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Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, March 5, 2017

This time next weekend, we’ll be basking in the sunshine that lingers later in the day, thanks to the annual ritual of springing the clocks forward. I realize we lose an hour of beauty ...


Dennis Hill

Time to plant cool-season vegetables

We’re new to the valley. When do we plant our vegetable garden around here? — Scott The answer is “it depends!” I divide vegetables into two groups: cool-season plants ...


Gary McCallister

Some patterns easier 
to discern than others

If I must have male-pattern baldness, I would like it to be in zig-zags. Then I would at least look dangerous. I thought about wearing camouflage to look dangerous, but I couldn’t find ...


David Goe

Listen up: 4 podcasts music lovers should check out soon

What’s between your ears? When you throw on a pair of headphones, what are you listening to? Odds are, it might be a podcast, one of the fastest growing information media in ...


Steve Beauregard

Siri-ous problems with tech

After a trip to Sam’s Club, we now have voice recognition technology from both Amazon and Apple in our home. These devices are designed to make life easier, but I can’t shake the ...


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Dixie Burmeister

Think outside the pepper when it comes to fillings

February and March’s great sales on bell peppers of all colors have me hungering for Mom’s family-famous stuffed green bell peppers. She always serves them on a bed of chopped ...


Charlé Thibodeau

With some patience, you can teach an old dog new tricks

For those of you who rescue a pet from a shelter, I commend you. Acquiring an animal who has been reared by others, only to be abandoned when they are no longer wanted, takes a strong ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Feb. 26, 2017

Little Timmy B. and I went to the seventh-grade spring dance together. (Timmy was a couple inches shorter than me, thus the “Little” reference). His mom took pictures of us in ...


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Erin McIntyre

Watering in winter

The last thing you are probably thinking about is dragging out a hose and watering your yard. It’s still winter, even though the crocuses are starting to peek out of the soil, and there ...


Gary McCallister

Next West Slope growth industry could be right under your foot

People are always asking me what the most-abundant, naturally occurring polymer in nature is. I’ve always said that it was cellulose, the material that makes up the cell walls of plants. ...


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