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Tess Furey

Grazing on the green stuff

Green chili is hard to judge because there are so many different variations: Mexican style, New Mexican style, with tomatoes, no tomatoes, tongue-scalding, mild, soupy or thick. Everybody has ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Organic gardening, Part 3

I’m thinking I’d like to start an organic vegetable garden in my backyard. What do I need to do? — Scott In the past two weeks I’ve covered general information about ...


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Sherida Warner

Delectable designs cook up quickly with precut fabrics

Ever wonder how many ways you can slice a layer cake? Quilter Mary Covey of Jenks, Okla., will tell you that a layer cake can be cut in four squares, four triangles, nine squares, five strips ...


Gary McCallister

The mosquitoes must dye, even if by photodynamic means

My wife thinks that mosquitoes have a contract out on me for killing their babies. For many years I worked in mosquito control, and we mostly eliminated the larval, or baby, stages. I suppose ...


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Kathy Jordan

Food, drink among things once available in Cisco

First in a two-part series on the history of Cisco, Utah. # # # Today if you happen to drive through the tiny hamlet of Cisco, Utah, on U.S. Highway 6&50, you might be intrigued to know ...


Dixie Burmeister

Gluten-free millet gaining ground in U.S.

Mention millet and most will say it’s in bird feed and other animal feed. I imagine few of you have it on your grocery list. But it may appear there in the near future. Although it has ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Organic gardening, Part 2

I’m thinking I’d like to start an organic vegetable garden in my backyard. What do I need to do? — Scott In last week’s column I wrote about the soil needed for ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, March 13, 2011

I am considering writing my representatives in Congress to see if there is something we can do about having Murphy’s Law repealed. It never fails, the harder you try to get your work ...


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Sherida Warner

Invention of sewing machine a quilter’s dream

I’m thankful I was born in the 20th century, well after sewing machines went into mass production. They’ve come a long way from hand cranks and treadles to electronic and ...


Gary McCallister

Scientific exploration reveals the hole truth

Much of science involves counting things. So why is it that accountants are called ac-count-ants and scientists are not? I think if I had it to do it over again, I might be an accountant ...


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