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Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, June 5, 2011

Got news? Of course you do — right here. What you’re holding is the best source of in-depth news in the Grand Valley — and it has been since 1893. In its tangible pages ...


Tess Furey

It’s picnic season: What’s in your basket?

The nights are getting longer and the weather is getting warmer. We don’t have fireflies here, but gnats and mosquitoes are staring to appear. Add some ants, and it sounds like perfect ...


Rock Cesario

Cars back in the fast lane with first release in decades

In May 1978, shortly after the spring semester was over, I was invited to Denver by a classmate and dear friend. She wanted some company to spend time with her and her family. At that time, I ...


Dixie Burmeister

CattleWomen share what a cheap cut of beef can do

They are proud of their product, and they want to show us how to prepare delicious and nutritional dishes with it. Who are they? The American National CattleWomen! First known as the Cowbelles ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Squash bugs

Each year I plant summer squash and the bugs get at least one or two plants in spite of my spraying and dusting. Please give me some ideas how to control them better. — Dick What ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

We have a responsibility to thank people like Tom Doody

By Joe Dillsaver “I’m going home.” —  McMurphy in the last episode of ”China Beach.” Every soldier gauges his time by when he will be going home. ...


Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, May 29, 2011

The tragic weather happening this spring in the Midwest is a frightening reminder that life can change in a split second. In the early 1950s, my maternal grandparents left Oklahoma with their ...


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Sherida Warner

Tracking trends on foot truly a sole search

Fashion stops at the knees, said the enrollment form for the recent 2011 International Quilt Market in Salt Lake City. “Be sure to bring a couple of pairs of comfortable, supportive ...


Gary McCallister

Assessing the ill effects of finals on willing subjects, teachers alike

Due to stress and lack of sleep, students often become ill during finals week. In an effort to find a solution to this ongoing problem, I recently conducted a study during final-exam week at ...


Rock Cesario

Carole King’s ‘Tapestry’ broke new ground, remains a favorite

I judge my favorite records by the amount of time I have spent listening to them. The record I have listened to the most in my life is Carole King’s all-time classic and four time Grammy ...


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