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Erin McIntyre

Under clutter

Deniece Schofield wasn’t born organized. She had to work at it for decades and she’s still working on it. Before professional organizing was an industry, before magazines had ...


Dennis Hill

Right now is great time to separate overgrown lilies

When is a good time to divide lilies? How far apart do I want them? I think mine were planted too close together as they have gotten crowded quickly! — Phyllis The answer to your ...


Gary McCallister

Unraveling the mystery of tangled hair

Irecently learned of a complicated and pressing     issue that science may be beginning to unravel. Which type of hair tangles more easily — straight or curly? I was actually ...


Steve Beauregard

How to lose spouses and not influence people

Marie and I got into a heated argument the other night. Over what, I can’t remember, other than it was obviously something she was wrong about. It got me thinking about disagreements and ...


Dave Buchanan

WINE OPENERS ‘Wine: A Tasting Course’ by Marnie Old worth a read by any wine fan

As do most people with a computer that’s turned on more than a few hours a day, I collect a lot of emails from people I don’t know. There are bankers from Nigeria seeking my ...


Rick Jussel

Jussel: 2015 Broncos should resemble 2012 Texans — and that’s good

‘Twas happy hour, and the discussion turned to the Denver Broncos, more specifically the team and the new head coach, Gary Kubiak. “So, what will these new Broncos look like under ...


Tom and Tara Suplizio

Make sure it’s safe before introducing new cat

Cat lovers are a special breed and it is not unusual for a cat owner to have multiple, and by that I mean “a whole lot” of cats in their home. The fact that many cats are adopted ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, March 8, 2015

Among my March ponderings and corny questions is the query, “why is it called corned-beef? There’s no corn in it. A trip to Wikipedia.com revealed that “corned beef is a ...


Gary McCallister

The unintended consequences of scientific discoveries

Scientists mean well. We really do. I don’t personally know any mad scientists who are trying to harm anyone. I suppose they are out there. Most of the ones I know are a kindly bunch who ...


Dennis Hill

Early bloomers should be fine, but watch freeze

My daffodils are up, and I’m worried about snow. Will this hurt my flowers? What should I do for them? — Donna The early spring bloomers such as your daffodils are surprisingly ...


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