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Gary McCallister

Environment affects humans? Yes. How? That’s trickier

My wife has tried to create a beautiful home for our family. Even when she worked full-time as a teacher, she took pains to make sure that our home was clean, well cared-for and beautiful. So ...


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Rick Jussel

Jussel: Big deals like Miller’s come from our wallets

Sittin’ on a bar stool, actin’ like a darned fool … and the conversation started again. I’m talking about the only conversation that has mattered over the steamy days ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, July 17, 2016

I’m going to rinse and repeat some information from last week’s Your Town, regarding submissions for the club and organization listings in The Daily Sentinel’s newest glossy ...


Gary McCallister

Seek comfort in imagination when logic is inconsistent

One of the fundamental claims of science is that it is logical. Logic is a way of reasoning conducted according to strict principles of validity. Probably one of the reasons I am just a ...


Rock Cesario

Three Dog Night provided great cover for other musicians

Most bands start out as cover bands, as do many solo acts. The Beatles and the Rolling Stones started as cover bands, and the rest is history. Elvis Presley was not a songwriter. He ...


Steve Beauregard

This race — and the free bacon — is really sizzling

Greetings from Daytona International Speedway. I said: “GREETINGS FROM DAYTONA INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY!” Sorry for shouting, it’s just loud here at NASCAR’s Coke Zero ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, July 10, 2016

I’ve been out of the office off and on during the past few weeks enjoying a little R&R. I took some time off for my birthday in June, then did touristy stuff near the end of the ...


Gary McCallister

For humans and bacteria alike, it’s the stop — not the speed — that kills

People were absolutely fascinated with last week’s column on the speed of bacteria. Mostly because it was wrong. In my final calculations, I made a big mistake. Bacteria that move 50 ...


David Goe

Musician deaths remind us to enjoy those we have left

Every time a musician who has impacted our life passes away we react basically the same way. First there is shock and disbelief. Shortly after come the acceptance and sadness stages, followed ...


Rick Jussel

Jussel: Rockies’ future finally starting to look bright

It’s time to toot the Colorado Rockies’ horn. OK, maybe we’re rushing things. But I can now wear a Rockies T-shirt in my favorite Nevada casino and not get laughed off the ...


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