Stina Sieg

Western Slope Reporter

@StinaSieg[email protected]

Professional Background:

Stina joined Colorado Public Radio in 2019 bringing more than a decade of reporting experience in radio and print journalism. In her early career, she gained Western Slope experience as the arts entertainment editor for the Glenwood Springs Post Independent newspaper. She began her transition into public radio in 2011 as a fill-in host for WNCW in North Carolina. Most recently,Stinawas a senior field correspondent and fill-in host at KJZZ in Phoenix where her stories covering the Southwest were often featured on various NPR shows.


Stina has been recognized throughout her career with awards for outstanding journalism. Most recently, she was presented a PRNDI Award, three Edward R. Murrow Regional Awards, an NLGJA Excellence in Journalism Award and a National Headliner Award. Additionally, she was named “Storyteller of the Year” by Phoenix New Times in 2017.


Bachelor's degree in studio art with a writing minor, Humboldt State University.

Mount Sneffels Matt Nuñez

Meet the photographer who took the image for Colorado’s new driver license

Colorado’s driver licenses – yes, they’re now officially called driver licenses – not driver’s – have a new look: The craggy outline of a mountain against a sunset-filled sky and in the foreground, a forest and hills. The image is based on a photo of Mount Sneffels on the Western Slope. The photographer is Matt Nuñez, of Lone Tree. The public chose his picture as part of a contest.