorado office at 600 Main St. in Windsor, having worked here since 1997. Dave loves movies, disc golf, great TV, the local craft beers around Fort Collins and all things radio.
The 5 Best-Paying Construction Jobs in the Denver Area
With more and more people moving into the state, and more businesses moving operations here. things need to be built.
Colorado Will Have One of America’s Biggest Solar Farms
Solar energy in Colorado is about to see a massive boost. A planned solar farm in the southwestern part of the state will be producing over more than triple the amount of megawatts each year, than another in the state. With Buc-ee's coming to Johnstown, Colorado, with 116 fuel pumps, it doesn't seem like the Centennial State is all that worried about fossil fuels; this large solar farm, however wi
Steve Miller Announces 2 Colorado Shows for Fall of 2024
Legendary rocker Steve Miller is celebrating the 50th anniversary of "The Joker" being one his biggest hits, and he's coming to Colorado.
A Special Beer Is Returning to Loveland to Help Kids in Colorado
Rock Bottom Breweries nationwide have been brewing a 'dedicated' ale for over 20 years, raising funds to help local fire-related charities
2 New, Startling Developments in Colorado’s JonBenét Ramsey Cold Case
Will these new developments lead them to actually killed young JonBenét?
30 Restaurants That Fort Collins Loved and Misses the Most
We asked folks who know Fort Collin the best which restaurants they've been missing over the years. We received many responses.
Will Donald Trump’s New Shoes Be at Denver’s ‘Sneaker Con?’
"The Greatest Sneaker Show on Earth" is on its way to the Mile High City, bringing thousands of sneaker fans to town.
‘Ultimate Journey’ Italian Restaurant in Denver to Cease Operations
After nearly 20 years, a fantastic Colorado Italian restaurant has announced that they're closing their doors.
Have You Seen What They’re Doing at Colorado Paneras Now?
Getting some coffee or any other drink at a Colorado Panera has gone through a sudden change. If you are a frequenter of Panera, this may get under your skin; if you don't go to Panera that often, you should still be aware of how it is, now...
Colorado’s Illegal Pete’s Bringing 3 New Spots in 2024
Colorado can claim to be the birthplace of more than a few restaurant chains, but Illegal Pete's has a way of standing out. Is it the name? It does bring a feeling of "rebellion." Maybe it's just the cool vibe they put off. Perhaps it's the margaritas...