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Gary McCallister

Computers, and running in circles

People often tell other people where to go. People sometimes give their computers similar instructions. However, people and computers are very different.  First, the computer wants to ...


David Goe

On the Goe: Pros and cons of different streaming services

This past week Queen B Beyonce released her sixth studio album, “Lemonade” to the public ... sort of. Currently, the album is only streaming on Tidal, Jay-Z’s ...


Steve Beauregard

Embarrassed? Not in my Batman underwear

One morning while she was getting ready for school, my 7-year-old daughter began crying loudly. We’re talking heart-breaking sobs that could only originate from painful, soul-crushing ...


Charlé Thibodeau

Individuals save the lives of horses, one case at a time

I have a cousin in Montrose who recently messaged me on Facebook after hearing that I had to put my mare down. Along with sending her condolences, she informed me of two young mares with foal ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, April 24, 2016

How many of you have ever received a Flat Stanley in the mail? “A flat what?” you ask. It’s not a what — it’s a who. Stanley Lambchop is a child character from ...


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Erin McIntyre

Lilacs bring back childhood thoughts

I keep a space in my yard for sentimental plants. There is Grandma’s rhubarb, hollyhocks and cosmos that re-seed themselves every year and remind me of family members’ gardens that ...


Rock Cesario

Triple Played: ‘Santana IV’ will be one of top records of summer

My choice for record of the summer is Santana’s new recording “Santana IV.” It was appropriately released last Friday, April 15, just in time for some tax relief. Santana has ...


Steve Beauregard

Sticking to low-carb diet has me crusty

Imagine a piece of bread. It’s a female piece of bread, and she’s dressed very provocatively. We’re talking short skirt, excessive makeup and a low-cut top revealing a little ...


Charlé Thibodeau

Pondering ability, or inability, of a cat’s purr

Sitting at the computer one evening, my old Tom cat was situated on one side of the desk watching my fingers glide across the keyboard. Pausing for a moment, I reached out to stroke his ...


Dave Buchanan

Canyon Wind Cellars closing

Throughout its short history, the Colorado wine industry has maintained one sure trait: It never sits still. That constant flex and growth makes an observer expect regular changes, but the ...


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