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Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Nov. 10, 2013

Veterans Day — first known as Armistice Day — was originally enacted to commemorate of the end of “The Great War” or World War I. The history of Veterans Day, detailed ...


Tom and Tara Suplizio

Here’s the ‘tooth’ about good pet oral hygiene

“Eighty-five percent of pets have periodontal disease by the age of 3.” That is a staggering statistic, and yet, dental disease is often the most overlooked and ignored aspect of ...


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Sherida Warner

Move over hip-hop fans ... shop-hop singer big hit

“The end of Day One, we had three huge bags Day Two, we filled the van We shipped some home Days Three and Four; And then it just got way out of hand.   “I spent 2,000 ...


Erin McIntyre

Power Rangers, a pup and Halloween chicken tales

Now we finally know the answer to the ancient question (and annoying joke), “Why did the chicken cross the road?” Let me start by telling you it was no ordinary night. It was ...


Dennis Hill

Wait until next spring to prune rosebush

I live near Montrose, and I am wondering when I should prune my roses. Many of the bushes in my rose garden are several years old and some of them are Floribunda roses. Should I just prune the ...


Gary McCallister

Glowing praise for those who would have celebrated a birthday

Well, you probably missed it. John Bardeen died in 1991, but I couldn’t find the event listed on any of the calendars on the Internet. I suppose that is because he was born clear back in ...


Rock Cesario

Triple Played: Bob Seger’s opinion of disco makes sense

”Just take those old records off the shelf/ I’ll sit and listen to ‘em by myself/ Today’s music ain’t got the same soul/ I like that old time rock and ...


Rick Jussel

It’s hard to watch my beloved Nuggets

My first love was the Denver Rockets. I had season tickets, one of a select few, and I knew them intimately long before I met my wife. Spencer Haywood, the Rocket star, lived on Monaco Street ...


Steve Beauregard

Wondering what another small, cute primate might be worth on open market

I miss the simpler, safer, more innocent western Colorado of my youth, when one could walk the streets without worrying about getting mugged, or attacked, or having a $7,500 monkey ...


Rick Jussel

Changes in Denver jolt to fans

The National Football League landscape is like my front yard: green a couple of days ago, yellow today, surely white in the not-too-distant future. Injuries, illnesses and upsets have left ...


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