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Dennis Hill

Some flowering plants to consider when xeriscaping

We are in the process of xeriscaping our 1-acre property with red shale, gravel, pea gravel and trail mix. The backyard faces west and behind our 130-foot fence is approximately 10 feet of bare ...


Gary McCallister

Something to be thankful for this year: Without laws of physics, we’d all be adrift

As much trouble as I have with gravity, it is still comforting to mostly be able to predict when and where things are going to fall. That’s one of the comforting things about science. ...


Rock Cesario

Triple Played: Some of my favorite releases from 2014

The time has come for my list of favorite music releases for the year. This list won’t shock and awe any of you or impress you with bands you have never heard of. These recordings are ...


Steve Beauregard

Beauregard: Contrary to trend, I’m not all about that bass

OK, Kim Kardashian. You’re pretty. We get it. You can stop showing off your butt now. And besides, you’re a mom. Of a 1-year-old. I hang around these circles now, and don’t ...


Rick Jussel

Jussel: Broncos need to fix offensive issues quickly

Good news: The Denver Broncos are still in first place in the AFC West with their 7-3 record better than Kansas City’s 7-3 because Denver won the first game between the two teams. Bad ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Nov. 16, 2014

T-minus 10 days and counting. “T” meaning Thanksgiving. We’ve started the automatic ground-launch sequencer, retracted the orbiter access arm, started auxiliary power units, ...


Rick Jussel

Jussel: Shuffling is paying off for Broncos

The Denver Broncos are in the state of flux. Running backs are coming and going, straining and spraining. Now it’s C.J. Anderson’s turn in the spotlight, Montee Ball’s time ...


Charlé Thibodeau

Minor scrapes in cat fights can lead to serious issues

Prior to my move to town this past summer, I had lived “in the country” for eight years. For my two old felines, life forever changed with the relocation. Returning to a more ...


Dennis Hill

It’s not when you prune, but how you prune plants

When is the best time to prune golden vicary privet and bridal wreath spirea? The privets are on the south side of the house and have had a rough summer the past couple of years. We have given ...


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Erin McIntyre

With help from PVC, no more pigsty

Chickens are pigs. I’m honestly confused as to which barnyard animal we have been raising around here. The Chicken Five have already trashed their new Poulet Chalet. I mean, ...


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