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Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, Feb. 13, 2011

I had originally planned to devote today’s Your Town to honoring Valentine’s Day, but as you can see, it’s business as usual. There will be no mention here of Cupid and his ...


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Sherida Warner

Play on words spells fun at Moab show

If you are “three sheeps to the wind,” you’re not inebriated. You’re a quilter who has turned a word play challenge into a comical art piece. That’s what Sandra ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Sprinkler systems

I had a sprinkler system installed and my lawn seeded, but in some places the grass is great and in other places it is in clumps, which makes for a very sorry-looking yard. What is the best ...


Gary McCallister

Geeks need love, too, or why scientists make good valentines

Have you heard about the two red-blood cells that loved in vein? Well, OK, but don’t let me catch you repeating it then. The truth is I don’t understand anything about the science ...


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Ivy Parnasius

OutFit: Valentine’s Day wear

The most romantic day of the year is right around the corner, and the big question is: what to wear? Valentine’s Day is a time to shed the normal attire and make your outfit something ...


Rock Cesario

Fats Domino gets no respect. Ain’t that a shame?

Fats Domino is, in my opinion, one of the most underrated and unappreciated figures in the history of rock ‘n’ roll. If you are part of the “Happy Days” generation, you ...


Tess Furey

Augusta’s Tea Room makes for delightful afternoon experience

For adults, it’s a place of civility, charm and conversation. Ladies wear hats and are addressed as madam or miss. For children, it’s a place of sweets, fantasy and, just maybe, ...


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Kathy Jordan

Charlie Glass was a dandy cowpuncher

First in a three-part series about legendary Fruita cowboy Charlie Glass. Charlie Glass, the cowboy in the white Stetson, became a legend in his own time in ranching circles in western ...


Dave Buchanan

Grape harvest looks OK after January freeze

If a grape grower should mention he’s been out cutting buds, you might be assured it has nothing to do with a shift to the medical marijuana business. He or she merely has been out among ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Pinyon pine, aspen tree saplings

Our pinyon pine has a black pine needle scale for which I spray acephate annually. It was free of the pest all year until now. My question is: What should I do now? Is the scale still active ...


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