Stina Sieg

Senior Field Correspondent

When senior field correspondent Stina Sieg was 22, she moved to the desert. She hasn’t been the same since.

At the time, the Northern California native had just graduated from college and was hankering for wide-open spaces. So she took a leap and wrote to nearly every newspaper in New Mexico until one offered her a job.

That’s how she became the photographer for a daily paper in the small town of Silver City. And that’s when she realized how much she loved storytelling.

In the years since, the beauty of having people open up and share their stories — and trust her to tell them — has never gotten old to Sieg.

Before coming to KJZZ, Sieg was also a writer and photographer at newspapers in Glenwood Springs, Colorado; Moab, Utah; and the Smoky Mountains town of Waynesville, North Carolina. She always had her hand in public radio, too, including hosting Morning Edition on a fill-in basis at WNCW in North Carolina. It’s still the best music station she’s found.

When she’s not reporting, chances are Sieg is running, baking, knitting or driving to some far-flung town deep in the desert — just to see what it looks like.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
Not Everyone Impressed With Ducey's Budget Proposal Stina Sieg Jan. 16, 2017
New Arizona Budget Gives $114 Million In New Money To Schools Stina Sieg Jan. 13, 2017
Good Snow Could Mean Bad Traffic In Flagstaff This Weekend Stina Sieg Jan. 13, 2017
New Drug Starts Killing People In Arizona Stina Sieg Jan. 12, 2017
Parents Of Texas Man Killed By Mesa Police File Lawsuit Stina Sieg Jan. 11, 2017
LGBT People Worry About Life Under The Trump Administration Stina Sieg Jan. 11, 2017
Sheriff Paul Penzone's Name Replaces Arpaio's — Gradually Stina Sieg Jan. 8, 2017
EPA: Nearly 540 Tons Of Metals Released In Mine Spill Stina Sieg Jan. 6, 2017
Old West Spirit Lives On At Old Tucson Stina Sieg Jan. 5, 2017
Redlight Camera Company Redflex Reaches Settlement With DOJ Stina Sieg Dec. 28, 2016
Family Rescued After Getting Lost In Heavy Snow On The Way To Grand Canyon Stina Sieg Dec. 26, 2016
Old Tucson Founder Robert Shelton Dies Stina Sieg Dec. 19, 2016
Arizona Capitol Museum To Feature Bill Of Rights Exhibit Stina Sieg Dec. 13, 2016
Over 6 Million People Visited Grand Canyon This Year Stina Sieg Dec. 13, 2016
Arizona Board Of Regents Urges Trump To Protect DREAMers Stina Sieg Dec. 9, 2016
Vandalized Middle Eastern Bakery Receives Outpouring Of Support Stina Sieg Dec. 6, 2016
Children's Band Brings Diversity To Bluegrass Stina Sieg Dec. 2, 2016
Highway To Grand Canyon's North Rim To Close For Winter Stina Sieg Nov. 29, 2016
State Park Commemorating Fallen Granite Mountain Hotshots To Open Stina Sieg Nov. 29, 2016
Permits To Cut Christmas Trees In The Wild Going Fast Stina Sieg Nov. 25, 2016
Flagstaff Could See Snow This Weekend Stina Sieg Nov. 24, 2016
Feds Recommend Closing Part Of New Mexico Nuclear Storage Facility Stina Sieg Nov. 23, 2016
Black Canyon City Residents Give Their Take On I-17 Traffic Tangles Stina Sieg Nov. 22, 2016
NAU Cross Country Runners Take School's First National Title Stina Sieg Nov. 21, 2016
Planned Tucson Shooting Memorial Needs More Money Stina Sieg Nov. 15, 2016