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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 ...


Gary McCallister

You have to be really fast to catch a disease

Have you ever wondered how fast bacteria can move? No? Well, humans often talk about humans “catching” a disease. Catching a disease seems like a strange thing a human might to ...


Rock Cesario

Who founded rock and roll? It’s a multiple-choice answer

“In the beginning, there weren’t nothin’ but rocks Then somebody invented the wheel And things just began to roll! - The Coasters from “That is Rock and ...


Steve Beauregard

S’more thoughts on camping

For escaping the Grand Valley’s summer heat, there’s nothing like going to the mountains, spending time outdoors on a star-filled Colorado nighttime sky, and experiencing that ...


Dave Buchanan

Canyons group, winery join to get kids out of the house

Yo, bro: Pass the Desert Rat Red. A unique partnership between Colorado Canyons Association and Carlson Vineyards, forged through a spirited commitment of giving back to the community as well ...


Charlé Thibodeau

As summer rages, let pets stay cool at home

Approaching the entrance to the post office the other day, I stopped to hold the door open for a woman cradling a dachshund in her arms. It was blistering hot that afternoon. I was immediately ...


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Erin McIntyre

Make your own herbal infusions at home

There’s something about gardening and tea that goes together. Maybe it’s the idea of enjoying a cuppa in an English garden, surrounded by blooms in a refined, elegant ...


Gary McCallister

Answer to question may depend on outcome you want

INSTANT ANSWERS How long does it take to find answers to questions like, “How long does it take to find answers to questions?” Well, it’s hard to say because it depends on ...


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