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Sherida Warner

Telluride fiber festival another drop in bucket

Valerie Franzese’s list of things to accomplish in her lifetime requires more than a bucket to contain it. The Telluride resident may need to round up a bucket brigade to carry out all ...

Rick Jussel

Jussel: A new Bud would not have been costly for Rox

The Baltimore Orioles picked up starting pitcher Bud Norris on Wednesday in a trade with the Houston Astros. To get Norris, the O’s gave up young outfielder L.J. Hoes, who is on the cusp ...

Dennis Hill

Spraying can kill Pinyon twig beetle

Help! We have a pinyon pine that was planted 10–12 years ago. The bottom part turned brown a couple of years ago. We thought it might have been the ips beetle and aggressively sprayed for ...

Rock Cesario

Triple Played: Music memories from the ranch play out on my Cabin Songs 2

My sister-in-law Kari and her husband Todd moved to Buena Vista a few years ago after raising two children and retiring from their careers in Denver. After our first visit there I decided to ...

Rick Jussel

Jussel: Time for
 Rox to shift from buyers to sellers

Wait ‘til next year! The infamous battle cry of da Brooklyn Bums has become the mantra of the Colorado Rockies. Now, it’s sadly time to bite the bullet, admit this season is toast ...

Steve Beauregard

Carlos Danger provides endless entertainment

I won’t judge Anthony Weiner. Yes, he’s sinned and acted sleazy, but as it says in the Bible, “Let he who hasn’t digitally transmitted nude photos of himself to ...

Rick Jussel

Center is a central concern for Broncos

A black cloud? Somebody shatter a mirror? A bushel basket full of clover and not one possessing four leaves? What gives with the Denver Broncos? If it weren’t for bad luck, there would ...

Sherida Warner

Quilter channels muse while watching TV

Sonia Sanderson honed her needle skills to the point that she can stitch prize-winning quilts while lounging in front of her television set. “I can finish one block in two to three ...

Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, July 28, 2013

Yeeeee-ha! The Grand Junction Weed Rodeo at the Mesa County Fair this year drew 275 visitors to the booth over the three-day event. As part of the Pulling for Colorado statewide effort to ...

David Goe

On the Goe: Add teaching to music world’s gratifications

I get a lot of pleasure from music. Both playing music and listening to music fills me with so much life I feel infinitely more connected to the human world. Music is life. It is love and ...

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