Drew Turner

Email: dturner@craugdailypress.com Call: 970-824-7031

Greetings, my name is Andrew Turner. I respond to either Andrew or Drew, but please don't call me Andy.
Although I am NOT a Broncos fan, I do share the same howetown as none other than John Elway ¹ Port Angeles, Wash. ¹ about two hours drive west of Seattle. After spending seven years performing misc. customer service oriented jobs in the airline industry and taking full advantage of the flight benefits, I graduated from Washington State University in 2005.
I have been to 29 of the 30 Major League Baseball parks, and vow to conquer Anaheim this summer.
I'm the youngest of four kids to Norma and Gene ¹ retired school nurse and pediatrician, respectively.
I consider running, photography and travel my top three hobbies.

Recent Stories

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Blue-collar teamwork

Moffat County 11- and 12-year-old Little League team advances

The Moffat County 11- and 12-year-old All-Star Little League team made Steamboat Springs' Emerald Park look like home Tuesday with a 10-3 victory.

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Modifieds Madness lives up to its name

Hayden Speedway full of action

Maybe 7-7-07 wasn't so lucky after all.

Craig Sea Sharks swim team improves upon speedy times

Raindrops may not have fallen during the three-day Craig A, B, C Open at the Craig Swimming Complex, but finishing times did for the host Sea Sharks.

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Driven from within

Two young sons and a dash of adrenaline fuel Matt Beckett

Two things fuel and motivate Matt Beckett at the Hayden Speedway - adrenaline and his children.

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Sea Sharks to host A, B, C Open

After logging countless miles on the road, the Craig Sea Sharks play the role of hosts Friday through Sunday.

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Legion baseball young and having fun

The Moffat County "B" Legion baseball team is youthful and learning, said coach Shane Camilletti.

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It's a family affair

Rodeo has been part of Buffalo lives for three decades

The Buffalo family, of Salida, has a rich rodeo history that is well into its third generation.

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Small cars go big time

Dwarf cars from Vernal entertain Speedway

With a hazy orange sunset Saturday evening, fans were greeted and treated to the high-pitch sounds of dwarf cars buzzing around the dirt track at Hayden Speedway.

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Six Street Stock drivers compete against themselves in name of fun

What do you get when you combine six friends, four wheels and a lot of adrenaline?

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Continued success

Craig Sea Sharks improve on record times

The Craig Sea Sharks posted more personal best times in preparation for their only home meet of the summer next weekend.

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Ryan Gerber, left, and Mikey Story, members of the Craig Youth Bowling Association, gather Wednesday night at Thunder Rolls Bowling Center. A total of 24 bowlers from the CYBA competed in Wheatridge on May 5 to 6 for the Colorado U.S. Bowling Congress State Championship Tournament.

Members of the Craig Youth Bowling Association gather Wednesday night at Thunder Rolls Bowling Center. In front row, from left, are Mariaha Gerber and Trevor Goodwin; and in the back row are Ryan Gerber, left, and Mikey Story. A total of 24 bowlers from the CYBA competed in Wheatridge on May 5 to 6 for the Colorado U.S. Bowling Congress State Championship Tournament. Present but not pictured are Trenton Hillewaert and Amber Forquer.

Brentten Ivers follows through on his second home run of the game Tuesday afternoon against the Steamboat Springs All-Stars at Emerald Park in Steamboat Springs.

Ivan Nielsen fires a pitch toward a Steamboat Springs 11- and 12-year-old All-Star on Tuesday afternoon. Nielsen lasted five innings in Moffat County's 10-3 victory at Emerald Park in Steamboat Springs.

Ivan Nielsen fires a pitch toward a Steamboat Springs 11- and 12-year-old All-Star on Tuesday afternoon. Nielsen lasted five innings in Moffat County's 10-3 victory at Emerald Park in Steamboat Springs.

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