Tanner played baseball at Kansas State University.
Tanner began his sports journalism career at Kansas State University.
While at Kansas State he served as the Sports Director of the student radio station KSDB-FM, Saturday Sports Anchor at 1350 KMAN, and Pre-Game Game host and sideline reporter for K-State HDTV.
Before coming to Grand Junction, Tanner was the Sports Director at KBRX Radio in O’Neill, Nebraska.
Tanner has always had a passion for sports as he was a four sport athlete in high school, and played baseball at Kansas State as well.
When he’s not working, Tanner enjoys spending all the time he can outdoors. This includes fishing, hiking, hunting, and everything that is involved.
Feel free to reach out to Tanner anytime. He would love to hear from you!
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