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Sherida Warner

Old fabric never dies … it doesn’t even fade away

Mixed media fiber artist Jamie Fingal of Orange, Calif., quickly measured up to the challenge when she decided to enter a quilt contest titled “New from Old.” Known for her playful ...


Gary McCallister

Even in dead of winter, there is the promise of life renewed

There are many human experiences that are enhanced by scientific knowledge, and I try to celebrate them in this column. But knowing that the Earth’s axial tilt is 23.26 degrees does not ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Pampas, willow clippings

I would like to know how to care for my hardy pampas and dwarf pampas grass for the winter. Also, can the “feathers” be used for decoration in the home? — Jean Taking ...


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Kathy Jordan

Sub for Santa buoyed Depression-era families

The headline read “Sub for Santa – Adopt a Christmas Thrill” and was followed by a picture of a young girl about 7 years old. She was wearing a ragged dress and scuffed shoes ...


Steve Beauregard

A Christmas pageant star is born

I miss the Grand Junction theater scene. The fact I actually enjoyed local plays was sort of surprising at first. For most guys, going to the theater is one of those things in life that you ...


Dave Buchanan

All they want for Christmas is a good bottle, or two, of wine

What do you get for the wine lover on your Christmas list? If you’ve procrastinated until now to make that decision, you face limited options even with the blessing of overnight ...


Gary McCallister

Rudolph’s nose may be bright, but it won’t be frostbit

Have you ever worried about reindeer getting frostbite? I used to think about this a lot, which tells you something about my personal life. It is confusing because when I watch National ...


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Annie Payne

Gifts for divas and diggers

One of my greatest pleasures is to recommend something that I love, and have the “recommendee” love it, too. Allow me to recommend this gift guide for the “Homie” (Home ...


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Sherida Warner

Quilters shine in Lone Star festival

Records fell like autumn leaves at the 2010 fall judged show at the International Quilt Festival in Houston. First of all, master quilter Sharon Schamber of Payson, Ariz., became the first ...


Dennis Hill

Homegrown: Planting evergreens

I would like to buy an evergreen tree for Christmas that I can plant later.  I’ve heard different things about different trees, such as they may not survive until spring (to plant ...


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