Jace currently co-anchors the evening broadcasts on KSNT and KTKA.
Jace grew up in Winfield, Kan., where he found his passion for journalism. In the sixth grade, Jace got his first job delivering the local paper six days a week. After he finished his paper route, he would bring home leftover papers and recruit his siblings to read the stories for mock newscasts. They would record the ‘newscasts’ in the basement with an outdated camcorder his parents picked up at an auction.
After graduating from Winfield High School, Jace attended Cowley College in Arkansas City, Kan., where he earned an associate degree in mass communications and later went on to earn a bachelor’s degree in journalism at Kansas State University. During his time at K-State, Jace was named a Snyder Leadership Legacy Fellow and worked at the student-run television and radio stations.
Before joining the team at KSNT in May of 2017, Jace was a working journalist covering Northeast Kansas. He has reported on wide variety of stories including breaking news, education, campaigns and elections, crime and human interest.
Jace is committed to the highest level of journalist integrity, transparency and fair reporting. He most enjoys telling the untold stories of people who are making an impact in their community. He believes that everyone has a story worth telling.
Jace is a member of the Native American Journalists Association and the Kansas Association of Broadcasters.
Outside of the newsroom, Jace enjoys being outdoors, cheering on the Wildcats, reading, spending time with friends and family, and listening to music. Tom Petty, Fleetwood Mac, Drake and George Strait are just a few of the artists Jace listens to on Spotify.
To share your favorite band or artist (or to send a news tip or story idea) connect with Jace on Facebook and Twitter.