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Dennis Hill

Establishing a healthy, dense lawn

I have several bare spots in our established lawn; some are without any growth and others have been taken over by some sort of branching, short weed with many seeds. As far as I can determine, ...


Gary McCallister

Technology conflates issues of loneliness and being alone

I no longer have a mobile device. Apparently this is shocking, dangerous, and anti-social behavior. Some people are appalled, although most of them kindly ignore it like they would a birth ...


David Goe

On the Goe: Let’s add some culture, let’s not be Junk Town

On the corner of Third and Main streets, among the Art on the Corner exhibit, are a series of flowing sculptures honoring Operation Foresight, a bold 1960s initiative led by city officials and ...


Steve Beauregard

Fodder from the Blotter

Sometimes I’ll go through the day thinking that I live in a normal town, surrounded by typical, reasonably well-adjusted human beings. These are the days when I didn’t read the ...


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 ...


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Erin McIntyre

Horticultural crimes

I can’t resist this reflex I have. It’s a plant-rescuing reaction I’m sure all master gardeners acquire, to some extent, during training, though there’s no specific ...


Gary McCallister

Just because a scientist said it doesn’t make it true

Scientists say the darndest things. A lot of what they say just isn’t true. It’s almost like they are politicians or something. Here’s an example of a recent quote from a ...


Steve Beauregard

A survivor’s story from my day with first-graders

I don’t know why every first-grade teacher doesn’t have a serious drinking problem. I only spent one day at my daughter’s first-grade class, yet it took a good five years off ...


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Dixie Burmeister

Don’t feel the pressure

I have finally conquered my fear of using a pressure cooker. Albeit, the one I’ve got is a new multi-purpose, electric, plug-in type and not the stove-top version from my childhood ...


Rick Jussel

All is well after draft for Denver

Smoke has cleared. The draft has passed. The defending champions of the American football universe are, for the most part, assembled. The biggest question about this new edition of the ...


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