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Dave Buchanan

2016 grape harvest may surpass 2015’s bumper crop

While this spring, with its abundant moisture and cool temperatures, has presented several challenges to grape growers, it also has set off speculation this year’s yield might top ...


Charlé Thibodeau

Unbalanced diet can be factor in pets’ pancreatitis

I received an email a couple of weeks ago from a gentlemen whose little feline friend had recently experienced a severe bout of pancreatitis. He described the events leading up to the acute ...


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Erin McIntyre

These crops offer a good way to space out garden harvest

Patience is not one of my virtues as a gardener. If I’m going to invest a lot of time and work in planting something, I’d better be able to pick something in a few weeks. And that ...


Gary McCallister

Mass x distance / time = professional windbag

I’ve tried to explain to my wife that it isn’t as easy being a professional windbag as it looks. I spent years in preparation: undergraduate degree, graduate school and scientific ...


Rock Cesario

Triple Played: Treasure artists like Guy Clark before they’re gone

In a previous column when I wrote about the passing of David Bowie and Glenn Frey, I mentioned that this could be a particularly tough year for those of us whose musical heroes came from the ...


Steve Beauregard

Vengeance is all mine, unfortunately

I assumed coaching a soccer team of 4-year-old boys would be much easier than when I had coached 4-year-old girls. I thought that because I’m stupid. The team consisted of my 4-year-old ...


Dave Buchanan

Late frost hits famous wine areas

Spring brings constant change to Colorado wine country. We’ve already seen temperatures ranging from the 30s to the 80s, high winds and daily weather ranging from scorching sun to rainy ...


Charlé Thibodeau

Palisade, a place where dogs are welcome like you

After living on rural country acres for nearly a decade, I moved to a small house in Palisade a couple of years ago. While it took me a while to adjust to the different environment, it has been ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, May 15, 2016

Congratulations to all 2016 graduates who, through hard work and perseverance, have pedaled to the top of the hill. If a bike spoke, its words of wisdom and inspiration would say: A ...


Erin McIntyre

Your yard of month must now be ‘smart’

The city of Grand Junction’s forestry board is re-vamping the way it honors beautiful yards this year, and they are being smart about the requirements, which encourage more than just a ...


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