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Erin McIntyre

Post-Christmas rule: One-in, one-out policy

After you’ve cleared the flurry of wrapping paper, Christmas is over and all the new toys and stuff need a place to be. Usually at our house, this meant that the new things either stayed ...


Dennis Hill

Browning of Alberta Spruce can be caused by a few things

I planted an Alberta Spruce (almost 3 feet tall) into a ceramic pot measuring approximately 2 1/2 feet high and twice the diameter of the plant’s root ball. It is planted in good soil and ...


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Sherida Warner

Pet postcard project delivers for animals in need

We quilters love pet projects. To prove this point, a highly successful one is afoot in Houston, home of the annual International Quilt Festival, billed as the world’s largest quilt show ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Dec. 30, 2012

Top 10 lists are quite popular this time of year, recognizing significant events or things that made an impact on our lives during the past 12 months. There are top 10 lists for just about ...


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Dave Buchanan

Insiders have high hopes for 2012 grapes

Colorado’s wine grape crop came through the hot, dry summer in better condition than expected. While there aren’t yet any numbers on the total production, comments from producers ...


Steve Beauregard

2012 Year In Review

2012 was a year when Coloradans stormed to the ballot box and said, “We want drugs.” They did so because Coloradans had just spent the last seven months listening to negative ...


Rick Jussel

Sing it with me: ‘A two seed and a bye week’

With apologies to Burl Ives and Perry Como, whose recordings helped popularize another version, and some obscure Englishman, who came up with something similar centuries ago: On the first ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Dec. 23, 2012

I ‘m guilty of bad timing, most of the time. I’ll call customer service, five minutes after it’s closed, I approach the traffic light, just as it turns red, or I switch ...


Rick Jussel

Jussel: Up-and-coming Browns’ youth can’t hang with No. 1 Broncos

Chinese philosopher Lao Tzu saw this coming in the sixth century B.C. “Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don’t resist them,” he penned. He was surely ...


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Sherida Warner

Tapestries weave spiritual message into church life

The Rev. Nature Johnston was so moved by her church’s new tapestry, with its image of Mary, the mother of Jesus, kissing her babe’s cheek, she says “I almost felt the kiss ...


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