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Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Aug. 20, 2017

My focus is over-“shadowed” today by the fun word-play used in creating (really bad) headlines for Monday’s impending total eclipse. Hear are a few I hope you don’t ...


Rick Jussel

Jussel: Siemian will beat out Lynch to be Broncos’ QB

The Silly Season continues tonight for the Denver Broncos. Three more games before the passes, punts, penalties and pickoffs are for real. For Vance Joseph and his staff, not much more can be ...


Gary McCallister

Unraveling the great mystery that is the sun

Apparently, the sun has been burning for about 5 billion years, give or take a little. Can you believe no one wrote down the date? I am sure it has been burning since 1945, based upon my ...


Rock Cesario

The Class of ‘75 and the best music

Many of my high school classmates from the class of 1975, including me, are turning 60 this year. The only clever cliché that comes to mind about it is “We really did have the best ...


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Dave Buchanan

Is wine going flat?

A Gallup poll released in July said beer continues to be the leading beverage among Americans who drink (40 percent preferred beer) followed by wine (30 percent) and spirits (26 percent). That ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Aug. 13, 2017

This is the seventh and final installment of “Diary of a Graceful Gray.” Thanks to all who have stayed with me as I shared the ups and downs of growing out my natural color. A few ...


Erin McIntyre

Prevent powdery mildew from getting worse

Powdery mildew is one of those problems that is immediately obvious, once you know what to look for. Here’s the bad news: Most local gardeners know it so well because everyone deals with ...


Dennis Hill

Tomato plants require a bit of patience before they bear fruit

Since my yard is small, I don’t have room for a big garden but I still found a spot to plant one tomato. I planted it a little late — toward the end of May, but it’s a very ...


Gary McCallister

A minuscule chance to experience a momentous occasion

I have spent most of my scientific life dealing with minuscule issues. Nothing about astronomy and space is minuscule. For example, an “astronomical unit” is the average distance ...


Rick Jussel

Jussel:  has a purpose for several Broncos

Finally, football. If not real, at least live and in color. The Denver Broncos are in Chicago going against the Bears Thursday with kickoff set for 6 p.m. Scores won’t count. Efforts ...


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