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Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Jan. 9, 2011

A new year is like a brand new box of crayons and a bright white sheet of paper spread out before me — a new beginning — a fresh palette, to color as I please. But with the cold, ...


Gary McCallister

Frozen flies? Mosquito popsicles? It really happens

I guess I’ll have to buy flies now. I have a student who wants to do research on pesticide resistance. All the pests are frozen this time of year, so we’ll have to raise our own ...


Rock Cesario

Odds and ends: New releases, concerts and construction

Here are a few odds and ends for the new year. The two top selling CDs at Triple Play Records this past holiday season were Darden Smith’s outstanding “Marathon” and local ...


Tess Furey

Super size me

If you never indulge, never pig out, never allow yourself excess, stop reading now. This column is about gut-busters. It is nearly a week into the new year, plenty of time to have kept a new ...


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Kathy Jordan

Cheney Reservoir, planned since 1887, a bird-watching oasis

Cheney Reservoir, less than 20 miles southwest of Grand Junction on U.S. Highway 50, is an oasis in the middle of the desert. Today Cheney is a great place for bird-watchers to view a wide ...


Dixie Burmeister

Start the year eating meat, soup and tea

Even when trying to eat sensibly during November and December, “little bites” of those holiday special foods can amount to a little overdose of sweetness and the richness of those ...


Steve Beauregard

Weigh to go! Your guide to New Year diet plans

Weight loss. It’s been one of humanity’s major concerns forever, going all the way back to that day in the Garden of Eden when Eve approached Adam and asked, “Does this fig ...


Dave Buchanan

Grapes need to be cold hardy to turn out fruitful

That sound on the roof? It’s not reindeer, it’s the other shoe dropping. The lingering late-fall weather might be great for travelers, golfers and shoppers, but it is just another ...


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Kathy Jordan

Woman left legacy for birders, wildflower enthusiasts

Lucy Ferril Ela stood only 5 feet tall, but she was a giant among the birders of the world. A section of the Colorado Riverfront Trail system honors her efforts in organizing the Audubon ...


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Sherida Warner

Galaxy of stars on horizon at Gateway retreat

The roster for this year’s Alegre Retreat, an art quilter’s experience at Gateway Canyons Resort in southern Mesa County, reads like a veritable Who’s Who of contemporary ...


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