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
Planned Tucson Shooting Memorial Needs More Money Stina Sieg Nov. 15, 2016
Prescott Approves Short-term Vacation Rentals Stina Sieg Nov. 9, 2016
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio Ousted By Paul Penzone Jude Joffe-Block, Stina Sieg Nov. 8, 2016
A Dry Tucson Riverbed May Flow Once More Stina Sieg Nov. 8, 2016
Phoenix Set Heat Record In October Stina Sieg Nov. 1, 2016
Feds Want To Store Nuclear Waste Aboveground In New Mexico Desert Stina Sieg Oct. 27, 2016
Sheriff Joe Arpaio's Posse To Investigate Horse Killing Stina Sieg Oct. 25, 2016
Vying For That Blue Ribbon: Culinary Competitions At The Arizona State Fair Stina Sieg Oct. 14, 2016
Nestlé Recalls Drumstick Ice Cream Over Listeria Concerns Stina Sieg Oct. 11, 2016
Arizona Artability Makes Theater Come Alive For The Visually Impaired Stina Sieg Oct. 11, 2016
Phoenix Businessman Could Pay $11 Million To Investors After Breaking Securities Laws Stina Sieg Oct. 3, 2016
Gary Johnson, Libertarian Candidate For President, Holds Phoenix Rally Stina Sieg Oct. 1, 2016
Order Of Nuns To Leave Tucson Stina Sieg Sep. 28, 2016
Arizona Smoking Rate Hits Historic Low Stina Sieg Sep. 27, 2016
Views Differ On How Legalizing Marijuana Could Affect Arizona Families Stina Sieg Sep. 26, 2016
Body Found At Grand Canyon Believed To Be Missing River Guide Stina Sieg Sep. 22, 2016
Tucson Company Recalls 915 Pounds Of Tamales Stina Sieg Sep. 16, 2016
Cartoonist Remembers The Fun Of Sketching Arizona's First Female Governor Stina Sieg Sep. 15, 2016
Arizona's Bald Eagles Bust Breeding Records Stina Sieg Sep. 14, 2016
Mother Of Murdered Girl Urges Navajo Nation To Use Death Penalty Stina Sieg Sep. 12, 2016
Jury Selection To Begin In Police Killing Of Albuquerque Homeless Man Stina Sieg Sep. 9, 2016
Kennel Owners Recive Extended Sentence In Dog Deaths Stina Sieg Sep. 9, 2016
Purina Gets Tax Break, Agrees To Decrease Flagstaff Plant's Stink Stina Sieg Sep. 8, 2016
UA Considers E-Cigarettes Ban Stina Sieg Sep. 6, 2016
Hurricane Newton Heading To Arizona Stina Sieg Sep. 6, 2016

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