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Charlé Thibodeau

A happy ending (luckily) for Tony

A friend of mine recently relayed a frightening experience that traumatized both her and her son’s dog, and I feel it is a story worth sharing. My friend took care of her son’s ...

Dave Buchanan

Colorado wines and the concept of ‘terroir’

The question of what role terroir plays in winemaking, and if there really is something Colorado winemakers can claim as a distinctive terroir, can’t be answered easily. Supporters of ...

Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Aug. 16, 2015

My email inbox was bursting at the seams this week with the numerous submissions from nonprofits, clubs and organizations eager to meet the Aug. 17 deadline to be included in the Sept. 13 ...

Erin McIntyre

Couple creates garden to attract, help hummingbirds

Hummingbirds keep a mental map of 5,500 locations of food along their migration route, researchers say. It’s clear that many of them have marked Steve and Debbie Bouricius’ place ...

Gary McCallister

Hearing, seeing all about location

“They seeing see not; and hearing they hear not.” Anyone who has had children understands this Biblical saying perfectly. My wife tells me that I am extremely spiritual in this way. ...

Rock Cesario

Triple Played: Some changes of note going on this year at KMSA 91.3

“Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their mind cannot change anything.” — George Bernard Shaw KMSA 91.3 Radio on the campus of Colorado Mesa ...

Steve Beauregard

We are gathered 
here today ... 
to get paid has come out with the new exciting wedding trends. The implication is that you, as a soon-to-bemarried couple, have to follow these trends to make your wedding memorable, when in ...

Erin McIntyre

Inspectors honor 150-year-old job of protecting livestock industry

Inside the sale barn, folks mill around, choosing their seats around the pen where the cows will trot in later, on display for potential buyers. Wearing coveralls or blue jeans, cowboy hats or ...

Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Aug. 9, 2015

Years ago when our peach tree was laden with ripe fruit, I would enjoy two full weeks of canning, freezing and making pies from the abundance. I’d load a laundry basket with peaches ...

Erin McIntyre

Prepping for Round 2 of garden season

I just picked and ate my first ripe tomato of the season this week. It seems weird to be eating the first of the tomato crop so late in the season, and thinking about planting lettuce ...

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