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Dennis Hill

Fixing that roller coaster lawn takes a little work

My old lawn is rough and uneven. Its undulating surface coincides with tree roots, sprinkler lines and poor patch jobs from removed trees. The unevenness creates a tripping hazard within the ...


David Goe

On the Goe: Battle of the Bands could help liven Farmers Market

The Downtown Grand Junction Farmers Market is making another major change to the way it does things. In a positive first step, the Farmers Market is changing its approach to booking this ...


Steve Beauregard

Pay attention, wait staff: Tips for getting a better tip

The waiter comes by and introduces himself. He seems pleasant enough, but I know what he’s thinking. “Don’t worry,” I want to tell him, “We’re the good ...


Tom and Tara Suplizio

Personality traits vary depending on the dog breed

Have you ever taken an online quiz to determine what breed of dog you would be? I did recently, and it started me thinking about the people I know and the breeds of dogs that they own. I was ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, April 12, 2015

Due to technical difficulties ... That cringe-worthy statement is like fingernails on a chalkboard. In this day and age, though, life can be like that. The Internet goes out just as ...


Dennis Hill

Coddling moth could ruin fruit; take action soon

My beautiful Bartlett pear tree is in full bloom, and I don’t want to deal with worms in my fruit. When can I begin spraying for coddling moth? — Myra I am so glad you’re ...


Erin McIntyre

Traps all around me in trash challenge

I’m embarrassed to admit I fell off the zero-waste challenge wagon last week. See, what it really comes down to is planning and convenience. And I made the mistake of getting caught in a ...


Gary McCallister

Tracing history of the tick through Texas Longhorns

I personally hold the record in my family for the number of ticks found on one of us after any given camping trip. This record dates back to when I was child. And, no, I won’t say how ...


Rock Cesario

Triple Played: ‘Musical heroes’ release CDs worth buying

Everyone knows compact discs are not selling as well as they did in the past. Some folks have said the CD is dead. Well, I heard that about vinyl records in 1988, and we can see what has ...


Steve Beauregard

Put down the dress, son, 
and pick up 
this machete

It’s 4:55 p.m. I’ve just arrived home from work to see my 3-year-old son (who happens to be male) dressed in a skirt. And not just a skirt, mind you, but Snow White’s red ...


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